Performance and user experience
Discord IPA and APK is a text and voice chat tool specifically geared toward gamers. The developers made the app with the aim of replacing other VOIP apps (Voice-Over Internet Protocol) that gamers have been using to communicate in real time as they play. Here’s the full review of the app.
The Android and iOS app’s user interface is intuitive and designed to smoothen all points of friction that are common in other similar apps that appear quite complicated. Its layout is simple and gorgeous, with displayed features that are appropriate for users. Moreover, the slick design is also straightforward and navigating is easy, making it convenient for the most casual of users. On this category, the app scores a 4.5/5.
One thing I find attractive about the leading text and voice application is the fact that the fea
tures have been designed to guarantee a pleasant experience when it comes to modern game communication. With the voice chat feature, I can join voice channels then chat with my group. Additionally, the real-time messaging feature lets me share texts that are rich in emoji and GIFs. Furthermore, I can share videos on this channel and enjoy video chat. Notably, the app has no in-app purchases.
Moreover, the latest update fixes issues of reconnection in voice chat while offering additional voice bug fixes. On features, Discord deserves a 4.5/5.
Performance and User Experience
Despite the tons of features that you’ll be required to sort through in the beginning, the app for all Android devices and iOS gadgets is quite easy to use. Discord also works seamlessly across devices on both platforms, and for my case, I have never experienced any lagging or crashing on my Android mobile device.
Adding friends to my server is as easy as sharing with them the link for instant invites. I also get to enjoy multiple server support and customize my channel listings. On performance and ease of use, the Gaming tool gets a 4/5.
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Discord is available as a Google Android and iOS application. The IPA works with iOS 9.0 and over, and is compatible with the iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone. The APK, on the other hand, works with Android version 4.1 and above. Compatibility section gets a 4.5/5.
- It’s a free app;
- It is to make a server;
- The permissions are simple.
- Some users report voice engine crashes;
- Voice adjustments on the Android version are temporary, and one keeps making the same changes whenever they enter the voice chat;
- Some users of the Android app report connection problems.
Just like any Google Play app for Android or App Store one for iOS, Discord may have several cons. But they may not be that intense to warrant you from having this wonderful app. In fact, some of the app drawbacks can be resolved. For instance, the latest version comes with the appropriate voice bug fixes. Therefore, you have no excuse for missing out the fun. I would recommend the voice-over-internet app to gamers who’d like to enjoy cross-platform texting and voice application.