Ircle
Ircle
3.1.2

5.0

Ircle free download for Mac

Ircle3.1.2

15 February 2005

IRC Chat client.

Overview

Note: Ircle is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for sale.

Ircle is a Mac program that lets you use IRC (Internet Relay Chat). IRC enables you to talk, in real time, to other Internet users around the world. IRC is organized in channels on a specific topic. You can also talk privately with someone. On average there are about 20,000 users and 5,000 channels on IRC worldwide.

What's new in Ircle

Version 3.1.2:
  • bug fixes related to sending audio and video. You should now be able to use an iSight camera for instance, and just about any compression method to send video streams to other ircle users. Both sides need to have ircle 3.1.2 or newer.
  • ircle now sends the correct Notice command when using /onotice on servers that do not support the wallchops command, but that do support notice @#channel.
  • error -1407 after receiving or sending faces fixed.

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How would you rate Ircle app?

4 Reviews of Ircle

2.5
Anonymous
15 February 2001
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Hmmm. This is supposed to be a Macintosh program ? Lots of annoying floating windows that zip in and out, cryptic commands and weird setup. If you persevere you might be able to get it to work.. I have used Snak (http://www.snak.com) so far and I am not going to change...
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zhenyafesuk
16 June 2020
Version: 3.1.2
seems nobody needs an outdated app anymore, why it's here?
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5
Anonymous
05 September 2002
Version: 3.1b15
Great program. Sure wish Onno would hurry up and release the 3.1 final though as this version has been in beta for two years now.
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5
Anonymous
26 December 2001
Version: 3.1b13
This software is great! I was the third person to register ircle back in 1995. All other irc products on the Mac are inferior.
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2.5
Anonymous
15 February 2001
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Hmmm. This is supposed to be a Macintosh program ? Lots of annoying floating windows that zip in and out, cryptic commands and weird setup. If you persevere you might be able to get it to work.. I have used Snak (http://www.snak.com) so far and I am not going to change...
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