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Discord is 8 years old. The creators celebrate and give great gifts. How to get them?
I don’t think anyone needs to be introduced to Discord. It is currently one of the most popular (if not the most popular) online voice communicators created for gamers. Although Discord is no longer only for game players, because, for example, in many schools, it has been useful as a platform for remote learning, the application is constantly being developed. And since she has just turned 8, she will be celebrating for another month.
Discord celebrates its 8th anniversary. And users can get gifts
May 15, 2015 – then the app was officially launched, and years later is already used by millions of people. It is true that the software had its peak of popularity much later – because then the TeamSpeak 3 was extremely popular – over the years the application has evolved beyond recognition. It received new features – m.in activities, i.e. built-in games in which you can spend time with friends.
For the next month, due to Discord’s birthday, all activities for each user are free, both on servers and in private chats. This means that the developers have given one of the features of Nitro to people who do not pay for a subscription. This is just the first gift for non-subscribers – more free features will be served every week, so it’s worth checking out the app.
Subscribers have the option to set frames for their profiles. Similar “spring” frames were available until recently, and this is their new edition. However, the most interesting thing is that people with a Nitro subscription… can give away free Nitro for two weeks to three friends who haven’t used a subscription before.
Just enter the private chat with this person, and there we will gain a special button. All birthday changes will be served in the “Discord Birthday” section. It is therefore worth checking what squeaks in the grass.