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Sends a video file to your Telegram Desktop application. Send a Video Note As of v.4.0, Telegram clients support rounded square mp4 videos of up to 1 minute long.

If you're interested in an alternative to Viber or WhatsApp, Telegram Desktop might be a messenger application to look into.

Though not as widespread as other mobile messengers, Telegram Desktop has a focus more on security than widespread usage. All conversations conducted with this application use strong encryption, making it impossible for governments or hackers to access private conversations.

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As the name of the program might suggest, this is the desktop variant of a program that Android users might have on their cell phones. The application synchronizes easily and chats can be carried over from a cell to the desktop with Telegram Desktop.

Messages with this app are stored online, so both devices must have an Internet connection. With it, you can also store contacts, create groups of up to 200 people and create broadcast messages to 100. A library of emoticons are also included.

Telegram Desktop is useful because it can also share files including videos, photos, archives and even music.

The bottom line: Telegram Desktop is a messenger application like WhatsApp that was built with privacy and security in mind along with a ton of useful features.

Telegram Desktop 2.7.4 on 32-bit and 64-bit PCs

This download is licensed as freeware for the Windows (32-bit and 64-bit) operating system on a laptop or desktop PC from instant messaging software without restrictions. Telegram Desktop 2.7.4 is available to all software users as a free download for Windows. As an open source project, you are free to view the source code and distribute this software application freely.

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Telegram is a cloud-based cross-platform instant messaging service with optional end-to-end encryption. Account creation requires a phone number.

The official clients are open-source but the code for recent versions is not always immediately published. The server-side code is proprietary.

Installation

You can use one of following methods in order to use Telegram:

Chat client plugins

  • By using telegram-purpleAUR or telegram-purple-gitAUR packages, connection to Telegram through (graphical or command-line) messenger softwares based on libpurple such as Pidgin is provided.
  • Messaging apps that are using Telepathy such as empathyAUR (the default messenger for GNOME) can make use of telepathy-haze package, which provides possibility of using libpurple and thus telegram-purpleAUR to connect Telegram.
  • In the KDE desktop environment using telepathy-morse provides capability of connecting the default messenger to Telegram.

Graphical clients

The official application:

  • telegram-desktop — built by Arch Linux
  • telegram-desktop-binAUR — built by upstream

Third-party clients:

  • kepka-gitAUR
  • kotatogram-desktop-binAUR, kotatogram-desktopAUR, kotatogram-desktop-dynamic-binAUR

Command-line clients

  • telegram-cli-gitAUR provides command-line interface to connect and use Telegram. For more information about the program, visit the program page on Github.
  • nctelegram-gitAUR is a command-line interface for Telegram based on Ncurses and needs telegram-cli-gitAUR to run. For more information about the program, visit the program page on Github.
  • telegram-tgAUR Telegram terminal client. For more information about the program, visit the program page on Github.
  • python-telegram-sendAUR, not a full client but a command-line tool to directly send messages or files via Telegram.
  • telega.el - GNU Emacs Telegram client.
  • TelegramTUI - terminal Telegam client with a pseudo-graphic GUI

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Web-based clients

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  • The official Telegram Web.
  • franzAUR is an open-source web-based application that can be used for web-based interface of various instant messaging software such as Telegram, WhatsApp, Facebook, and more.
  • rambox-binAUR is an alternative to Franz, also open source. It offers all features of its counterpart.
  • Use Telegram Desktop addons for Firefox, to connect to Telegram in your browser via web interface.
  • Use Telegram Chrome app for Chromium, to connect to Telegram in your browser via web interface.
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Tips and tricks

GTK dialogs in Telegram Desktop

If you want to use GTK file dialogs instead of Qt ones, install xdg-desktop-portal and xdg-desktop-portal-gtk (recommended) or set TDESKTOP_USE_GTK_FILE_DIALOGenvironment variable to 1. See the relevant upstream wiki page for details.

SVG icon theme in Telegram Desktop

If you want to use an icon theme based on svg image (e.g. papirus-icon-theme) install qt5-svg. See Qt#Icon theme is not applied for details.

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Wayland support

See Wayland#Qt for instructions.

Telegram resources about Arch Linux

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  • Arch Linux - Unofficial group for discussing everything about Arch Linux.
  • ArchWikiBot - Inline bot for searching through ArchWiki pages.
  • Planet Arch Linux & News - Channel with recent Planet Arch updates and Latest News in one place.
  • Arch Linux: Recent package updates - Channel with recent package updates in Arch Linux repositories.
  • Arch Linux News - Channel with news from Arch web site (not updated since 2018).
  • Planet Arch - Channel with posts from Planet Arch web site (not updated since 2018).

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