WhatsApp has crores of users all over the world, not only in India. Whether we want to send a message or file, we use WhatsApp itself. Apart from this, many people also use WhatsApp for voice and video calling, but this is bad news for millions of WhatsApp users. This app will no longer be used in many Android devices and iPhones. According to the tweet by WABetainfo, which monitors every activity of WhatsApp, from 1 February 2020, this app will not be used in these Android smartphones and iPhones. Just a few months ago, WhatsApp stopped support on smartphones with Windows 8 or earlier operating systems.
Tweet by WABetainfo
According to a tweet by WABetainfo, instant messaging service provider WhatsApp has decided to discontinue support for Android 2.3.7 and iOS 7 or earlier operating systems.
From 1 February 2020, WhatsApp will not work on smartphones coming with all these operating systems. WhatsApp has been removed from the Microsoft Store from July 1, 2019, this year. However, WhatsApp has also made it clear that the number of smartphones with these operating systems is very small, due to which fewer people will be affected by it.
Can use Smartphones
Apart from this, WhatsApp has also said that these users can use smartphones with KaiOS 2.5.1+. This operating system has been used in JioPhone 1 and JioPhone. 2 Apart from this, the same operating system has also been used in Nokia’s recently launched 4G feature phones.
WhatsApp has introduced several new features for its users in the last few months, including fingerprint unlock, group messaging, private replying, group admin features. For these new features, users will need a smartphone with better RAM and processor. For this reason. It has been decided to discontinue. The supports of WhatsApp on smartphones with older operating systems.
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