Telegram app templates

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Basic Telegram Bot

A good starting point for a telegram bot.

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Basic Telegram Bot

A good starting point for a telegram bot.

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Emoji Financial News Bot

This app creates a Telegram bot that fetches the latest financial news from Bloomberg's RSS feed, analyzes the news titles using LLM ability, and shares it with users in the form of emoji representations. The user will be asked for their API token when they run the app.

Python
Telegram

Simple Telegram Bot

Simple Telegram Bot is a simple example Telegram bot that can receive and send messages, and handle a custom command /hey which responds with "What's up?".

Telegram

Emoji Financial News Bot

This app creates a Telegram bot that fetches the latest financial news from Bloomberg's RSS feed, analyzes the news titles using LLM ability, and shares it with users in the form of emoji representations. The user will be asked for their API token when they run the app.

Python
Telegram

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Telegram is a cloud-based instant messaging app that focuses on speed and security. It was developed by Pavel Durov and his brother Nikolai Durov, who also co-founded the social networking site VKontakte. Telegram was launched in 2013 and has gained popularity for its privacy features and user-friendly interface.

One of the key features of Telegram is its strong emphasis on security. It uses end-to-end encryption for secret chats, which means that only the sender and recipient can read the messages. Telegram also offers a self-destruct timer for messages, where you can set a time limit after which the messages will automatically disappear from both devices.

Telegram allows users to create groups with up to 200,000 members, making it suitable for large communities and organizations. It also supports channels, which are one-way communication platforms where admins can broadcast messages to a large number of subscribers.

In addition to text messaging, Telegram supports voice and video calls, file sharing, and multimedia messaging. It also has a built-in photo and video editor, as well as a sticker platform where users can create and share their own stickers.

Telegram is available on various platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows, macOS, and Linux. It also has a web version that can be accessed through any web browser.

Overall, Telegram offers a secure and feature-rich messaging experience, making it a popular choice for individuals and groups who value privacy and functionality.

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