Discord says Android users won’t get stuck anymore

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Discord today announced new steps to bring its Android app in line with its iOS counterpart. The changes will improve the Android app experience, which has historically lagged behind the iPhone version. Discord.

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Discord He speaks the application is now “rebuilt from scratch” using React native, a development environment for building applications that work the same across platforms. Some changes have already been made in recent weeks, but the updated version of Discord for Android should be available to all users within the next few weeks.

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The chat app is as cross-platform as it gets, and the company offers a version for iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, and Linux. Discord also recently added new integration for Xbox Live which allows users to forward their chats to their consoles.

The company says the new development method will allow it to release new features and fix bugs faster, bringing these changes to the multi-platform application in a consistent and faster way than before. Prior to the arrival of the new system, Android users had to fail, often waiting for new features and updates that their iOS counterparts got first.

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“React Native allows us to streamline and consolidate our processes, which helps our engineers work more efficiently and release updates more frequently, especially now that the team won’t have to spend so much time maintaining different codebases for different devices,” the company wrote. in a blog post.


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