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WhatsApp ends support for BlackBerry OS and Windows Phone
Dec27

WhatsApp ends support for BlackBerry OS and Windows Phone

Soon it will be 2018, and WhatsApp will make good its promise to stop support for BlackBerry OS and Windows Phones. That company has confirmed via its FAQ page that its support will no longer extend to Android versions older than 2.3.3, Windows Phone 7, iPhone 3GS/iOS 6, and Nokia Symbian S60. BlackBerry and Windows Phones users will no longer be able to create new accounts, and won’t also be able to verify existing accounts—but of...

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NYPD Ditches 36,000 Windows Phones And Moves To iPhone
Aug29

NYPD Ditches 36,000 Windows Phones And Moves To iPhone

In 2014, the New York Police Department announced that it was going to give its 36,000 officers a Windows Phone. This initiative was part of its effort in modernizing the department. Two years after, it completed the deployment, and all NYPD officers were using a Lumia 830 or a Lumia 640. All Windows Phones were running Windows Phone 8.1 OS. At that time, the share of Microsoft in the smartphone market dwindled to one percent. The...

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WhatsApp finally rolls out Video calling feature for both Android and iOS
Nov15

WhatsApp finally rolls out Video calling feature for both Android and iOS

Finally, it’s here—you can now make video calls on WhatsApp whether you an Android or iOS user! Last month we brought you a report that WhatsApp video call feature was already being tested by a handful of users on Android. All tests have been concluded successfully, and everyone can now make video calls on the Facebook-owned chat app. This brings WhatsApp on per with other great video calling chat app like Facebook Messenger and Line....

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More apps exit Windows Phone Store
Aug15

More apps exit Windows Phone Store

More and more apps are exiting the Windows Phone store—citing low usage. In fairness to Windows Phone users, there are too many uncertainties surrounding the platform; and there is a need for Microsoft to address these issues. Citing “limitations of the Windows Phone store” MyFitnessPal (a fitness app developed for people to keep in shape), says it is impossible to deliver ongoing access to existing users of the app. The company also...

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BBM app no longer available on the Windows Phone Store
Jun25

BBM app no longer available on the Windows Phone Store

The BlackBerry Messenger or BBM app is no longer as appealing to many as it used to. It was quite a successful messaging app in those days and a lot of users enjoyed it especially in terms of keeping in touch with loved ones. Perhaps, its success was what encouraged BlackBerry to make it an all-platform app—extending it to Android, iOS and Windows platform. BlackBerry has pulled the BBM app from the Windows Phone Store, and users will...

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Facebook Official App on Windows 10 Devices – Finally!
Jun20

Facebook Official App on Windows 10 Devices – Finally!

Facebook is still one of the most popular networking sites. For users with smartphones, they access it through an application. It makes it easier for them to access the network while it allows developers to use more features and present richer experience. Recently, Facebook announced the release of its Windows 10 app in beta version, as reported by Rich Edmonds. But before you make a comment that you already have a Facebook...

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