WhatsApp competitor, Telegram launches its official app on Windows Phone

By May 29th, 2014 AT 1:22 AM

WhatsApp has almost covered the complete instant messaging market but that doesn’t mean that there is no room for competition. WhatsApp’s new competitor, Telegram has now launched its official app for Windows Phone. The speciality of Telegram is that all the data is stored on cloud, is decentralised and is secured via 256-bit encryption.

Telegram App For Windows Phone
Telegram App For Windows Phone

This app offers almost all the features that we’ve grown accustomed while using WhatsApp. Messages sent by Telegram are relatively faster.

Computer science engineer turned technology blogger. Following consumer electronics industry closely from 2006, he can now predict pretty much where the market is heading. He has a dream to own Android, Windows Phone and iOS smartphones all at the same time.

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Keshav Jha

I like Viber only & don’t need so many apps for the same purpose. But Windows phone 8.1 is really superb, a true competitor for Android.

Venkat
Venkat

Whan will be WhatsApp available on windows phone. Really frustrated with WhatsApp and Windows phone team attitude towards the issue. Removed app without prior notification, not no information about the status. I think telegram entered windows app store at correct time.

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