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The developer team behind Unigram, the unofficial Telegram Client for Windows 10 Mobile and PC has pushed out a major update for its Unigram app. The app has been bumped to new version 0.10.849.

The update comes with lots of new features for Windows 10 Mobile and PC users. The latest update brings Photo groupings option to the Unigram application. Users will now be able to¬† group media into an album before sharing multiple photos and videos. You would need to first select two or more images or videos to share, then select the squares shown on the top right and then tap on the ok option and select the “Show photos as one Message” checkbox before posting.

You will now be able to forward or save received or sent messages to the Saved Messages folder which works on similar lines to the Favorite Section. You will also be able to retrieve or access the saved messages directly from chats lists or settings.

The team has also made improvements to the search options with letting users find faster bots and public channels by typing their titles in search. You will also be able to pin the important chats, but only if you are an administrator. Importing contacts from your Phone book to Telegram is also been added with the latest update.

The Update is a major one with lots of new features accompanied by the usual set of bug fixes and performance improvements to the application available as a Universal Application on both Windows 10 Mobile and PC.

You can download the latest Unigram update for Windows 10 Mobile and PC by clicking the below Microsoft Store link.

Download Unigram for Windows 10

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