telegram-logoTelegram users rocking a Windows desktop will want to grab the latest update. Among other things, the ability to edit text and messages, from anywhere, for up to two days after they’re sent.

The “other things” eluded to above include:

  • Inline bot shortcuts can now be found in the attachment menu
  • Mentions by typing “@” and selecting them from a list

Furthermore, Windows Phone users get the above updated features as well as the ability to find inline bot shortcuts via the attachment menu ¬†and faster searching of friends/users/contacts via the “People List” in search.

Messaging clients are a dime a dozen these days, especially with giants including iMessage, Hangouts, Facebook Messenger, Line, and WhatsApp. But amongst them all, Telegram is slowly but surely and continually improving itself and the apps across the various platforms it supports. If you haven’t tried Telegram yet you really should.

Telegram for Windows (desktop)

Via: Windows Central

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