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[ad_1] Tech2 News StaffDec. 26, 2017, 12:28 p.m. IST WhatsApp plans to say goodbye to some devices starting December 31, according to its blog post. BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, and Windows Phone 8.0 users will no longer be able to enjoy the services of the world’s most popular messaging platform as of 2018. A 3D …

[ad_1] Image: Hale Erguvenc, Getty Images WhatsApp has stopped supporting a range of older smartphone operating systems, including BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, and Windows Phone 8. Whatsapp said in a side note: “These platforms do not offer the kind of functionality that we need to extend the functionality of our app in the future. If …

[ad_1] News Office (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Wed, December 27, 2017 2017-12-27 13:32 1513 1f87594453bb792833e1ece3a2f1e18b 1 science and technology whatsapp, blackberry, smartphone, messaging, messaging app Free After repeatedly postponing the plan, WhatsApp has confirmed that it will finally end its support for BlackBerry 10 and BlackBerry OS devices on December 31. According to kompas.comother …

[ad_1] WhatsApp says goodbye to several old mobile operating systems. The Facebook-owned chat app announced plans to end support for BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, Windows Phone 8.0 and earlier, and Nokia S40 on December 31. Users of these platforms can no longer create new accounts or recheck existing accounts. After December 31st, the app will …

[ad_1] Join the leaders of online gaming at GamesBeat Summit Next on November 9-10. Learn more about what comes next. Whatsapp has detailed its plans for older mobile operating systems, within a week of year-end. The Facebook-owned app will end support for BlackBerry OS (including BlackBerry 10) and Windows Phone 8.0 (and earlier) on December …

[ad_1] WhatsApp in February 2016 announced the end of support for BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10, as well as the Nokia S40 and Nokia Symbian S60 platforms. However, app support on BlackBerry OS and Nokia S40 has been extended until June of this year. It now appears that Facebook-owned WhatsApp is extending the end of …

[ad_1] At the end of 2016, WhatsApp ended support for Windows Phone 7, iOS 6, and Android 2.1 and 2.2. Around the same time, the Facebook-owned communications service also pushed back its end-of-support dates for several other platforms – BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40, and Nokia Symbian S60 – to June 30, 2017. Now, …

[ad_1] WhatsApp users still on handsets running the aging BlackBerry operating system and Nokia S40 and S60 platforms will not be able to use the popular messaging service after June 30. The Facebook-owned company will officially end the Nokia Symbian software and the BlackBerry operating system. at the beginning of July. This comes after WhatsApp …

[ad_1] New oi-Samden Sherpa WhatsApp has decided to abandon the Nokia Symbian and BlackBerry OS platforms. | Updated: Tuesday June 13, 2017 11:40 [IST] WhatsApp, the world’s most popular and widely used messaging app, will no longer be supported by older software platforms such as BlackBerry OS and Nokia Symbian OS starting June 30. The …

[ad_1] The writing has been on the wall for a long time now, but The latest report from Gartner confirmed that Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform, as well as BlackBerry OS, have run out of welcome. While global smartphone sales grew nearly 4% in the first quarter of this year, Windows Phone’s market share increased from …

[ad_1] BlackBerry has just suffered another blow to its hopes of survival. WhatsApp has just announced the end of support for the BlackBerry ecosystem, including BlackBerry 10, the OS designed to save the business. The reason? BlackBerry is just not popular enough in 2016, and WhatsApp wants “to concentrate [its] efforts on the mobile platforms …

[ad_1] We all wonder why WhatsApp Messenger still works on platforms like Android 2.1 or Symbian S60, and how long it will take the app developer to stop supporting them. Well it looks like the end is near as WhatsApp announced that by the end of 2016 it will end support for the following mobile …

[ad_1] New market research report claims Samsung’s Tizen operating system, which now powers some of the company’s smartwatches and mobile devices, has overtaken BlackBerry OS to become the fourth largest smartphone operating system in Q3 2015. The report adds that Tizen for the first time overtook BlackBerry to earn a spot in the top five …

[ad_1] BlackBerry updated its Twitter app today bringing new image tweaks and inline tweet details to all versions of the mobile platform still in common use. The app is available for download now from BlackBerry World and will work on BlackBerry smartphones running BlackBerry OS 5.0 through BlackBerry 7.0, the company said. There is of …

[ad_1] Just a few months ago, Skype competitor Viber presented a preview of voice calling on the BlackBerry platform. Viber is available on a plethora of platforms including iOS, Windows Phone 8, Bada, S40, Symbian, and the list goes on. However, BlackBerry makes up a good chunk of Viber’s user base (it’s their third largest …

[ad_1] As promised, Skype’s rival, Viber Media, has released an updated app for BlackBerry (version 2.4, in beta) that – finally – gives users the ability to make free phone calls to others. There are limitations though: Free calls over WiFi and 3G only work for supported OS versions, i.e. BlackBerry OS5 and OS7 – …

[ad_1] Viber, the company behind the popular free smartphone messaging and voice calling app of the same name, has good news for millions of BlackBerry owners who couldn’t call their friends through the app. Dedicated BlackBerry – the feature has been developed and will be launched in April. Today, the company released version 2.3 for …

[ad_1] Apps are an important part of any mobile platform and have been a sore point for RIM, which lags far behind the competition when it comes to the size of its app library. But RIM says it’s working to improve that with its new BlackBerry App World store for BlackBerry 10. Interface BlackBerry App …

[ad_1] Spotify has finally launched a BlackBerry app, allowing crackberry addicts to access its premium service from your phone, as long as you’re not the proud owner of a BlackBerry Torch 9800. The preview version of the long-awaited Spotify app is compatible with most other BlackBerry phones currently on the market and requires a premium …