Recently, Telegram has rolled out the latest update for its users that comes with a slew of new features. These latest updates include a mini-profile for voice chats, the latest web versions, ‘Payments 2.0’, and more. The company has explained all these latest features coming to the messaging app in a blog.
First of all, let’s talk about Payments 2.0, this latest Telegram update carries indigenous support for credit card payments in any chat. The company has added eight third-party payment providers including Stripe. This update additionally allows purchasers to add a tip whenever they buy Telegram. Payments can further be done from any Telegram application containing a desktop.
Presently, voice chats are planned by admins of channels and groups. Telegram is going to display a colorful countdown for the scheduled voice chat, and users can also opt to get a notification when the voice chat begins. Telegram is further making it simpler to view who you’re voice chatting with using mini-profiles. This Telegram update allows you to enlarge profile pictures and bios and the users don’t even need to leave the voice chat window.
Telegram has additionally introduced two latest web applications with features including chat folders, animated stickers, dark mode, and more. Telegram Web K and Web Z applications are simply 400KB in size and function as standalone applications. Apart from these features, this latest Telegram update further comes with a pinch to zoom to enlarge photos and videos right from the chat and a better video player.
Currently, now users can press and hold the + or – 15s buttons to fast-forward and rewind iOS. You can press and hold on the right or left side of the screen to do the same. And double-tap to jump 10 seconds in either direction.
Telegram has also launched a direct download option for Android users. The app can now be downloaded from telegram.org, and users will also get new versions several days or weeks faster. According to a blog post of Telegram, the fundamental cause behind this is on account of Google taking a lot more time in reviewing for application updates.