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The Telegram messaging app has started receiving a new update. Arriving as version 4.7, the update brings support for multiple accounts on Android. You can add up to three Telegram accounts (linked to different phone numbers) on your phone.
Russia recently threatened to block Telegram with the country if they did not hand over some of their users' data. The company refused but now says they will register with the legal framework of the Russian Federation and says they will still not share any private data with Russian officials.
Russia says the Telegram messaging application is used by terrorists and it is demanding data from a number of its users. The country says they'll outright ban the service within its country if Telegram doesn't hand over that user data.
Some people have gone in and tested some of the most popular messaging applications to see which ones use more of your mobile data. Telegram, WhatsApp and Hangouts perform the best, while applications like Skype and Facebook Messenger use a lot of data.
After a lengthy beta period, Telegram has announced that they are now rolling out voice calling to all users in Western Europe. The calls are encrypted end-to-end, and the company uses AI to analyze network and call performance to improve quality over time.
The devs behind Telegram have just announced a new feature that will be headed to the Android application soon. The feature is called Custom Themes, and it will enable users to customize 85% of the application's appearance.
Telegram is an open source messaging application that has its source code published on GitHub. The source code hasn't been updated in 4 months though, but a developer says that will change once the next update is released.
A new intelligence report published last week claims that the Russian Federal Security Service offers bribes for backdoors in commercial products and recruits black hat hackers and that have supposedly cracked Telegram, which is a popular encrypted messaging service.
Some might not know, but Telegram has a desktop client that lets you message your friends directly on your PC. The company has just announced they've updated this client to version 1.0, and it comes with a refreshed look along with a new user interface.
We all know those times when we send a text message to someone and then instantly regret what we typed out. Now in Telegram, you can unsend any messages that you've sent in the last 48 hours. This update also adds some UX improvements to the Android app as well.
The developers behind Telegram have pushed out a new update that comes with the following changes. . .
- Secret Chats 2.0.
- Delete recently sent messages for everyone.
- Network Usage in 'Data and Storage' Settings.
- App remembers scroll position when switching to another...
A new update to Telegram has just landed, adding in full integration with IFTTT thanks to an @IFTTT bot which can be used control other apps or receive notifications from IFTTT within Telegram. You can also now pin conversations and even forward details from group messages to Secret Chats.
The folks behind Telegram have just announced a new update that is headed to users via the Play Store. This update brings your app up to version 3.14 and comes with the following changes. . .
- Instant View for Medium articles and some other sites. No more waiting for the pages to load!
If you've been having difficulty connecting to Telegram, you're not the only one. A data center where Telegram's servers are for these regions had an issue with the cooling system and caused servers to overheat. They're currently working to get things back online.
A lot of people enjoy the chat heads feature with Facebook Messenger, and wish it was available in other messaging apps. This functionality is actually possible in a number of other messaging platforms with an application called Flychat.