WhatsApp will end support for Blackberry and Nokia by 2017

WhatsApp will end support for Blackberry and Nokia by 2017
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WhatsApp Messenger, the generally utilized Facebook claimed texting application, will drop support for a few versatile working frameworks from 2017, including some obsolete offerings. The greatest of these is BlackBerry 10 OS, alongside backing for all other BlackBerry working frameworks. Likewise on the rundown are Nokia’s Symbian S40 and Symbian S60 adaptations, and the dated Android 2.1 Eclair, Android 2.2 Froyo and Windows Phone 7.1 working frameworks.

The WhatsApp blog entry declaring the choice said that the organization will be completion support from these versatile working frameworks before the current year’s over. The organization said that when it dispatched WhatsApp in 2009, the business sector was altogether different. Dropping backing is a somber indication of the adjustment in the two organizations’ fortunes.

In the meantime, the news that some working frameworks will never again be bolstered might baffle to a few clients, particularly those in creating markets where Nokia’s more seasoned OS still holds some piece of the overall industry.

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So such news of Whatsapp backing ist services for Blackberry might be a little shocking yet at the same time reasonable, but we can’t generally reprimand WhatsApp from doing it’s work at the same time.


In the end, WhatsApp clients with gadgets running on one of the previously stated working frameworks might need to move up to an iPhone, a current Android cell phone or a Windows Phone 8.1/Windows 10 Mobile gadget before the year’s over.

Payal Patel

Tech Savvy & Writer at DroidSavvy on News, Latest Launches, Comparisons and more.

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