The social media giant WhatsApp shook the BlackBerry market toward the finish of 2017 when it announced on its blog that WhatsApp Messenger will no longer be supported on Blackberry device and Blackberry 10.
Nonetheless, it shows up WhatsApp’s choice has had a thump on impact to whatever is left of the BlackBerry line of cell phones, as the firm has now decided to issue an announcement that the messenger application still works on its Android phones.
In an announcement sent to TechRadar, BlackBerry said “As you may have heard, WhatsApp has decided to end support starting this week, for BlackBerry devices running BlackBerry 10 OS and BBOS.
“The good news is, this doesn’t affect Android-powered BlackBerry cell phones like the BlackBerry KeyOne and BlackBerry Motion.
“Since these new current BlackBerry cell phones are powered by Android, they get the standard WhatsApp updates published through the Google Play Store.”
In the event that you depend on WhatsApp as a main means of communication and you still have a phone running either BlackBerry 10 or BBOS, what’s happening with you? You must be due an update, and it’s a great opportunity to update!
On the off chance that you can’t survive without a physical keyboard on your phone, the BlackBerry brand still got your back with the Priv and KeyOne, while handsets, for example, the DTEK50, DTEK60 and Motion give a more present day, full touchscreen outline.
The main message to send across here is that all these devices run Android, and so WhatsApp Messenger will be supported on the devices.