WhatsApp Will No Longer Works On These Smart Phones

WhatsApp will no longer work on Blackberry

If you use the WhatsApp, then you should know that millions of users around the world will lose access to this app at the end of this month. Yes, WhatsApp will no longer be able to work on multiple phones, because the world’s most popular messenger has decided to end up support for such devices. In this regard, the WhatsApp announced last year but put it in the pending.

According to the WhatsApp, the WhatsApp support will be terminated in the BlackBerry operating system, BlackBerry 10 and Windows 8.0 and earlier devices on December 31, 2017, after which the chat app cannot be used on them. This support was to be ended in December last year, but it was first put in June and then for December 2017. Similarly, the WhatsApp in Nokia S40 will be terminated by December 31, 2018, while support in Android version 2.3.7 and earlier, this support will be terminated by February 1, 2020.

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WhatsApp will no longer works on these mobile phones

According to the WhatsApp, since we no longer develop these platforms more efficiently, some features can stop working at any time. This decision by the WhatsApp will affect every Blackberry phone, whether it is in the new Blackberry 10 system. As well as running a Windows 8.1 or earlier operating system, the WhatsApp will end up supporting. The number of users using all of these devices is in millions and they will definitely be affected by this decision.

Last year, the WhatsApp said in its statement that although these mobile devices are an important part of our success, these phones do not have the features that can expand our app features in the future. WhatsApp said that consumers using this phone should move to new devices before the end of the year. According to the statement, this decision was very difficult for us, but it was necessary for people to provide better facilities to communicate their friends. The company said this service will help increase the security of services and new features in the service.


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