(CTN News) – WhatsApp has consistently strived to enhance the user experience by Telegram introducing numerous updates, ensuring its position as the leading global messaging app.
Now, it aims to introduce a new feature that its primary competitor, Telegram, had previously incorporated and maintained as a unique offering for several years.
Let us delve into this particular feature and analyze its potential impact on our daily activities.
Version 1: Over the years, WhatsApp has closely observed the developments of Telegram, its biggest rival in the realm of instant messaging. As a result, WhatsApp has integrated some of the most significant features into its platform.
The Meta tool now allows users to move stickers, edit recently posted text for a short period, and even subscribe to and stay updated with the latest news through the channels section.
Considering all of these advancements, Telegram has consistently stayed ahead of the game, continuously reinventing itself to attract and entice WhatsApp users, although catching up to its level remains a challenge.
Telegram prioritizes user security and privacy,
Making it more than just a messaging app. It allows users to create unique usernames instead of sharing phone numbers, giving them control over their personal information.
All messages and calls are end-to-end encrypted, ensuring only the intended recipient can access them. The self-destruct timer for messages adds an extra layer of security, and secret chats are not stored on Telegram’s servers, making them inaccessible to unauthorized users.