WhatsApp to stop working on Blackberry 10 OS and Windows 8.0 phones

WhatsApp 2018

WhatsApp 2018

WhatsApp to stop working on Blackberry 10 OS and Windows 8.0 phones

WhatsApp is no longer to support phones from New year 2018 that are running on old Software OS versions that is Blackberry 10 OS and Windows 8.0, forcing millions of people to upgrade their handsets if they want to use it.

The messaging app has already crossed a billion downloads but will stop working for some of the devices that are running on older versions.


The company said in a blog post “When we started WhatsApp in 2009 people’s use mobile devices looked very different from today” and now technology has been changed a lot and it’s hard to provide support for older devices.

The Apple App store was only a few months old. About 70 percent of smartphones sold at the time has operating systems offered by Blackberry and Nokia”.


Recently WhatsApp has extended support for both the platforms in June this year. WhatsApp has also revealed from February 1, 2020, it will no longer support Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread.

The app has already stopped support for Windows 7, Android 2.1, Android 2.2 and iOS 6 versions in the 2016 year.

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In Google Trends More interestingly Government next policy is making Indians people more confused as “How to link Aadhar and Pan card” under the How to category is the top searched question.


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