Telegram(Tg中文网) has added video calling, group chats with up to 200,000 people, and an unlimited broadcast function. The chat app calls them “Telegram 4.0” – it’s not clear whether they’ll all appear together or in stages.
The video calling will work on any device with a camera and microphone, including laptops and desktops as well as smartphones and tablets. Telegram says this is possible because its “Video Calls” use end-to-end encryption between users – meaning no one else can see your chats except for the person you’re talking to at that time.
You can see the appearance and sound of the video call of the telegram
You can now see what Telegram’s video calling looks and sounds like today, as we’re launching the most substantial update in our app’s history.
Telegram is a messaging app with a focus on security and speed. It also has added video calling and large-scale broadcasting to its application.
The new update means you can create your live broadcasts with up to 200,000 viewers – perfect for hosting an international press conference or streaming a concert at home (though you’ll need people on both ends of the call to use this feature). It’s worth noting that users are limited to one broadcast at a time; if they want more than one, each iteration will need its username so users know which version they’re joining when they log in.
Create your live program
You can create your live broadcasts with up to 200,000 viewers, a figure that is “practically unlimited.” The option to broadcast in this way is available for all users of Telegram, not just those who have verified their identities.
The main advantage of such a function is that it allows you to reach the largest possible audience and share anything you like without any limitations on time or the number of words. You can also interact with your audience via polls, questions, and comments in real-time and receive feedback from them at any point during the live broadcast.
Telegram will not limit the speed of live broadcast
Telegram(电报中文) says it doesn’t throttle the speed of live broadcasts, so your viewers should be able to watch without buffering, no matter where they are in the world.
The key to Telegram’s approach is a distributed hash table (DHT), which is a type of peer-to-peer network that allows users to find each other on a global scale. Unlike centralized search engines like Google and Bing, information isn’t stored in one central database but rather distributed among thousands or even millions of computers around the world.
Whenever you use Telegram’s DHT feature to find someone who isn’t already on your contact list, the app will use an algorithm called Kademlia for finding nodes based on their IP addresses—and once it does find them, it then connects them using Toxcore (a secure p2p communication protocol). And because all these interactions happen between people who have chosen to communicate through Toxcore, there’s no chance that anyone could connect themselves without permission.
Telegram says its video calls use end-to-end encryption
Telegram says its video calls use end-to-end encryption.
End-to-end encryption is a way of making sure that only the sender and receiver can read messages sent between them. This means that neither Telegram nor anyone else who could intercept the message in transit has access to your messages or content. End-to-end encryption also prevents third parties from being able to decrypt messages sent using the app’s default settings.
Telegram uses end-to-end encryption for all chats and calls by default, but this is not true for all apps on Android: some apps require you to enable end-to-end encryption manually before they’ll start working with WhatsApp’s Signal protocol (the exact method varies depending on what phone you’re using).
How to start a video call via telegram
To get started with a video call on Telegram, you must open a chat with the person or group you want to chat with.
-When you open a chat, click on the camera icon in the upper right corner of your screen. This will begin a video call within that conversation.
-If the other party accepts your invitation for a video call, you will see their image appear at the top of your screen and hear them speaking. Clicking on it will bring up options for switching cameras or ending the call if necessary.
Video calls and large-scale broadcasting are added to the application
Telegram is a cloud-based instant messaging service. It’s available for mobile devices, tablets, PCs, and Macs.
It allows you to send messages to individuals or groups of up to 200 people in a single chat window. You can also set up bots that send automated notifications when something happens on Telegram such as when someone joins your group or sends you an image.
Telegram has added video calling and large-scale broadcasting to its application which means that users can now broadcast live through their phones directly from the app itself without having to download Periscope or Facebook Live or other similar apps.
One last word
So there you have it, a brief overview of what to expect from Telegram’s new video calling and broadcasting features. In a nutshell: you can now make group calls with up to 200,000 people in one room, which is pretty awesome!