December 31, 2018
We'll tell you which devices will no longer be compatible with the instant messaging application.
It starts in 2019 and it's time to review what devices they will no longer be compatible with WhatsApp, The instant messaging service with more than 1200 million registered users worldwide.
As confirmed by the official blog of the company that was acquired by Facebook In 2014, from the first day of this year, the users of the Nokia with operating system S4.
The next teams that will suffer the loss of WhatsApp will be affected recently on February 1, 2020 and will be all those who work with Android 2.3.7 and previous ones, besides iPhone iOS 7 and previous ones.
"These platforms have been of great importance in our history, but they no longer have the necessary capabilities to expand the functions of our application in the future. It was not an easy decision for us, but it is the right one to offer Our users have the best alternatives to contact their friends, families and loved ones using WhatsApp. If you use any of the affected cell phones, we suggest you purchase a newer Android phone model, iPhone or Windows Phone " they said from the company.
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Android users will have a new feature that is already enjoyed by iOS
For some weeks now, they have devices with OS iOS (Apple) have a new feature at the time of using their conversations in WhatsApp.
It is that those who are in this group already have the alternative to playing the audios they receive consecutively, something that was very well received by the users.
The novelty marks that now the same will happen to those who use Android in the coming weeks, something that could be discovered thanks to the last beta version of the application, 2.18.100.
The new tool allows those who receive more than one voice note of WhatsApp in the same conversation, just need to play the first of them so they are streamed, with a "whistle" that alerts that is happening to the next audio.
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