As more and more people sign up on Telegram after WhatsApp's data-sharing policy change, it has started rolling out new features to retain its customers.
Telegram, in a post on Twitter, said that its users could now delete messages, chats, call history, and groups that they created at any time.
"Deleted items completely disappear for all participants without a trace – your data is your business, and you have full control over it," it said.
Influencers will be able to offer perks to their subscribers for a fee ranging from $3-$10 per month
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Head of Facebook's crypto unit says company leaders feel committed to launch digital wallet, Novi, in 2021
"We're testing a feature for you to report Tweets that seem misleading - as you see them," says Twitter
The number of audio or video calls made on Messenger has surged since then to more than 150 million daily
TikTok will roll out a number of features in the coming months, including a default curb for 16 and 17-year-olds on...