Stay Up-To-Date with Your Chat Buddies with This Telegram-Based IM Client that Offers Secure Caching and Integration for My People

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Telegram Messenger people who run Windows 10 installations on their machines might be seeking for an integrated version of the aforementioned IM client. Enter Unigram, a Store App embodiment of the Telegram functionality, which was built explicitly for offering users the ability to benefit from their preferred Telegram features, all into a Windows 10 experience.

Sleek interface that provides an accessible feature layout for improving the overall IM use

The app comes sporting a subtle-colored interface, which works using a toggleable side panel that holds all of the features, neatly categorized into several entries. Initializing the application will prompt users for the creation of an account, which will be further customized as they go through each feature.

Telegram aliases can be added, for others to find Unigram users on the platform and standard features such as a short bio are also customizable. In terms of actual app adjustments, there is a multitude of available settings, and we could not find the lack of any particular extra ones.

Select a fresh set of emojis, manage chat groups, or define your preferred app theme in the advanced settings

Fun, themed stickers are offered as in-chat emojis, and the app even allows users to create their masks for the shared images, by using a primary, built-in editor feature. A custom, stickers bot offers support for artists to add their own sets, thus, enhancing the IM experience even more.

One feature that we found to be a bit bothersome was the fact that after the creation of new contacts, these would sometimes not appear in the list right away. Switching to a different feature and returning to the contacts list would solve this issue, but recurring, this might escalate into an unwanted bug.

Cool Telegram Messenger-based app that will offer Windows 10 users a great package

This Store app will allow Telegram users to integrate their IM experience with their desktop, making chatting with friends quickly and accessible.

We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Unigram and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂