WhatsApp will be discontinued on BlackBerry and Nokia operating systems by 2017

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WhatsApp will be discontinued on BlackBerry and Nokia operating systems by 2017

Whatsapp with over over One Billion Active Users, Has announced that it will soon discontinued it App on BlackBerry and Nokia devices running those companies older operating systems.

WhatsApp’s announcement also includes Nokia’s low-end S40 and S60 Symbian platforms, as well as the older Android 2.2 and Windows Phone 7.1 operating systems. WhatsApp suggests “upgrading to a newer Android, iPhone, or Windows Phone” if you want to keep on using the service if not, you’ll need to find another messaging service by the end of the year, when the app will be officially discontinued on the older platforms. The announcement was made few days after celebrating its One Billion Active Users all over the world.


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  1. Hian,so every body should get beta phones??

  2. Well they have all the right but they should also consider many things before making such decision.


  3. Amodu I guess the OS are warm out.

  4. Na wa ooo.. So they think dey don hammer or wat? Wat if half of that billion active users are using such phones? If dey refuse to upgrade dia phones, the number of their active users will drop. Well, na dem sabi.


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