WhatsApp has started advising Symbian users that the application will stop chipping away at the stage on December 31. The Facebook-possessed messaging application not long ago had reported that it will drop support for several portable working systems from 2017, including Nokia’s dated Symbian.

A warning about the finish of WhatsApp support for the stage has started flying up to Symbian users around the world. The message reads, “Lamentably, you won’t have the capacity to use WhatsApp after 31/12/2016 because WhatsApp will never again support your telephone.” All About Symbian first revealed the finish-of-life date for the WhatsApp application.

To review, how to download WhatsApp on PC back in February had reported the finish of support for Symbian alongside BlackBerry. The messaging service had suggested users move up to a fresher Android, iPhone, or Windows Phone before the finish of 2016 to keep using WhatsApp. The organization had emphasized how much the market changed in the years since WhatsApp was propelled in 2009. Previously, Android and iOS platforms were running on less than 25 percent of the devices, while BlackBerry and Nokia’s working systems commanded the market with approximately a 70 percent share. WhatsApp’s decision to pull the attachment on Symbian and BlackBerry, however, recaps how the platforms have lost notoriety.

Aside from BlackBerry and Symbian, WhatsApp reported the end of support for Windows Phone 7.1, and Android 2.2 or underneath.

One of the biggest reason why WhatsApp was finishing the support was these working systems weren’t putting forth the “sort of capabilities,” the messaging service expected to grow its application’s features later on. BlackBerry had soon after said that it was greatly disappointed with WhatsApp’s decision to relinquish its stage