WhatsApp is one of the most popular messengers in the world. Millions of messages are sent through him every day. Older phone users can sleep peacefully – the app's developer has ensured that support for older systems continues to be supported in the near future.
WhatsApp is an application that is famous for its unparalleled popularity all over the world. Also in Poland, many users liked the phone as a convenient form of communication, and leaving voice messages often turned into a large dose of laughter. Yesterday, Google announced cut off Android Market for Android 2.1 and older devices by the end of June. Today, however, users of older devices can sleep peacefully because this is good news for them. More importantly, the developer announced earlier this week that support for older devices was due to end in 2016. That would make sense, but you can see that the manufacturer depends on users, so the company has decided to extend support for Android 2.3.7 as well as older versions until February 1, 2020. It's not the end of good information – WhatsApp has also announced support for non-Android devices. These devices and dates for which the application will receive support are Nokia S60 working on Symbian – support for it ends June 30, 2017, BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10 – here the support ends December 31, 2017. The same date applies to Windows Phone 8.0 and older version. It can be said that customer care is at a high level, but the manufacturer himself notes that some of the new features may not work on all supported older devices. WhatsApp is an interesting app that I can recommend to anyone without exception. And what are your impressions of using the app and have you ever dealt with it? Source: theandroidsoul