Kiwi IRC

KiwiIRC makes Web IRC easy.
A hand-crafted IRC client that you can enjoy. Designed to be used easily and freely.

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Website Widgets

Embed an IRC client widget into your website for an instant, free live chat.

The web widget gives you access to a large number of supported networks without any in-depth setting up. No downloads or plugins required meaning your users can start engaging in your community easily.

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For Networks

  • WEBIRC - Handle your users hostnames / IP addresses properly.
  • Stats - See how many users are connecting to your network in real-time.
  • Servers - Control which servers kiwi users can connect to. It's your network.

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Usable Anywhere

Tablets, mobiles or the desktop. Kiwi IRC works anywhere with a modern browser.


Powerful features built directly in your Web IRC client

  • Works in all major browsers
  • Embed into your website
  • SSL encryption
  • No PhD required
  • Usable on any IRC network
  • User friendly menus
  • Tab autocomplete
  • Powerful aliases
  • Input history
  • Full scripting with javascript

One of the most feature complete web based IRC clients available, Kiwi IRC makes it possible to use webirc as much as any other IRC client. While keeping things lightweight and versatile makes it perfect for embedding into your websites.

Most importantly, Kiwi IRC adapts and improves as users suggest ideas themselves. You can make your ideas heard over at our issues page.


Recent Updates

Going the extra mile to prevent abuse

The way kiwiirc.com handles your network WEBIRC configuration has now been greatly updated.

Traditionally, WEBIRC clients would only tell the IRC network of the clients true IP address if a matching DNS name exists. Eg. users connecting to a network at irc.example.com would only know the clients true IP address if only the user connects to the domain name 'irc.example.com'.

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A simpler web client with less content

A lot of networks and communities have been taking up Kiwi IRC as their preferred web client but they didn't want the default about Kiwi text showing up all the time.

Networks shouldn't have another projects text on their web client so it has now been removed if a server has been specified in the URL.

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