(Last Updated On: January 4, 2020)
Multiple Accounts on Android via Telegram; Quick Replies on iOS and Android
As new year started, telegram has also started its new version i.e, version 4.7. This updated version support for multiple accounts using different phone numbers and a quick-reply action within chats. Its iOS counterpart has brought four different themes and various accent colors. This also includes quick replies as on WhatsApp, for both Android and iOS devices.
The latest version of Telegram allow the user to add three accounts linked to different phone numbers to their app. This update is very beneficial for the user who was relying on things like parallel apps or app cloning to access multiple Telegram accounts on a single phone up until now.
Version 4.7 also brings a quick-reply feature, which lets users swipe left on a specific message to start a reply. According to the telegram, its new version gives its users features they’ve been asking for.
This new updated version of telegram has relevant options which let the iOS devices to change its looks. For this, you need to visit the Appearance settings and then you have to choose between four themes. It also includes a minimalistic “Day” and two dark themes – namely “Night” and “Night Blue”. Its day theme also let you change its view by picking a suitable accent color for the entire app.
Its latest version is available in the play store as well as you can also find it in APK Mirror.
Users can feel same enjoyment as WhatsApp because the staff of telegram has also added reinforce for speedy replies or each Android and iOS gadgets. It also provides textual content, emoji, sticky label or GIF for briefly respond to any message.
Its main feature is that it is available for both
Android and iOS by way of Google Play and App Store, respectively.
Its starting week is after the Telegram v4.6 that introduced options similar to auto-downloading media, higher hyperlink previews, albums in Secret Chats, stepped forward safety, and embeds for messages from public teams and channel.