Telegram Desktop messaging app now supports voice calls that are secure, crystal-clear, ai-powered. Voice Calls are available all over the world in our mobile and desktop apps.
Other features released with the latest version of Telegram Desktop messaging app:
- Telegram Calls are now available on desktops: secure, crystal-clear, constantly improved by artificial intelligence.
- The new Emoji, Stickers, and Saved GIFs panel becomes a separate space on the right when
- Telegram is running in a wide enough window.
- Manage blocked users list in your supergroups.
- Chat admins can delete messages by other members.
Telegram Calls are built upon the time-tested end-to-end encryption of Telegram’s Secret Chats. They have improved the key exchange mechanism. To make sure your call is 100% secure, you and your recipient just need to compare four emoji over the phone. No lengthy codes or complicated pictures. All calls will go over a peer-to-peer connection, using the best audio codecs to save traffic while providing crystal-clear quality. If a peer-to-peer connection can’t be established, Telegram will use the closest server to you to connect you with the person you’re calling in the fastest way possible.
On Telegram, you can control who can and who can’t call you with granular precision. You can even switch voice calls off altogether, blocking anyone and everyone from calling you.
By default, Telegram calls are lightweight and automatically adapt to the speed and type of your connection, so as to consume the least data possible. But if you want to reduce your data spending by another 25-30% at the expense of sound quality, you’re welcome to enable the Use Less Data option in Data and Storage Settings.
For those of you who don’t do voice calls, v.3.18 brings something different: direct control over the quality of videos you share. Use this brand-new setting to select the degree of compression before sending a video.
Download Telegram Desktop Messaging App from https://desktop.telegram.org/