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Facebook-owned WhatsApp on Saturday established that the app used to be now returned on the Google Play store after its sudden disappearance. New customers can download the app on Android phones via simply typing WhatsApp on the search box of Google Play Store. Unfortunately, the cause for the short absence remains unclear.
Users on Friday pronounced that the Facebook-owned instantaneous chat messenger app disappeared from the Google Play store.
Due to the surprising disappearance, those who had been looking to be part of WhatsApp for the first time have been no longer able to deploy it via the Google Play store.
iPhone customers who have not upgraded to a new model of the running gadget for lengthy -- there is one extra reason to do so. If WhatsApp is presently active on your iOS 8 device, you will be capable to use it solely till February 1, 2020, according to an replace from the immediate messaging platform.
"On iOS 8, you can no longer create new money owed or reverify present accounts," stated the update.
So, iPhone customers will need iOS 9 or later to run WhatsApp.
"For the first-class experience, we advise you use the ultra-modern version of iOS available for your phone," WhatsApp said.
"We don't explicitly preclude the use of jailbroken or unlocked devices. However, due to the fact these adjustments may affect the performance of your device, we can not furnish assist for devices the use of modified versions of the iPhone's operating system," it added.
WhatsApp said that customers of Android versions 2.3.7 and older will no longer be capable to create new accounts, nor reverify current accounts.
However, they will be in a position to proceed using WhatsApp till February 1, 2020.