Encrypted messaging app Telegram is launching a video conferencing feature in May.

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According to Telegram CEO Pavel Durov, the tool will include the typical features you’d find in a video conferencing service, such as noise cancellation and screen sharing, along with mobile, desktop, and tablet support. The company will add its own flavor to group video calls too. Calls will have the speed and encryption users expect from the platform, Durov wrote.

“Screen sharing, encryption, noise-canceling, desktop and tablet support — everything you can expect from a modern video conferencing tool, but with Telegram-level UI, speed, and encryption. Stay tuned!” he added.

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