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This article was published on May 31, 2014


Whatsapp returns to the Windows Phone store after fixing technical problem

Whatsapp returns to the Windows Phone store after fixing technical problem
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After roughly two weeks away, the Whatsapp Windows Phone app has returned to the Windows Store after a joint effort from Microsoft and Whatsapp.

Whatsapp originally pulled the app because of unspecified “technical issues,” though it has since come out that the problem appeared to be with how notifications were handled in the latest version of Windows Phone.

Whatsapp for Windows Phone

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