Decentralized Messenging

Connect to your contacts using a server of your choice. Gajim works well with other chat clients and supports multiple accounts.

Stay Connected

Share pictures, videos, and files with friends and groups. User profiles, status updates, and chat history management included.

End-to-End Encryption

Chat securely using OMEMO, PGP, or OpenPGP.

Extensible

Wikipedia and Wiktionary integration, automatic spell-checking, and much more via plugins.

Open Source

Gajim is free open-source software.

International

Available in 29 languages.

Gajim 1.2.0

Gajim 1.2.0 has been released

Gajim is a fully-featured XMPP client. It enables you to chat in a decentralized network using one of the many providers available or even your own service. The choice is yours. Gajim offers End-to-End encryption, is extensible, and open-source. More than a year after the release of Gajim 1.1.3 it is finally time for Gajim 1.2. A year of developing new features, cleaning up old code, and bug fixing. Highlights of this release are (amongst others): improved group chat system, completely rewritten network code, and a new account creation assistant. But there is much more to discover. [Read More]

Development News May 2020

Gajim development news

This month brought new features and many improvements for Gajim plugins (checkout the new file preview)! On the other side, we had to decide which plugins to keep and which ones have to go before the 1.2 release. During this month, Anonymous Login has been re-implemented and account badges have been added. If you’re using multiple accounts with Gajim, you should now be able to quickly recognize which account you’re chatting with. [Read More]

Gajim 1.2.0 Beta

First beta version of Gajim 1.2 has been released

It has been almost a year since the release of Gajim 1.1.3. A year of developing new features, cleaning up old code, and bug fixing. This month it is finally the time for a first beta release of Gajim 1.2. Highlights are (amongst others): improved group chat system, completely rewritten network code, and a new account creation assistant. But there is much more to discover. If you have suggestions on how this Beta can be improved, please let us know. Your feedback is welcome. [Read More]