After Whatsapp announced the change in its privacy settings, a slew of users migrated to Telegram making it one of the most popular IM applications. Since then Telegram has rolled out plenty of new features and now the blockchain-based application is working on the much-awaited group call and screen sharing feature.
Pavel Durov, the founder of Telegram, announced on his official Telegram channel that the platform is finally getting a group video calling feature next month, along with support for web-based video conferencing. He also talked about how they will be adding a “video dimension” to their voice chats in May and how this feature will make Telegram an even more powerful platform for group video calls.
Other features that will accompany group calls and screen sharing are encryption noise canceling, and support for desktop and tablet.
The new features will make their way to both iOS and Android next month.