WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned largest messaging app, gets better with every update. Though these series of frequent updates bring in some distinctive features to the app, at the same time it also reduces the accessibility of the app in a few devices running an older version of operating system. WhatsApp is not just restricted to only texting, as the app now offers both voice and video call options besides plenty of other latest usage. Check our blog '5 Latest WhatsApp Features You Probably Didn’t Know About' to find out other interesting features of the app.
WhatsApp is one of the first free messaging apps which became extremely popular among the people. Anyone owing a smartphone by default has the app. The user-friendly interface of the application is so smooth and convenient that it generates users from a wide age group, from teenagers to seniors. It has over 600 million users from across the globe.
The only problem now is, when WhatsApp receives the latest upgrades, though it makes the service more interesting, it also makes the app unavailable for the users using devices of older operating system versions including Android 2.3.3, Windows Phone 7 and iOS 6. The situation remains the same for people having the old Nokia and Blackberry handsets. Official sources revealed that WhatsApp can no longer be accessed in the devices like BlackBerry and BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40 and Nokia Symbian S60 from June 30. The company has decided to imbibe more unique features to the messaging app soon and considering the futuristic purpose, they have announced the non-accessibility of the app in these mentioned devices. So, if you want to enjoy the new exciting services of the app, then quickly grab an upgraded OS device for better use!
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