Nanogram Messenger puts Telegram on your watch and doesn't need your iPhone

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Nanogram Messenger is a new Apple Watch app that puts the popular messaging app Telegram right onto your wrist. What's more, the app doesn't need your iPhone to be nearby for it to work, either.

By using Telegram's API rather than connecting to the Telegram app on your iPhone, Nanogram Messenger can work even when you leave your iPhone at home. That's a huge deal for people who go for runs and whatnot wearing their watch, but like to leave their iPhone at home.

And... my new app is out! 🚀

If you’ve even been frustrated by how slow Telegram is on Apple Watch, or that it simply doesn’t work *at all* without your phone around (!), check out Nanogram.

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— Kosta Eleftheriou (@keleftheriou) July 29, 2021

A fast, standalone Telegram app that works without your phone. Send, receive, and see all your messages right from your wrist – even when you don't have your phone around! Experience the freedom of going truly phone-less with just your Apple Watch, while staying connected to your friends & family.

Nanogram also supports the FlickType Swipe Keyboard, for faster & more private replies on the go.

Nanogram Messenger also integrates FlickType, a swipe keyboard that's designed to make it easy to enter text on an Apple Watch.

You can download Nanogram Messenger from the App Store right now. It's a free download, but you'll obviously need to have a Telegram account in order to use it. Don't worry, they're free as well.

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