Jean-François Alarie (alaj) Publisher

Install latest/stable of quadrix

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

Make sure snap support is enabled in your Desktop store.

Install using the command line

sudo snap install quadrix

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Minimal, simple, multi-platform chat app for the Matrix protocol

  • No data collection whatsoever
  • Does not support end-to-end encryption (E2EE)
  • No customization (almost), no widgets, no bots, no phone calls
  • Integrated video-conferencing with Jitsi Meet
  • React Native apps for Android and iOS
  • Electron apps for Windows, MacOS, and Linux
  • Push notifications on mobile devices with Firebase Cloud Messaging
  • Top-down messaging feed
  • Open source on github (https://github.com/alariej/quadrix)

Because this snap is released under "strict" confinement, it does not by default have access to the camera and microphone on the host device. In order to use quadrix's video-conferencing function, users must therefore run the following commands in a terminal, once after installation:

  • snap connect quadrix:audio-record :audio-record
  • snap connect quadrix:camera :camera

Note: The arm64 and armhf builds (beta) have been tested on a Raspberry Pi 4B. They seem to work OK, although various errors are thrown in the background during launch.

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Last updated
21 October 2021

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