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Unigram, is the unofficial Telegram client for Windows 10 users. The Unigram team has recently released its Unigram X app which has features similar to the Telegram app on iOS and Android.

The developer team has released new updates to the app for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile with new features regularly bringing it on par with the Official Telegram App on iOS and Android.

Today the team has released another new update for its Unigram X app for Windows 10 users. The latest update comes with some minor new features along with the usual bug fixes and performance improvements.

After the latest update users will now be able to silent chats so that they will be able to focus on some important conversations they are involved in. This option is basically useful for users who regular use their mobile during business or work hours.

A new compact mode has also been introduced with the latest update which now lets users to display only the profile images depending on the size of the window.

Opening your photos and videos in full screen is now also possible after the latest update and users will also be able to zoom in a full screen media file by using the device’s touch.

These are some of the minor features which have been added to the Windows 10 users in the latest update. The update also comes with the usual set of bug fixes and performance improvements to the application.

The app can also be used offline because each time a user opens the chat it is cached on your device which is used when the device is not connected to internet. The Unigram X app also supports end to end encryption which can be enabled for conversation by using the ‘secret chat’ feature.

The latest update to the Unigram X app is currently live in the Microsoft Store and can be downloaded by clicking the below Store link.

Download Unigram X for Windows 10

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