In addition to its third-party clients, secure and privacy-respecting messaging client Telegram officially released a desktop client last month. However, it seems that developers are obsessed with the messaging service. There is a new Qt based client ready for download.
The name Cutegram seems to be quite justified for the app. It uses the latest Qt libraries (version 5) and the most popular iconset (Faenza) available for Linux.
- File sending and receiving
- Secret chat (Experimental)
- Native desktop notification
- Customizable fonts
- System tray icon
- Modern GUI. Integrates with Unity. Gnome, KDE and other desktops.
- Drag and drop support to forward, delete messages and send files
- Twitter emojies
- Beautiful and smooth user interface using QML technology
- Packages for generic Linux and Ubuntu available
- Open Source and free
Packages are available for download on the Cutegram website.