After banning Telegram, the Russian government has now sent requests to Apple and Google to remove the messaging app from their respective app stores.
Last week, Telegram, one of the more popular messaging apps out there, was suddenly and unceremoniously pulled from the App Store.
Apple has removed the Telegram messaging app from the iOS App Store due to “inappropriate content.” In addition to Telegram, Telegram X — an experimental version of the app with new features — was also removed from the App Store for the same reason.
Telegram comes with many useful features that eases the communication with your friends. One such feature is voice message recording. With the tap of a button, you can record a voice message of any length and send it to your friends, and vice versa.
Telegram was one of the first IM apps to offer end-to-end encryption for messages. Keeping this in mind, it’s considered to be one of the most secure apps around. This popular messaging app is getting a major overhaul with the new 4.0 update, which brings forth features like chatbot payments, Instant View for quick loading of web pages, and short video messages + Telescopes.
Telegram is a popular messaging app that allows users to send and receive messages, pictures, videos as well as stickers and GIFs. One of the notable feature of this app are third-party bots that allow the user to interact with them, send commands and inline requests.