Telegram desktop app has been updated with a new chat folders feature and sidebar. In this post we show you what chat folders look like and how to use it.
The Telegram messaging app has added advanced poll options and message scheduling to its desktop client, which is available for Windows, macOS and Linux.
Telegram v1.9.3 has been released with support for autoplaying video in chats and channels, as well as spell check on modern operating systems.
Messaging scheduling is among the new features added to the hugely popular Telegram messaging service. Telegram 1.8.3 (v5.11 on mobile) introduces the ability to schedule messages. This feature could prove particularly useful for Telegram group […]
Learn how to install Telegram on Ubuntu and Linux Mint in 4 different ways with our guide to installing the Telegram messenger on the Linux desktop.
Telegram has updated its mobile and desktop apps with a number of small improvements. Telegram 1.3.13 on desktop gains a new night time theme, options to set notification exceptions, and the long-sought ability to export chat […]
Linux users love Telegram — and I know that because I’m one of them! Telegram is a cross-platform messaging service analogous to WhatsApp, but with a much broader set of features. You can have public […]
This posts shows you how to replace the colorful Telegram tray icon on Linux with a GNOME Shell colored white set. It's a simple tweak that anyone can do.
We've found an Ambiance Telegram theme that helps integrate the popular messaging service's desktop client with the Ubuntu desktop.
The official Telegram desktop app has been updated with support for voice calls. Voice calling works between Telegram's desktop and mobile apps.
Messaging app Telegram is rolling out encrypted voice calls to its mobile apps, but has confirmed that Telegram desktop will also get the feature.
Are you a KDE user of Telegram CLI? If so, OMG! reader Alessandro Longo has something you might want to use. He’s mailed in to link to a small service menu he’s written for the […]