Telegram for desktop get calls support on the latest version. Starting today all users can initiate and receive calls on the official Telegram desktop app. The update is available for all users at the time of writing this post.
The update is available as a 14MB package for Mac OS version of Telegram and will enable users to make crystal-clear, secure voice calls with other Telegram users. This is the first of the kind for a instant messenger to announce voice calls on the native computer apps. WhatsApp has been having a native computer app for sometime now, but has been lacking the ability to make and receive calls since long, and it’s unsure if Facebook will be announcing this on the native desktop app anytime soon.
Telegram 2.98 for Mac brings this feature and works similar to regular Telegram messaging workflow – that is, if you receive a Telegram voice call from someone, you can answer the call on any of the device that has your Telegram account logged in with, even the desktop version.
Telegram launches calls back in March and has been accepted far and wide for clear voice transmission. It’s current favorite voice app. The desktop calls feature was supposedly to be announced in April, but the team had been testing this internally and is available for all users now. If you do not see the update, launch the settings section of the Telegram app on your computer and check for updates.