WhatsApp crashes on some smartphones

The creator of the well-known WhatsApp app is getting ready to take down Microsoft operating systems!

Despite an increasing number of users, many still have smartphones Windows Phone and that are constantly facing several difficulties in installing different applications, existing in other systems.

Today's article reveals yet another major obstacle in the world of Microsoft: WhatsApp has announced that it will no longer support mobile devices, carriers of the referred system, as of December 31 of this year, which will cause some features to leave to run gradually, leading to the “total death” of the application.





Quoting the announcement made by WhatsApp:

“They won't be able to [use WhatsApp] on all Windows Phone operating systems after December 31. Because we no longer actively develop for these operating systems, some features will stop working at any time… ”.

Also based on the same statement, let us know that not only will Windows Phone users be “penalized” in such a way. The messaging app will also stop upgrading from February 2020 on all devices running Android 2.3.7 and iOS 7 systems.

Expecting this setback?
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Filipe Martins

Founder and CEO of Filipengine - Sistemas de Informação. Specialist in Programming and Digital Marketing. Trainer and certified E-Trainer. Consultant and researcher. Aspiring to Computer Engineer (Universidade Lusófona do Porto), Professional Superior Technician in Programming of Information Systems (University of Aveiro) and Professional Technician of Management and Programming of Computer Systems, with experience as a team leader for more than 5 years.

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