#Jami does an amazing job of allowing two or more people to do #voice or video chat without any centralized servers involved. But I'm having a lot of trouble getting it to sync my contacts and text messages between apps on different devices, even when I have them open and running at the same time for quite a while. It's also too easy to lose your account if users remove the apps from all their devices without making a backup, and that doesn't seem to be possible with the #Android app.
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@Naughtylus Electron is neither here nor there. Take #Transmission and #qBitTorrent, both native apps. Transmission has an elegant UI, minimal info per element, intuitive to navigate, tweaked a bit for each platform it runs on, but consistent across them. qBitTorrent is a great BT client, but the UI is a screaming hot mess that looks like a 1990s era Windows app. Jami isn't nearly as bad as it could be, but there's plenty of room for improvement. The Android app is much better than on GNU/Linux.
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