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Client side software

Beagle IM

Beagle IM by Tigase, Inc.

Beagle IM is a lightweight, powerful XMPP client for macOS developed by Tigase, Inc.
Beagle IM provides an easy way to start using the XMPP Protocol (formerly known as Jabber) if you've never used it before.
Veterans of the protocol will find many features here they are familiar with along with various enhancements.
Supported Features

TIGASE MESSENGER FOR IOS

Tigase iOS Messenger Tigase Messenger for iOS is a lightweight, powerful XMPP client developed by Tigase, Inc.
Tigase Messenger for iOS provides an easy way to start using the XMPP Protocol (formerly known as Jabber) if you've never used it before.
Veterans of the protocol will find many features here they are familiar with along with various enhancements to reduce data use and extend battery life.

Supported Features

Tigase Messenger for Android

Tigase Messenger for Android mobile phones is a lightweight easy-to-use XMPP client produced in house for use with any XMPP network. Sign in or sign up and communicate with users from services like jabber.org, sure.im, or even your own XMPP server!

Tigase Messenger features a new simplified look and better integrates with the Android operating environment. These enhancements result in features such as better account management using Anrdoid’s native settings menu and a lightweight footprint.

Tigase Monitor

Tigase Monitor is a stand-alone desktop application which connects to all Tigase servers that you have and provides you an overview of the system's state. It displays meaningful charts for the most important system metrics such as CPU usage, Memory usage, users distribution, different kinds of traffic, and more.

Web client

Our web client, is probably the most complete web client available on the internet. And we are not talking about just free and open source projects. We have not seen an XMPP web client with support for an entire XMPP specs and as many extensions. It supports not only all latest XMPP specifications RFC 6120 - XMPP CORE and RFC 6121 - XMPP IM and a bunch of other extensions.

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