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Link do kanału https://discord.gg/wbJcfJa

 

 

Polecam ściągnąć na windowsa aplikacje lepiej chodzi - https://discordapp.com/

 

 

 

Są też opcje na Androida oraz iOS

 

Główne zalety Discorda

-Darmowy

-Anty Ddos

-Kazdy ma prywatne IP, nawet admini nie widzą

-fajny chat

 

 

 

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Discord is a free proprietary VoIP application designed for gaming communities. Discord runs on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Android, iOS, Linux and in a web browser. As of July 2016, the software had been used by over 11 million users.

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History

Developer Hammer & Chisel moved from supporting their mobile MOBA game Fates Forever to creating Discord in 2015, releasing in May.[1][2] Gaining initial support and funding through YouWeb's 9+ incubator,[3] the company then raised funding through Benchmark capital and Tencent.[4] The developers aimed to create a program with low latency communication that incorporated what they considered as the best aspects of other VoIP software such as Skype and Teamspeak.[3]

The service was popularized by eSports and LAN tournament gamers, including popular users on the Twitch.tv streaming service and game communities like that of Star Citizen. The company, which shares the same name as the service, was founded by OpenFeint founder Jason Citron, who intends to keep the company independent.[5]

The company raised an additional $20 million USD in funding for the software in January 2016.[6]

Software

The Discord application is designed for use while gaming, including features such as low latency and dedicated server infrastructure, preventing the sharing of IP addresses.[3] As well as voice chat via server rooms, the development team plan to add video calling, and screen sharing.[2] Direct calling was added in an update on July 28, 2016 with support for calls between two users as well as group calls.[7]

While the software itself comes at no cost, the developers are investigating ways to monetize it, with possible options including paid customization options such as emoji or stickers.[3]

Reception

By January 2016 Hammer & Chisel claimed that Discord had been used by 3 million people, with growth of 1 million per month, reaching 11 million users in July that year.[6][8] In May that year, one year after the software's release, Tom Marks - writing for PC Gamer - described Discord as the best VoIP service available.[2]