Telegram Bots are Telegram accounts run by software rather than people, and they frequently include AI elements. A Telegram bot communicates with users using text messages and JSON-encoded inline-button callbacks.
Users can post images, sounds, and videos to the bot or download them to their computers or mobile phones. They can do everything, including teaching, playing, searching, broadcasting, reminding, connecting, integrating with other services, and even sending commands to the Internet of Things. They can personalize keyboards, create cat memes on demand, and even accept payments and serve as a virtual storefront.
What Telegram bots can do for you?
Send a term to @ImageBot, and it will return a suitable image.
Test your trivia knowledge with @TriviaBot, or join groups to compete with your friends.
To generate polls, add @PollBot to group chats.
Discover and rate new stickers with @RateStickerBot.
Set a time for @AlertBot to give you a reminder for whatever you choose.
This Tinder-like dating bot, @HotOrBot, can help you make pals.
Follow @GithubBot to stay up to date on GitHub.
Find and rate new bots with @StoreBot.
If you’re an engineer, go to Introduction to Bots to learn how to generate a key using @BotFather and control your bot with a basic https API. In addition, all bots’ profiles include an Add To Group and a Share option. When users share your bot on Telegram or other platforms, you can add a description and a link to it.