The recent century has witnessed a boom in the technological landscape. There are more ways to communicate with the people and broadcasting one’s life on the internet is pretty much the norm. If you would look at your phone, you witness that it is filled with messaging apps. Pretty much, that is how people have started to communicate.
The messaging apps are powered to maximize communication alternatives and look for ways to keep the user hooked. There are emoticons to choose from and GIFs that you can send to your friends and family to portray the exact feeling. Some apps offer more privacy to the users and others have focused on video calling to keep the users hooked.
One of these messaging applications, Telegram, has hit a noteworthy breakthrough of 200 million active month to month users. Telegram began in 2013 as a venture established by Russian businessman, Mr. Pavel Durov. Their user applications are accessible on iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Linux and PC. The applications empower clients to send messages, pictures and recordings among a bundle of different things.
Telegram offers user more privacy protection than Whatsapp and iMessages
Telegram has perceived its sense of duty regarding client protection and support of open APIs as the essential explanations for the achievement of this breakthrough. Telegram’s clients appreciate end-to-end encryption on voice calls alongside alternatively scrambled chats.
The CEO and organizer, Pavel Durov has been doing combating Russian courts to keep up client security in face of the Russian government influencing Telegram to hand over conversation encryption keys.
The application’s most recent update, rendition 4.8.5, has brought two features. The first is the capacity to send stickers, both physically and through programmed framework proposals. The second element is the capacity to send photographs and recordings alongside messages.
Image via softonic