Telegram App to soon launch group video calls for its users: Pavel Durov

Messaging app Telegram is all set to introduce group video calls for its users in May, including support for web-based videoconferencing. Telegram CEO Pavel Durov made the announcement via a message posted to his official Telegram channel where he wrote "we will be adding a video dimension to our voice chats in May, making Telegram a powerful platform for group video calls".

“Screen sharing, encryption, noise-cancelling, desktop and tablet support – everything you can expect from a modern video conferencing tool, but with Telegram-level UI, speed and encryption. Stay tuned!” the CEO added. The company originally planned to add the video call feature to its messaging service at some point in 2020.

Earlier, the Encrypted messaging app, Telegram, also announced a new update to add more improvements to voice chats and a host of additional features. The new update brings Payments 2.0 for all Telegram chats, Scheduling and Mini Profiles for Voice Chats, new Telegram apps for your browser and more.

Telegram often taunts rivals over their tardiness to add new features but on video calls it has been a laggard, only adding the ability to make one-on-one video calls last August, TechCrunch reported.

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