Telegram is one of the most secure and fully encrypted online chat messaging platform or service that can be used from Android, iOS, macOS, and even via web browser very easily. Users are so much satisfied with the sharing or receiving privacy related content on Telegram over WhatsApp. Additionally, some of the exclusive features of Telegram aren’t available neither on the most popular WhatsApp nor any other chat messaging services. Now, all the Telegram users should start rejoicing as the Telegram Video Call Feature included in the latest beta update for Android, iOS, macOS officially.
The newly released Telegram Beta 7.0 for iOS and Android brings the latest video calling feature with multiple useful options. While the Telegram Beta 6.3 for macOS also enables the same video calling feature which was one of the most asked features by the users over a period of time.
Although it took Telegram service to bring the video calling option for such a long time as compared to WhatsApp, we will expect that Telegram will come with more improved and additional features for the users that will surely bypass the WhatsApp video calling features in upcoming days.
As mentioned, recently the official Telegram Messenger Twitter handle has announced the new beta update. It also includes profile videos, group stats, 2GB file sharing option, improved People Nearby, and more.
Introducing Video Ca… *ah, no, not yet* Profile Videos, 2 GB File Sharing, Group Stats, improved People Nearby and more:https://t.co/CKCtsSRc0A
— Telegram Messenger (@telegram) July 26, 2020
Now, all the interested Telegram users can get an early taste of video call feature on the latest Telegram Beta version by enrolling for the beta program.
We have to wait for a while for the stable version release with a video calling option as the Telegram developers haven’t mentioned any expected stable release date yet.
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