WhatsApp Seems To Disappear From Google Play Store: Reports Users


Note that WhatsApp has not been removed from Google Play and it seems that there is some bug that is preventing WhatsApp from appearing in the search results.

"Customers are really reporting that the Fb-owned quick chat messenger app not looks on the Play Store search results", MSPoweruser reported.

Android fans should be pleased to know that a new update for Google Play Store which sports the 17.0.11 version number is now rolling out. If WhatsApp is at the moment energetic in your iOS 8 machine, it is possible for you to to make use of it exclusively till February 1, 2020, in response to a replace from the moment messaging platform.

"On iOS 8, you can no longer create new accounts or reverify existing accounts", said the update.

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While WhatsApp is offered to both iOS and Android users, anyone belonging to the latter group looking to install the app today might have felt like they were going insane.

"We do not explicitly prohibit the usage of jailbroken or unlocked units. However, because these modifications might affect the functionality of your device, we can't provide support for devices using modified versions of the iPhone's operating system", it added.

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.

WhatsApp has over 1.5 billion monthly active users.