No WhatsApp For Nokia And Blackberry From June 30th

There is an update from Whatsapp that it’s not going to support Blackberry and Nokia mobiles. So, we can say as No WhatApp For Nokia And Blackberry. WhatsApp is the most trending messenger app in these days. The downloads of this app already reached to millions.

The user interface, latest features like audio calling, video calling, GIFs, bookmarking the messages, searching the messages from the chat and many more upcoming features which will make WhatsApp more interesting than earlier.

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Replying to a particular text from the chat these are the most recent features that embedded in the WhatsApp and it was very successful in customer satisfaction.

There are one more upcoming feature of whatsapp is Unsend messages. Yes you can revert back the messages which you have wrongly sent. but you can revert with in a time limit. Sources says that it is 5 minutes but however there is no official announcement on this.

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It is sad that Whatsapp isn’t supported for Blackberry and Nokia. But it is unsupported for only few models. Check the complete description and the models of the gadget from the below information.

No WhatsApp For Nokia And Blackberry From June 30th

No WhatsApp For Nokia And Blackberry

As per the sources and announcement which was done by the WhatsApp earlier that they will end its support for old Nokia and Blackberry phones from the month of June 30th. The most downloaded app over play store the messenger app had announced last year that it will end its support for BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40, and Nokia S60 operating systems from June 30th.

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The official announcement from the app officials is as follows “We will soon be ending support for certain devices. On June 30, 2017, we will no longer support the following platforms: BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40 and Nokia Symbian S60,” And about this announcement WhatsApp has already wrote this on its support page.

No WhatsApp For Nokia And Blackberry:

The reason behind this why there are not supporting the devices from the upcoming date, the company said that these old mobile platforms didn’t offer the kind of capabilities company required to expand the app’s features in future. “While these mobile devices have been an important part of our story, they don’t offer the kind of capabilities we need to expand our app’s features in the future,” it had noted.

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As we already aware of the update that WhatsApp has already pulled the plug on support for Android versions older than 2.3.3, Windows Phone 7 and iPhone 3GS/iOS 6 at the start of this year. The messenger app explains that to use any of these affected devices, users need to upgrade their device to a newer OS version, or to a newer Android running OS 2.3.3+, iPhone running iOS 7+, or Windows Phone 8+ if they wish to continue using WhatsApp.

” Once you have one of these devices, simply install WhatsApp and verify your phone number on the new device. Keep in mind that WhatsApp can only be activated with one phone number on one device at a time.”

Also, one more thing which we would like to share that currently there is no way to transfer your chat history between platforms. WhatsApp suggests to mail the chat history to an email.

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For Android users use the steps suggested: Open the chat> Menu> More>Email chat> Attach media or not. You chat history will be emailed with a .txt document attachment. In case you select to attach media, your most recent media sent will be added as attachments.

There is also a limit in sending messages. When sending with media, you can send up to 10,000 latest messages. Without media, you can send 40,000 messages. However for iPhone users can use iCloud backup feature to store their chat history.

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