Graph Messenger (aka-Telegraph) is a messaging client that’s based on the Telegram API. It adds some very interesting features to the already extensive list of those offered by Telegram. Read on to discover some of the most interesting ones.
The most attractive feature Graph Messenger offers is definitely its integrated download manager. Thanks to this feature, you can manage and automate a download queue. This is especially useful if you’re subscribed to channels that distribute digital content since in many cases, you’ll be downloading multiple files over 1GB. With the download manager, this will no longer be a problem.
Other interesting features Graph Messenger offers include the possibility to configure a secret section within your messaging client. You can only access this secure area using a password or pattern you’ve set up yourself. Likewise, you can also ‘lock’ any conversation. This way, if you have a particular conversation you want to keep private, you can make sure that you’re the only one who can open it.
More features that are a bit more fun than useful, include the option to make drawings within conversations, use voice changers to send audio messages, or customize the look of the interface to your own personal preferences. You can even establish ‘special contacts.’ When one of your ‘special contacts’ is online, you’ll get a notification.
Graph Messenger is an excellent alternative client for Telegram that, unlike other similar apps that don’t offer anything new, brings you tons of interesting improvements.