If we do the research of messaging applications there will be a list of messaging apps going on, and on, and on. There is one name on said list that should not go unnoticed: Telegram, a messaging app that’s been around us from 2013.
In the beginning, despite being a comparative newcomer to the IM game, Telegram managed to pull the attention of a very large masses. Take a look beneath to find out how successful Telegram has become since it was launched in August 2013, and to reveal lots of interesting facts about this messaging app.
Telegram has 100m Active Users every month on an increasing rate –
Telegram has exceeded 100 million monthly engaged users and that 350,000 new users register themselves each day.
Telegram users till now –
More than 400Million Users Globally
15 Billion+ Messages Transmitted Every Day
The Telegraph made another reporting on Tuesday. That Telegram transmits 15 billion+ messages every day.
0$ used on Advertising
When Telegram declares that their app has 100 million existing users and they are those users who send 15 billion texts per day, you can’t aid but consider “how much did they spend on promotion?” In Telegram’s case, the answer is 0$.
Telegram did not contribute money to advertising. Telegram believed its users to broadcast the word, and it worked.
Telegram was made from the requirement to take the secret agencies out
Telegram takes privacy sincerely, using strong encryption to defend your messages. Why? To hold the Russian security bureaus out. Nikolai Durov once said that he set out to create a messenger application that the Russian security bureaus could not enter.
To confirm that it can keep out unspecified would-be snooper, Telegram went as far as to promote a competition and offer a $200,000 prize to the one who could crack the app’s encryption. No one succeeded.
Telegram will never show ads
Telegram is free, exactly like various other messaging apps. Unlike other messaging apps, Telegram will never ask you to put up with advertisements. Telegram pledges to remain free forever and never exhibit any advertisements or ask you to pay for a subscription.
“Telegram is free and will stay free — no advertisements, no subscription fees, forever,” says Telegram’s FAQ.