Update list of IRC clients
There are several ways to participate in IRC and here are a some common options.
* [https://mibbit.com/ Mibbit]
: web-based chat client.
* [https://kiwiirc.com/ Kiwi IRC] Open Source web-based chat client that works on mobile too.
* [https://konversation.kde.org/ Konversation] is a client for Linux, you can probably get it as a package from your distribution. Its look and feel is similar to that of ChatZilla while being built on [http://www.kde.org/ KDE].
* [https://colloquy.info/ Colloquy] is a Mac client with a nice looking interface. It also has a mobile client for iPad/iPhone/iTouch.
* [http://limechat.net/mac/ Limechat] is a cross-platform IRC client by Satoshi Nakagawa. Warning: main site is in Japanese, this is not just for Mac, there are [http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA022249/files/lime218.exe Windows] and [http://limechat.net/iphone/ iOS] versions as well. A number of people have happily switched from Colloquy to Limechat.
* [http://www.instantbird.com Instantbird] is a cross-platform multi-protocol instant messaging client based on Mozilla technologies (and libpurple from Pidgin) with an emphasis on simplicity and extensibility.
* [https://www.yaaic.org/ Yaaic] is a free (as in freedom), multiserver, Android IRC client, now fully conformant with the UI style of the Iced Cream Sandwich (and later).
See also [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_IRC_clients Comparison of IRC clients] at Wikipedia.