If you're still using the legacy version of Microsoft Edge, please be aware that WhatsApp has dropped support for the browser.
As Windows 10 Mobile has recently received its end support from Microsoft, and today marks the end of support for WhatsApp on the now-dead mobile operating system from Microsoft.
WhatsApp is dropping support for Windows phones this year, and the mobile app may disappear from the Microsoft Store as soon as next month.
As Microsoft will drop support for Windows 10 Mobile in December of this year, the popular WhatsApp messaging app will also stop working on Windows phones after December 31, 2019.
WhatsApp on Windows Phone is getting support for the group call feature
Coming soon to most WhatsApp Windows Phone users are some highly sought after grouping features as well as a new chat mode.
WhatsApp beta was updated on Windows Phone, suggesting that Live Location and Stickets might be coming to all users soon.
The new features help streamline conversations on phones as it now allows users switch between call types without having to annoyingly exit and reenter the app.
The Facebook-owned messaging app announced that it will stop supporting Windows Phone 8.0 after December 31, 2017.
The WhatsApp desktop app could soon join iTunes and Spotify in the Windows Store
In a recent story, WhatsApp is quickly gaining ground on Snapchat with "WhatsApp Status."
Microsoft handed British authorities data linked to the Westminster, London terror attack.
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