WhatsApp Ends Support For Windows Devices.
Recently was when an article post was published on ICT Catalogue concerning How To Check If Your WhatsApp Will Stop Working From 2020 and that’s when Windows device users alerted on WhatsApp to stop working on Windows devices in 2020. In this year, 2020, WhatsApp now end the support for Windows and has stop working on all Windows phones.
The popular Instant Messaging App WhatsApp, has finally stop working on Windows Devices per information sighted from the FAQ section of the WhatsApp web containing this information, “You”ll no longer be able to use all Windows Phone operating systems after December 31, 2019.”
According to the company, WhatsApp was removed from the Microsoft Store since July 1, 2019 as it’s time to get another device to start co-operation with.
According to the FAQ page on WhatsApp blog, some features may stop working this 2020 on Windows phones as WhatsApp no longer actively have the support for these operating systems.
Not only is WhatsApp ending the support for Windows devices but WhatsApp is also ending support for old versions of both Android and iOS operating systems to mention.
The deadline for Apple iPhone users with iOS 8 and Android devices with version 2.3.7 is February 1, 2020. Post this, WhatsApp will end support on these devices. Smartphone users with iOS 8 or previous and Android 2.3.7 or before operating system can no longer create new accounts. They can neither re-verify their existing account. WhatsApp says that the move is essential to ensure security of its users
To this, it means that this year, 2020, Windows Phone users will not be able to use WhatsApp on their devices.
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