San Francisco: Facebook-owned WhatsApp on Saturday confirmed that the app was now back on the Google App store after its sudden disappearance. Sadly, the explanation for the quick absence stays unclear. Therefore, users who want to join WhatsApp for the first time won't be able to install WhatsApp via Play Store at least for now. The aforementioned, in service, indicates that WhatsApp hasn't entirely vanished from the Google Play Store and neither did Google blacklist the app.
iPhone users who have not upgraded to a new version of the operating system for long - there is one more reason to do so. If WhatsApp is at present dynamic on your iOS 8 gadget, you will have the option to use it just until February 1, 2020, as indicated by an update from the messaging platform.
"On iOS eight, you possibly can now not create new accounts or reverify current accounts", mentioned the replace. Having said that if you type WhatsApp and hit the search button, the app will not be available.
"We do not explicitly prohibit the usage of jailbroken or unlocked units".
WhatsApp mentioned that customers of Android variations 2.three.7 and older will now not be capable to create new accounts, nor re-verify current accounts.