The following is a list of Tox clients available for download through our repositories and/or build servers.
|Operating Systems:||Linux, Windows, OSX, BSD|
A Qt graphical user interface for Tox.
|Operating Systems:||Linux, Windows, OSX, BSD, Android|
µTox is the lightweight client with minimal dependencies; it not only looks pretty, it runs fast! µTox is available for Windows, OS X, and Linux (Android support is experimental), with full support for chat, file transfers, audio/video calling, and desktop sharing (both as video and inline screenshots). It also supports text group chats with audio groups pending the next Toxcore update.
Ricin aims to be a secure, lightweight, hackable and fully-customizable Tox client with focus on user experience. Development is lead by SkyzohKey.
|Operating Systems:||Linux, Windows|
Toxygen is cross-platform Tox client written in pure Python3 with a lot of unique features such as plugins and faux offline file transfers. Development is lead by Ingvar.
|Operating Systems:||Linux, OSX, BSD|
Toxic is a client with an ncurses interface, written entirely in C. It has support for all basic features, as well as 1-on-1 audio/video chats, and is capable of working on bare-bones systems that lack graphical interfaces. Development is lead by Jfreegman.
Antox is an Android client for Tox. It aims to bring the full multimedia support Tox offers to your device, although it's still currently in heavy development. Antox is built on Google's Material Design Guidelines, and is both fast and fluid. Support for stickers, geo-location, and other services offered by competing instant messaging applications are currently being decided upon.