Telegram’s move to Swift on iOS promises a more battery-friendly app

Since January, Telegram has operated two versions of its messaging app on Android and iOS: the original and an experimental one called Telegram X. The app was rewritten from scratch for X; it’s built on Apple’s Swift programming language on iOS and t…

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