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WhatsApp messenger app have plan to stop support for Windows, Blackberry and other devices very soon. This is really a bad news to Blackberry and Windows smartphone users especially when other smartphones are been grace with interesting features like the ability to share PDF on Whatsapp with Android and iOS devices introduced in its recent updates.
This announcement was made after Whatsapp celebrated their 7th year anniversary with having over one billion active users in its database.
But unfortunately, Whatapp came on board the next Friday, to announce a less positive news that it will no longer offer the kind of capabilities that WhatsApp requires to expand its features in the future to the following mobile platforms which includes the followings:
==> BlackBerry Phones including BlackBerry 10
==> Nokia S40
==> Nokia Symbian S60
==> Android 2.1 and android 2.2
==> Windows Phone 7.1
This means very soon, those aforementioned phones will no longer support or be able to run Whatsapp application effectively. What this means is that, sooner or later, those phones will no longer be able to run WhatsApp application anymore.
This is really bad news to Windows and Blackberry users anyway.