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BadBoyHalo and Skeppy uses this, but i cant really log in after discord banned me XD See More
TeamSpeak cannot be used without a private server (meaning TeamSpeak themselves do not provide servers). This adds complexity to the setup and may simply be out of reach for many users. There are, however, several free public servers available, Teamspeak offers to rent one, and many games have dedicated servers available through their respective websites. See More
Among most MMOs (massive multiplayer online games such as Guild Wars 2, or World of Warcraft) Teamspeak is widely used so it's likely other players already use it and won't need to download a new program. There are also many knowledge and help articles available online. See More
Hacks can be used to gain admin controls of a server, locking players and admins out. Meanwhile, your server is renamed, passwords changed, hacker leaves it open to the public but all the members are banned along with the admin of the server. The only way to deal with it is to close the server, delete it, and open a new one. See More
Matrix is designed to support Instant Messaging, VoIP/WebRTC signalling and Internet of Things communication and allows cross-communication between those services. Meaning one person could be using IRC and another Slack for IMs, or one person could be using Skype and another Google Hangouts for videoconferencing. See More
We use this app for our team from metin2legend.org! Thanks!! See More
Super simple and easy to use app. Also extremely good quality! See More
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Outstanding game platform used it since release own most of my games through steam and never had an issue with there products or voice chat software that built in to there own game like halflife teamfortress 2 tho games steam runs in background with chat server open you dont even notice in game. See More
Your in-game friends are now grouped by the game they're playing, making it easier to join them, or to see which games are popular among friends. And see who's playing together. You can watch friends enter into a match and then emerge when their game is over. Be ready to dive in with them or to play when they're done. See More
Most voice chat services directed at gaming offer text, but almost none support video. Video won't be useful when you are in-game, but after the raid/round/battle/session it can help strengthen your team if you can get face-to-face communication. See More
With Google+ “Hangouts on Air”, you can broadcast any hangout to an unlimited audience via your Goolge+ Profile or simply a generic YouTube link. Moreover, any Hangout on Air (public or private) is automatically saved as YouTube video that you can keep for private reference or use in any way that you would normally share a YouTube video. This allows you to record conversations without additional obtrusive software. See More
One of the earliest and most well-known voice chat services. Many people already have an account on it and even have it installed. There's a good chance that whoever you're trying to reach has Skype already set up and familiar with it, avoiding the hassle of installing and getting to know new software. See More
run by microsoft it uses too much system resources too many updates for newer os, gamers dont like windows10 so they use windows7 of xp pro via a dual boot system. About time microsoft heard the public instead of forcing w10 on them so there forced to use live to play games witch of course they have to rebuy if you want to play it See More
Some users have better or worse mics, and some are at different distances from them. Some users will be louder than others and drown out the quiet ones. Many chat clients allow you to reduce the volume of the loud players, and boost the volume of the quiet ones...however Skype doesn't. See More
Skype is already on your computer, so we make the Skype connection first, then the game connection. There are many negative comments, and some people have trouble running games and Skype together (supposedly solved by starting Skype first). Thus far it has worked with no problems. See More
Messages are sent and received only when both ends are online, if neither end is using a cloud-enabled device. In this case, if you are online 9-17 and your recipient is online 18-3, messages will never be delivered. See More
Skype has significant problems with multiple users and video quality. Skype recommends that a max of 5 users group chat as video quality is severely affected. Even webcams tested with other chat services showed lower quality when used with Skype. See More
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