Quick Answer: Is WhatsApp Going To End?

WHATSAPP has quietly announced that its app will soon stop working on a bunch of iPhones and Android phones.

The Facebook-owned messaging service currently boasts 1.5billion users worldwide, but it will cut off millions from its platform in the next two years.

Is WhatsApp going to be stopped?

WhatsApp has announced that it will soon withdraw support for all smartphones running any version of the Windows operating system. The messaging app will no longer work on handsets powered by Microsoft’s software in December 2019, it announced in a blog post update published yesterday.

Why has WhatsApp stopped?

WhatsApp connection problems are usually caused by your Wi-Fi or network data connection. Make sure that a Task Killer app isn’t affecting WhatsApp. Empty the app cache (Settings > Applications > WhatsApp > Clear Cache). Finally, the most extreme solution: uninstall the app and then reinstall it.

Is WhatsApp still available?

Millions of people will no longer be able to use WhatsApp after the messaging app announced it will be cutting support of its service on older iPhones and Android smartphones. From 1 February 2020, users running older operating systems will be at risk of WhatsApp no longer functioning on their phones.

Which devices support WhatsApp?

All Windows Phone operating systems after December 31, 2019.

So, by the end of 2016, we will be ending support for WhatsApp Messenger on the following mobile platforms:

  • BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10.
  • Nokia S40.
  • Nokia Symbian S60.
  • Android 2.1 and Android 2.2.
  • Windows Phone 7.
  • iPhone 3GS/iOS 6.

Who is the CEO of WhatsApp now?

WhatsApp CEO, Co-Founder Jan Koum Is Leaving Facebook. WhatsApp founder and Chief Executive Officer Jan Koum is leaving Facebook Inc., just a few years after his messaging app was acquired by the social-media giant for $22 billion.

Is WhatsApp really free?

WhatsApp uses your phone’s Internet connection (4G/3G/2G/EDGE or Wi-Fi, as available) to send and receive messages to your friends and family. As long as you haven’t exceeded your data limit or you’re connected to a free Wi-Fi network, your carrier shouldn’t charge you extra for messaging over WhatsApp.