The year has started almost a month and a half ago, but Telegram had not yet released an update. This is relatively surprising given the number of updates we receive annually from the messaging app. Finally, a few hours ago we received the first Telegram update of the year with ten key developments that serve as an appetizer for the large number of functions that they have prepared for us to launch throughout 2023. Among them we have the possibility of translate entire chats, generate custom profile photos, the categories of emojis and the arrival of beautiful data consumption statistics. After the jump more information about the new version.
New features keep popping up on Telegram
As we have been saying, the new Telegram update has arrived on the App Store and does it with ten great novelties The first of these is the possibility of generating personalized profile photos from a sticker or animated emoji. These photos can be put as a profile or as a group or channel image. And also this tool can be used by all users regardless of whether they have Telegram Premium or not.
Telegram presents its payment options under the Premium standard
Until now we could also translate messages individually. However, the novelty falls on the ability to translate entire chats directly at the push of a button. But this novelty it is limited for the Premium subscription. To access the function we will have to click on the translation bar located at the top of the chat and select the translation and the output language.
The possibility of integrating categories within stickers or emojis from emoticons is also added. In this way we can better order these elements that we use daily. also integrates a new data usage menu with a large number of statistics to see how much mobile data or Wi-Fi data we have spent ordered according to the type of content to download, send or receive.
There are many other functions that you can review on the official Telegram blog such as customizing content posting permissions for users in groups. In this way, we will be able to determine what content users can send: voice messages, videos, messages, music, files, etc.