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Telegram Gets Ability to Retract Messages Within 48 Hours, Network Usage Section, and More

Telegram Gets Ability to Retract Messages Within 48 Hours, Network Usage Section, and More
Highlights
  • The update is available on App Store as well as Google Play
  • Network usage section allows users to keep track of data consumption
  • App now remembers scroll position on Android

Popular messaging app Telegram has announced its version v.3.16 update, which adds the ability to retract messages sent from the app within 48 hours of being sent. The update is already available and can be downloaded from both App Store and Google Play.

Apart from the ability to retract messages, the latest Telegram update adds a Network Usage section to the app that allows users to keep a track of their data consumption on various network modes. While the iOS update adds the Picture-in-Picture mode for the videos on Instant View pages, the Android update carries along a host of changes to the app.

Telegram's latest update on Android enables the app to remember the scroll position when switching to another chat and back. Further, messages from one sender are grouped together and a floating date on the top of the screen (while scrolling) has been added for easier navigation. Further, the recently downloaded files are now shown while choosing the option to share.

The ability to send GIFs from Gboard keyboard has been added to the Android app. Android 7.1 Nougat users will now be able to find a fast action menu from the home screen as well.

"The cowboy, the clown, and the sick face emoji (also known as the 'exfoliating green tea mask face' emoji) have found their way to Android. We support all of them now," the company said in its blog post.

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