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Install latest Telegram Desktop Messenger App on Linux

Telegram Desktop Messenger is an open-source and cross platform Telegram client for Linux. Telegram is a messaging app with a focus on speed and security, it’s superfast, simple and free. You can use Telegram on all your devices at the same time — your messages sync seamlessly across any of your phones, tablets or computers.

Telegram Desktop Messenger Features

  • Connect from most remote locations
  • Coordinate groups of up to 5000 members
  • Synchronize your chats across all your devices
  • Send documents of any type
  • Encrypt personal and business secrets
  • Destruct your messages with a timer
  • Store your media in the cloud
  • Build your own tools on our API
  • Enjoy feedback from your customers
  • Telegram messages are heavily encrypted and can self-destruct
  • Telegram lets you access your messages from multiple devices
  • Telegram delivers messages faster than any other application
  • Telegram servers are spread worldwide for security and speed
  • Telegram has an open API and protocol free for everyone
  • Telegram is free forever. No ads. No subscription fees
  • Telegram keeps your messages safe from hacker attacks
  • Telegram has no limits on the size of your media and chats

Latest Telegram Desktop 0.10.16 changelog

  • New audio player design

Windows and Linux:

  • Quick reply from notifications
  • Hide all notifications button added
  • Change notifications location and maximum count

Windows 10:

  • Respecting quiet hours for the notifications


  • You can enable native notifications in Settings

How to Install Telegram Desktop 0.10.16 on Ubuntu 17.04, Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 15.04, Ubuntu 14.04

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:atareao/telegram

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install telegram

Install Telegram Desktop on Fedora 22

sudo dnf install dnf-plugins-core

sudo dnf copr enable rommon/telegram

sudo dnf install telegram-desktop

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