By Admin - August 01, 2017 10:16 pm 2 213 0
In February 2014, Facebook completed an acquisition of WhatsApp for approximately $ 19 billion, an indication of the popularity of the request via email. In addition to not having ads, some free e-mail applications and VoIP services are also popular in 109 countries.
This multi-platform instant messaging application was launched in 2009 and was specifically designed to send text messages but today it is also capable of sending videos and audio messages for free. In addition, it can be used by Android, Windows Phone and Nokia users, but not all people who use phones can benefit from WhatsApp, in particular, with the application that is not already supported in Some mobile devices.
Since last year weve heard and heard Nokia devices and Blackberry phones in the list of devices that would no longer use the email request. Just last month, Nokia Symbian S60 models like the Nokia E5 are not able to host WhatsApp. Phones using older operating systems are no longer supported by the application. This decision was made because the new features that will be added to WhatsApp are not compatible with these device models.
For phones like Blackberry Bold, Nokia Lumia 520 and other Windows Phone 8.0 devices will soon stop working on WhatsApp. The confirmation was made before the year 2016 and the chat request announced that it will not work on Windows Phone 7, iPhone 3GS and Android devices with versions 2.1 and 2.2 of the operating system.
However, the end of WahtsApp support will not happen all at once and there has been another confirmation that said support will be extended to some of the mobile devices in the list. According to the companys publication, users of Blackberry 10 and Blackberry OS, as well as Nokia Symbian S60 and Nokia S40 can still enjoy WhatsApp until June 30, but WhatsApp has made another decision. Instead, BlackBerry 10 and Blackberry OS devices will still be supported until December 31, 2017. Conversely, Nokia S40 users can have WhatsApp running on their devices until December 31, 2018.
For Windows Phone version 8.0 and older users, WhatsApp will no longer be available before the end of December this year, while for Android 2.3.7 and earlier, support will be removed for e-mail request on February 1, 2020.
Regarding the new features to publish with upcoming updates, some of them may not work on some of the older mobile devices and those included in the list. But still, improvements continue to improve the experience of WhatsApps fanatics.
While video calls are already possible with WhatsApp, people who still prefer text messages can make adjustments with the conversation messages they send. With the update, application users can now send in italic, bold fonts on WhatsApp to get the most out of this multi-platform messaging application.