Telegram is one of the most popular messaging apps in the world. Loved due to the high privacy it provides to its users, the app is the safest method to send messages through.
The application is praised by both Android and iOS users altogether, as the data you send and receive is encrypted. Therefore chatting and sending all types of files and media via Telegram is safe. Moreover, any file you transmit through the application cannot be intercepted by third-parties.
Even so, the app’s incredibly high level of protection is not Telegram’s most impressive asset. The most amazing thing about the app is that developers are continually creating and releasing updates that improve the application’s overall performance.
Telegram 5.15.0 Update
The most recent release, Telegram 5.15.0 update, is now live via over-the-air (OTA) channels. This update is a rather important one – not that all the others are not as significant – and users should get it because it comes with great additions and a few amazing changes.
As always, to get the new update, you must be connected to a Wi-Fi network.
What is New
The Telegram 5.15.0 update comes with a few adjustments and new features for users. The app now allows users to redesign and access shared media from the newly redesigned profiles, and also comes with a fast media viewer and a tweak to the ‘People Nearby’ feature, now monikered ‘People Nearby 2.0.’
With the new update, users are now able to pull down to enlarge profile pictures, as well as flip through photos by tapping on either the right or left edge of it. Moreover, your chat partner’s profile picture can now be expanded by simply tapping on it. Finally, the update enables users to make their profile visible to others in their region by accessing ‘Contacts,’ then ‘Add People Nearby’ to make new friends.
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