Kaidan 0.5 Released As The KDE-Focused Jabber/XMPP Chat Client
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 6 April 2020 at 12:09 AM EDT. 21 Comments
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Kaidan is the open-source project that last year joined KDE as a Jabber/XMPP chat client. After a half year of work, Kaidan 0.5 has finally been released.

The Kaidan Jabber/XMPP client remains written in C++ and complying with Kirigami specifications and employing Qt Quick for constructing the user-interface. Kaidan 0.5 comes after being in development for more than six months and includes usability improvements, better security, support for recording and sending audio/video, QR code scanning/generating, contact search abilities, and a whole lot of other features.


Find out more about this KDE chat client via the project site at Kaidan.im.
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