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Telegram can also copy WhatsApp, and this time it has done it with privacy improvements

Telegram, the well-known instant messaging application used by millions of users worldwide, has carried out an update that adds new functionalities for users. The most curious thing is that, on this occasion, it is a functionality that was already present in WhatsApp, such as the ability to send videos or voice messages that self-destruct after being listened to once.

Telegram has had features focused on this area for years, and it even already had the ability to send photos that self-destruct when opened, but with this new leap, Telegram will also give users the possibility to have greater privacy when using their service through content that is deleted after being viewed or played once.

Videos and audios that self-destruct after playing

Basically, as highlighted by Telegram in their blog, the new update, which includes a wide range of new features, has among the most prominent the ability to easily send private content. In this way, audios and videos that disappear after being played once join the rest of the existing functionalities in Telegram, such as secret chats or photos that self-destruct after being opened, among other details.

In addition, other news that have arrived on Telegram are as follows:

  • Improvement of the saved messages interface, allowing users to organize and even classify the content according to their interests.
  • Possibility to view saved messages by chat, allowing users to find the desired content more quickly.
  • Read time will be displayed for private chats.
  • Button to stop recording an audio message and resume it without having to send or delete it.
  • Improvements in search, adding compact lists and more intuitive navigation menus.
  • More premium features. In this case, this is only for those who pay for the Telegram subscription. Among other updates, premium users will have labels to mark saved messages, limitations for receiving private messages, and even the time of last unilateral connection.

Daniel García

Graduated in Journalism, Daniel specializes in video games and technology, currently writing for Andro4all and NaviGames, and having written for more Difoosion portals such as Alfa Beta Juega or Urban Tecno. He enjoys staying up-to-date with current affairs, as well as reading, video games, and any other form of cultural expression

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