WhatsApp is continuously adding more features upping the convenience quotient of the app and braving the competition from newer emerging chat options. In the run up to offering better service to consumers, the Facebook-owned chat messenger will reportedly stop working on all devices running Windows 7, BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40 and Nokia Symbian S60 by June 30, 2017. “This was a tough decision for us to make, but the right one in order to give people better ways to keep in touch with friends, family and loves ones using WhatsApp,” the company had said in an official blogpost.
Facebook-possessed WhatsApp has realized many changes to its application in the current past. With it's as of late propelled re-vamped "Status" highlight, it appears like the organization anticipates taking the other informal communication applications on, to the extent the talking knowledge is concerned. The application is really well known among kindred clients as well. Not exclusively does it fill in as a day by day type of correspondence for some, it has additionally turned out to be very helpful for the individuals who lead organizations for all intents and purposes. In conditions such as these where WhatsApp has turned out to be such an imperative medium of correspondence, what were to happen on the off chance that it were to abruptly quit working?
The company officially made the announcement sometime last year wherein it stated that while these mobile devices have an important part to play in their story, they don’t offer the kind of capabilities they require in order to expand their app’s features in the future. According to their official blogpost, WhatsApp will no longer have support for a few Symbian, BBOS, Windows, Android and iOS operating system versions. While initially, they were to end support for devices by the end of 2016 — the company later extended the date till June, 2017. Here are the devices that will no longer be supported.