telegram is messenger Updates Its iPhone and iPad apps come with a slew of new features, including a new download manager, redesigned attachments menu, support for live streaming with third-party apps, and more.
Telegram users can send any type of files up to 2GB and access them from any device, with no cloud storage limits, which has made filesizes more popular on the platform.
To that end, when files are actively downloading, a new icon now appears in the search bar that users can tap to view and manage downloads, stop all downloads or just individual items. and resume, and choose one to increase your priority or view it. a chat.
Meanwhile, a completely redesigned attachment menu appears when sending multiple photos or videos. Users can tap the “X selected” (being the number of items) at the top of the panel to preview how the album will look in chat when sent, as well as rearrange or delete selected media.
Elsewhere, version 8.6 of Telegram integrates an in-app camera option into the gallery, while a new navigation bar provides quick access to photos, files, location sharing, and more.
Also in the latest update is the ability for users to create a unique @username from the Settings page, providing an easy way for others to search or contact them via their t.me/username link without having to share their phone number. does.
In addition, Telegram now supports the use of third-party streaming tools such as OBS Studio and XSplit to broadcast live video, allowing users to add overlays and multi-screen layouts for a more professional look.
Finally, the web preview of t.me links has been given a facelift, including chat backgrounds and design elements from the fully-featured Telegram web client.
Telegram version 8.6 is Available now on App Store For iPhone and iPad.