Telegram CEO Pavel Durov announced today that the iOS version of Telegram will be updated to support group video calls in May. The company originally planned to lunch this feature at some point in 2020, but it was never materialized. Telegram at least made it into the new year with one video call addition: end-to-end encrypted one-on-one video calls.
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Telegram has grown significantly over the pandemic, taking advantage of working from home and the general desire to stay connected securely. The company announced it reached 400 million monthly active users in April 2020, up from 200 million in 2018.