The fact that Telegram users may transmit and receive files up to 2GB in size and access them from any device, with no restriction on cloud storage, has increased the platform’s popularity for downloading files.
Finally, a new icon has been added to the Search bar so that users can browse and manage downloads, stop or resume all downloads or just specific things, and choose one to boost its priority or view it in a conversation while it’s currently downloading.
In the meanwhile, when emailing several photographs or videos, a newly styled attachment choice displays. Users may rearrange or delete chosen media by tapping “X selected” (where X is the number of items) at the top of the panel.
In addition, Telegram’s gallery has been updated to include the in-app camera feature, and a new navigation bar makes it easier to access photographs, files, and location sharing.
Users may now establish a unique @username from the Settings page, making it easier for others to get in touch with them through Search or their t.me/username link without revealing their mobile phone number.
OBS Studio and XSplit may now be used to broadcast live video, enabling users to apply overlays and multi-screen layouts for a more professional appearance.
In addition, the online previews of t.me links now incorporate chat backdrops and other aesthetic elements taken from the Telegram Web app.