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Monday, 17 October 2016

31st December,Whatsapp Is Stopping Its Support For Blackberry And Any User Using OS

One of the handful apps that are capable of forcing a mass of people from a mobile platform.
It is so wide spread in use that the effect of shutting down on a platform would be felt heavily.
Speaking in March 2016 to BBC, the company stated that it was going to end support of the smartphones, stating:
“WhatsApp is to end support for a number of operating systems including Blackberry 10, Nokia Symbian S60 and Windows Phone 7.1.
“The company said it wanted to focus development “on the mobile platforms the vast majority of people use”.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp, which is used by a billion people worldwide, will stop working on the named operating systems by December 2016. But it will still work on Blackberry’s latest smartphone which runs Android.”
Here is a list of operating systems (OS), Whatsapp will stop supporting at the end of 2016:
– Android 2.1 and Android 2.2
– Blackberry OS 7 and earlier
– Blackberry 10
– Nokia S40
– Nokia Symbian S60
– Windows Phone 7.1
All Blackberry phones, WhatsApp support will end for all Nokia S40 Phones and other Nokia phones including:
Nokia 500
Nokia E6
Nokia 5228
Nokia 5230
Nokia E63
Nokia 5233
Nokia E66
Nokia 5235
Nokia 5250
Nokia E7
Nokia 5320
Nokia E71
Nokia 5530
Nokia E72
Nokia 5630
Nokia E73
Nokia 5700
Nokia 6124
Nokia N82
Nokia 6210
Nokia N85
Nokia 6220
Nokia N86 8 MP
Nokia 6290
Nokia N95
Nokia 6650
Fold Nokia
N95 8 GB
Nokia 6700
Nokia 6710 Navigator
Nokia N96
Nokia 6720
Nokia C5-03 Samsung SGH-G810
Nokia C6 Samsung SGH-iNNN Nokia C7 Samsung SGH-L870
Nokia E5 Sony Ericsson Satio Nokia E51 Sony Ericsson Vivaz
Nokia E52 Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro and Nokia E55
Nokia Asha 201
Nokia Asha 300
Nokia Asha 302 Nokia Asha 303
Nokia Asha 306 Nokia Asha 311
Nokia C3-00
Nokia C3-01 Nokia X2-00
Meanwhile, while Whatsapp is set to lose a large part of its consumer base