Whatsapp has been a famous platform for many users to communicate in a private environment. In fact, the end to end encryption of WhatsApp had previously made it the most preferred form of an app to be used for private communication.
However, recently, Telegram has taken over again as many users decide to put their trust in it.
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Users, however, are no comfortable with their data being shared with WhatsApp’s parent company – Facebook.
Telegram takes over.
Telegram is another End to end encrypted messenger app which gives users a trustworthy platform to communicate with each other.
Telegram is an app by Pavel Durov which was started and made in Russia. However, it was banned shortly after because it was not cooperating with companies.
Recently, the ban was lifted again, and the app, not only in Russia but also in many other countries is starting to be used again. In the last 72 hours, over 25 million have registered themselves. This shows that telegram might be the new refuge that people are looking for while shifting from WhatsApp.
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