Every member of a group can communicate with other members in real time using both audio and video. All that is needed is a microphone and a web camera.

Here is a list of the main features:

  • Real time audio and video conversations
  • Share desktop applications
  • File sharing
  • Instant text messaging
  • Private rooms/channels for every group of users
  • High quality audio codecs with both mono and stereo
  • Push-to-talk and voice activation
  • Record conversations to disk
  • Standalone server for both LAN and Internet environments
  • User authentication with accounts
  • Accessibility for visually impaired

Having these features available makes TeamTalk an excellent choice for online presentations, attending meetings or just do every day chit-chat with friends or collegues, whether they are next door or around the globe.

What's New:

This latest release comes with many new features and accessibility improvements thanks to TeamTalk’s contributors. Many thanks goes to Corentin Bacqué-Cazenave (aka Oreonan) and Igor B. Poretsky.

  • SpeexDSP echo canceller replaced by WebRTC
  • SpeexDSP automatic gain control (AGC) replaced by WebRTC
  • SpeexDSP noise suppression replaced by WebRTC
  • Ability to create and join hidden channels
  • Channel messages can be blocked in classroom channels
  • TTS events when sending a private or channel message
  • Option to join channel immediately in create channel dialog
  • Option to disable emojis and text for channel/user states
  • New audio files for default sound events
  • New sound events when user logs in/out and for mute/unmute main volume
  • Faster login on servers with many users or channels
  • New option to play sounds for outgoing messages (disabled by default)
  • Users logged in/out displayed in chat history
  • Save server configuration displayed in chat history
  • Status message is saved and reloaded on startup
  • Fixed tab index on server properties dialog
  • Fixed labels on server properties dialog and preferences
  • Display ban type on banned users dialog
  • Return who has kicked when we are kicked from a channel
  • Change label of start position bar on CTRL+S
  • Return exact duration of file on CTRL+S dialog
  • Reconnect if initial connection attempt fails
  • Facebook login no longer supported
  • Private text messages now ordered the same as channel text messages
  • Display man emoji in channels tree
  • Fix double event when we leave a channel
  • Return root channel when appropriate on CTRL+G
  • Correctly return speaking for ourself on CTRL+G
  • Window’s title is now updated if channel or server name is changing
  • Support for neutral status
  • New option to choose playback mode of sound events
  • Text message area disable when client is not in a channel
  • Specific message when kicked from server
  • Ability to play OPUS .ogg files
  • Option to display both server and channel name on window title

Changes in Default QT Client

  • SpeexDSP echo canceller replaced by WebRTC
  • SpeexDSP automatic gain control (AGC) replaced by WebRTC
  • SpeexDSP noise suppression replaced by WebRTC
  • Ability to create and join hidden channels
  • Channel messages can be blocked in classroom channels
  • New audio files for default sound events
  • New sound events when user logs in/out and for mute/unmute main volume
  • Option to join channel immediately in create channel dialog
  • Option to disable emojis and text for channel/user states
  • CTRL+L to leave a channel
  • Save server configuration displayed in chat history
  • Fix navigation problems using tabulation
  • More items displayed when using up arrow in message area
  • Add emojis for unread messages and now speaking in channels tree
  • New option to play sounds for outgoing messages (disabled by default)
  • Display ban type on banned users dialog
  • Reconnect if initial connection attempt fails
  • Facebook login no longer supported
  • Display man emoji in channels tree
  • ALSA sound system on Linux is faster to initialize
  • Window’s title is now updated if channel or server name is changing
  • Support for neutral status
  • Specific message when kicked from server
  • Ability to play OPUS .ogg files on Windows
  • Option to display both server and channel name on window title

Changes in Android Client

  • SpeexDSP automatic gain control (AGC) replaced by WebRTC
  • Ability to create and join hidden channels
  • New audio files for default sound events
  • Change default stream volume from 100 to 50
  • Support for Italian language
  • Option to specify gender
  • Facebook login no longer supported
  • Server list export facility

Changes in iOS Client

  • Ability to create and join hidden channels
  • New audio files for default sound events
  • Change default stream volume from 100 to 50
  • Support for italian language
  • Option to specify gender
  • Facebook login no longer supported
  • Alert when kicked

Changes in Server

  • Support for hidden channels
  • Ability to disable user accounts
  • Channel messages can be blocked in classroom channels
  • Facebook login no longer supported