Windows Phone operating system was launched in October 2010 and then succeeded by Windows 10 mobile in 2015.
They added: "While the app may initially continue to work, you'll likely start encountering major bugs as WhatsApp continues to make changes on its end and Windows phone grows stale".
'Because we no longer actively develop for these operating systems, some features might stop functioning at any time'.
In a statement emailed to Gadgets 360, a WhatsApp spokesperson added that the last update for the platform will be issued in June, "Following Microsoft's recent decision to end support for Windows Mobile devices in December, WhatsApp will release its final update for Windows phones in June". This means that in 2020, Windows Phone users will not be able to use WhatsApp on their devices.
WhatsApp on Tuesday updated its mobile device support blog post, and announced that it is ending support for the Windows Phone platform on December 31, 2019.
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