WhatsApp announced that it will not going to support older range mobile products by the end of 2016.
If you are enjoying WatsApp services in you older mobile then it’s time to switch to new mobile for uninterrupted services.
Because the popular messaging app will not continue to support older mobiles such as Windows, Apple and Android models by coming January and Nokia and Blackberry by mid-2017.
The messaging app took this decision as older mobiles do not offer the kind of capabilities which the app wants to expand in its features in the future.
The app will stop support for those who are using Android 2.1, Android 2.2, iPhone 3GS or any other iPhone that is running on iOS 6 and Windows Phone 7. For the above mentioned mobile users, this month will be the end of WhatApp support.
The instant messaging app extended the dead line for its support on Nokia S40, Black Berry 10, BBOS and Symbian S60 users still next June. The app launched in the early days of iPhone’s App store, when seven out of ten mobiles had operating systems offered by Nokia and BlackBerry.
The firm responded on the issue as they are looking ahead to focus their efforts on the mobile platforms that vast majority of people use.
WhatsApp says video calling is end-to-end encrypted on the app, just like the messages, text and regular audio calls.
WhatsApp is also slated to be getting some Snapchat like features, which includes a version of Stories.