Apple Stalled Telegram’s Update Over Emoji

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The CEO of Telegram, Pavel Durov, appealed for assistance yesterday.  According to Durov,  A fresh app update has been blocked by Apple for weeks. Even worse, it did so without a single justification.

“Apple got back to us with a demand to dumb down our planned Telegram upgrade by eliminating Telemoji — higher quality vector-animated versions of the normal emoji,” Durov tweeted on his Telegram channel on Friday. “After substantial media coverage of my previous post,” he continued. Telemoji would have added a completely new dimension to Apple’s static, low-resolution emoji and would have greatly improved their ecosystem, thus this is a curious move on their part.

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In a video, Durov himself was seen talking about the new Telegram update

In a little video that Durov released along with his post, the Telemoji can be seen Personally, I think the Telemoji is a lot of fun. I really appreciate how they breathe new life into the static emoji faces I’ve been accustomed to. However, I assume Apple objected to a different firm changing its designs in this way. It may be the reason it ordered Telegram to take Telemoji out of the update. A request for comment was not immediately answered by Apple or Telegram.

As part of a quality of life upgrade, the app will now have dedicated tabs for stickers, GIFs, and emojis. Users should find it easier to locate the precise item they need to express themselves as a result.

The privacy settings for premium customers will be increased, and they will be able to restrict who can send them voice and video communications. Additionally, Premium subscribers will now be able to give away prepaid subscriptions for three, six, or even twelve months.

Users can submit and utilize unique emojis in chats with friends if they subscribe to Telegram’s freshly released $4.99 Premium service. 

Telegram is starting out by providing 10 custom packs with more than 500 emoji. Any animated emoji can be seen by free users, who can also utilize them in saved messages. Let’s hope that matters between Telegram and Apple don’t get worse in the future.

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