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Telegram introduces Telegram WebK and Telegram WebZ

Telegram, a popular messaging service, has launched two web applications. Although there has always been a web version of the messaging app, it has never been as popular as the mobile app in recent months. Since, unlike the mobile app, it was rarely updated, the former web app had long lags. Telegram, on the other hand, has launched two new apps: Telegram WebK and Telegram WebZ.

Telegram’s web version lacked certain basic features. On the messaging app, users were unable to send even basic stickers, and they were unable to make video calls. On the other hand, new online apps are here to fill the void. Telegram’s decision to release two separate applications rather than a single app with all of the features is uncertain. At first glance, the apps tend to be identical.

Telegram introduces Telegram WebK and Telegram WebZ 2
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WebK and Webz have two separate developers, according to Android Headlines, but they all function in the same way. The two applications’ user interfaces are only slightly dissimilar.

Telegram’s mobile applications lack the ability to make voice calls, which is a significant feature. Surprisingly, Telegram’s rival WhatsApp had introduced the function for its web users a few months prior. Telegram can release an update in the near future, but in the meantime, you can check out the redesigned web apps on Telegram’s official website. There are links to all versions of Telegram.

According to a TestingCatalog post, Telegram is testing the ability to schedule voice chats in channels. The feature is currently only available in Telegram’s beta edition, however it may be released in the near future as part of the Telegram v7.7.0 update.

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