An international freemium, cross-platform, encrypted, cloud-based, and centralised instant messaging (IM) service is Telegram Messenger. Additionally, this programme offers optional video calling, VoIP, file sharing, end-to-end encrypted conversations (also known as secret chats), and other capabilities.
End-to-end encrypted chats are an optional feature of Telegram. ISPs and other network users cannot access data since cloud chats and groups are encrypted between the client and the server. Users may share an infinite amount of photographs, documents, user locations, animated stickers, contacts, and audio files. They can also send text messages, voice messages, and conduct voice and video conversations. A user can subscribe to channels.
You may form groups for up to 200,000 individuals or channels for broadcasting to an unlimited number of people. You can also exchange messages, photographs, videos, and files of any kind. You may write to the individuals on your phone contacts list and look them up by username.
Telegram allows you to connect with anyone, even if you don't know their phone number. Compared to WhatsApp, many users believe Telegram to be a safer and more private app. However, end-to-end encryption for chats is a crucial component that Telegram is missing when it comes to protecting user data. Accordingly, Telegram has access to user communications that are kept on the server.
In contrast to WhatsApp, where we cannot contact with users by user name, Telegram allows user name communication without a cell number. Telegram has a private conversation feature. Both voice calls and video calls are supported by Telegram. Compared to WhatsApp, many users believe Telegram to be a safer and more private app.