Telegram’s Humorous comments on WhatsApp | WhatsApp New Features: WhatsApp, the most popular messaging app, launched a change to its privacy last week, which has drawn strong criticism from users.
The company’s authority over user data will increase, and businesses will be able to store and manage WhatsApp chats using Facebook’s services.
Most of the users are angry over this change of WhatsApp and they also expressed their anger on the social networking website Twitter.
And the new policy has seen an increase in download rates for alternative messaging apps, including Telegram and Signal.
Telegram’s Humorous comments on WhatsApp | WhatsApp New Features
The messaging service Telegram shared a meme on its official Twitter account in which two Spider-Man men were pointing at each other, one with Facebook on his head and the other with a WhatsApp icon.
In another tweet, Telegram also shared a funny gif about WhatsApp’s new policy.
This shows that Telegram is targeting the policy of WhatsApp users in a humorous way when they turn to other messaging apps.
Telegram also responded to some tweets based on WhatsApp’s comparison to Telegram.
A user named Tedros wrote that the only thing that stopped them from going to the telegram was a large number of stickers.
To which Telegram replied that any sentence which has more stickers and does not contain the Telegram has no reason to do so.
Another Twitter user, Gabe, said don’t forget to include Instagram as well, to which Telegram said that “Instagram is trying to give pictures to Jonah Jameson (the comic character in Spider).”
After his tweet, the number of new users on the signal increased so much that the registration of new users was also delayed.