What is telegram?
Telegram is a free messaging app that works across multiple devices, offering no limits on media sizes, end-to-end encryption via “secret chats” and a whopping 200,000 person group chat capacity. The app even has a Bot API, allowing developers to create their own bots for their chats.
What is telegram doing with far-right users?
Telegram, a Dubai-based chat app that has attracted a surge of new users, including some far-right Trump supporters fleeing purges at other sites, has begun a rare purge of American extremist content.
What are the pros and cons of telegram?
Telegram lets you access your chats from multiple devices. Telegram delivers messages faster than any other application. Telegram has no limits on the size of your media and chats. Telegram has an open API and source code free for everyone. Telegram keeps your messages safe from hacker attacks.
What apps do we really need to replace telegram?
We need apps that emphasize user privacy, make encryption an exciting feature, and strive for profitability without selling out its users in the process. But more than that, we need apps and services that are better than Telegram. Ones that are community-powered, like Mastodon and the fediverse.