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I have never seen such a huge amount of unmoderated social groups in my life. Child porn, pirating, doxxing, Ddossing, terrorism, stalking, animal abuse, and so much more. At the very least, you can pick and chose who can contact you, who can enter your servers and such, but the sheer amount of spam accounts and hackers that go unpunished on this thing make even that nearly impossible when some basement troll uses his 600 accounts to absolutely blow up your inbox or your server with graphic images or death threats. The staff of Discord are very quick to delete accounts reported with proof of things like that, but there are massive servers full of thousands of accounts, in some cases solely dedicated, to the illegal distribution of pirated merchandise or underaged sex that staff aren’t allowed to touch unless someone makes a report. Usually, these things go unreported. In my time on Discord, over 20 people have gotten arrested for illegal, vile acts found solely on this app/website. I like Discord for what it is, but staff needs to make an effort to control their people themselves instead of just letting them run rampant. Don’t ever let your kids on here, even if you think you are moderating them. People WILL attack them, just like they’ve attacked me, even if you never join a server or speak to anyone besides friends.
I like Discord for what it offers, but the iOS app crashes randomly whenever I try to load a picture, gif, song, or other upload someone else posted, and crashes when I try to post pictures quite frequently. I know that a lot of people upload stuff, so the fact that it crashes as often as it does is a major concern for me. Another issue is that the app has decided to randomly mark all messages in random chat channels as read when I open them, even though I’ve still got dozens to read before I reach the end of the string. Or I’ll be reading the messages, and suddenly it marked all messages as read, to include ones that happen while I’m reading, and not even remotely caught up. It happens randomly, so I don’t even know what might be the issue. It might happen to a chat every time I open it, or just once in a while but it’s a bug I want to see gone. Being tagged in a message, and then having that indicator removed randomly is an issue. I don’t always have time to read everything in one sitting, so I want to be assured that I can read it later. It is a major issue when it starts you over at the end of the conversation, and doesn’t save from where you had to leave off. (This is mostly for my admin duties on servers.) I like that I have the ability to take Discord with me, but if I can’t use it half the time, then it’s like I don’t even have it at all.
Discord works great on a desktop computer/laptop, other than finding the right chat room and general navigation issues like getting a message noise but never seeing the message because you were in a voice chat room. Could use a redesign. Like why isn’t voice just enable in the same chat room so there’s no switching back and forth? However, this review is for the mobile app. It doesn’t work. Every time I do so much as sneeze (another app notification/text message comes in, if I get a phone call, etc.) the app stops working. I get that the voice should stop but after switching apps and coming back or after ending the phone call, the Discord app never recovers and must be restarted, rejoin the room, and then it works...for a while. Until almost anything else happens. Worst of all, when my phone falls asleep, so does Discord, sometimes. It’s unpredictable when I’m just randomly disconnected from Discord. My friend reported his phone calls not coming through when he’s on a Discord voice channel. Not sure which problem is worse. I’d highly recommend using a different app. Often, my friends and I just use a phone conference call. And I can send a text message while on a phone call. So how does this app improve my gaming other than taking bandwidth from my gaming?
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