WhatsApp is saying goodbye to the Windows Phone world by officially finishing help for the mobile platform by Microsoft. The Facebook-owned organization has chosen to pull back support from all Windows Phone from today. This implies regardless of which Windows Phone you have, it won’t get official support for WhatsApp beginning tomorrow.
The instant messaging application that has over 1.5 billion users over the globe and more than 400 million users in India alone is also set to leave its support for the gadgets running Android form 2.3.7 and older and also iPhone models running iOS 8 and older from February 1, 2020.
Regardless of ending support, WhatsApp will keep on taking a shot at your Windows Phone gadget. It is, in any case, essential to take note that you won’t get any future updates or security fixes.
Since July this year, WhatsApp has been unavailable for download through Microsoft Store. Windows 10 Mobile, which is the successor to the Windows Phone variants, is also near the end of the service from January 14, 2020. This implies that the platform itself won’t get any security refreshes in January.