4.1.0 / January 20, 2018
|Available in||11 languages|
|Type||Discord application, Discord music streaming, Discord management, Discord entertainment|
|Alexa rank||398,348 March 2018[update]|
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Vexera (VEHHXeraa) is a Discord application that provides music streaming, server management, entertainment, and image manipulation commands to users on the chat platform. Vexera is in 87,522 March 2018[update]  Discord servers.
Origin and redesign (2016-present)
The concept of Vexera came from developer Luke, who had previously made IRC chat bots. During September of 2016, he created Beemo, a similar Discord application. Beemo was later re-named to Vexera by majority vote from it's user base.
Premium features (2016-present)
During the year of 2016, Vexera's developer added premium only features to the application. See #commands.
Discord legal changes
Sale of pillows, phone cases, and home decor products (2017-present)
During the year of 2017, Vexera started the sale of home decoration products with the software's logo on them. The products are sold on the Redbubble online marketplace and are created on-demand.
Vexera is funded directly from the sales of it's premium features and donations.
|Trial status (3 days)||$0.50 (USD)|
|6 month premium status||$15 (USD)|
|1 month premium status||$3 (USD)|
Vexera provides (all on Discord) music streaming, server management, and entertainment functionality to it's users. You can find a list of Vexera's commands on their page.
Vexera is programmed primarily in Node.js using the Discord Eris library. It uses Java for it's music streaming features and Python for it's image manipulation features. As of March 2018[update], the code is closed source.
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