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i(RC)Phone July 14, 2007

Posted by reverseengineer in Apps, Hacks, iPhone.
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From using Skype on the iPhone, we move on to IRC.

In this case, it’s the Windows folk who are SOL, because the workaround requires a Mac. The workaround listed by the great website Gear Live says that it also requires the IRC chat client Colloquy, which is now a universal binary app, and the Colloquy Web Interface Add-on Plug-in (both Colloquy and the plug-in download links are on the Gear Live page, along with a visual walkthrough gallery).

Unlike the Skype hack, this seems pretty straightforward and stable, and nowhere near as difficult to do (although it has a step that involves using Terminal). Not kludgy in the least, which is cool.

Head on over to get the steps from the wonderful folk over at Gear Live here.

(Photo cribbed from http://www.gearlive.com.)

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