Mumble and Teamspeak are both self-hosted platform for voice. Both of them require server hosting as well as continuously connected. Skype and the Discourse apps are supported by Microsoft. They’re structured slightly different. Skype functions like an address book. Discord is able to create new networks or join existing one. Discord and Skype are much more modern in comparison to Mumble or TeamSpeak. Windows Store version of Skype is also too simplistic that it is almost impossible to use. Discords style is useful and pleasing to the eye. The Discord app does not have integrated voice and text boxes. It’s important to consider the cost. Mumble is available for use in a public way and is free to all. Skye is accessible to anyone on the web. Discord is available for free to as many people as you want, and according to the developers, that’s how it will stay. What do the platforms sound? Changing the region of the server may help solve issues with audio. The management control differs for each platform. Voice servers are complex. Stay tuned for more details. 9mvbdzvrr4.