QQ for Linux, a popular instant messaging app developed by Tencent, released its second beta on April Fools Day.
QQ development on Linux is very slow. Five months have passed since the last release. QQ for Linux 2.0 Beta 2 features:
- Improved stability.
- Group chat support.
The new beta is now much more stable than the first release, but so far only supports text, emoji, sending files and taking screenshots.
If you are looking for a full (or most) full-featured QQ Linux package, we recommend Deepin Wine QQ or the community-built QQ Flatpak package.
For testing purposes, you can download QQ for Linux (64-bit) from the link below.
Simply double-click on the package to install and enjoy via Ubuntu software.
(Optional) To remove IM, open a terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T) and execute the command:
sudo apt remove linuxqq