PayPal to discontinue BlackBerry, Amazon Fire, and Windows Phone apps next month
Google Android and Apple's iOS might soon remain the only relevant mobile operating systems available in the wild, and PayPal's decision to drop support for its app for a few mobile platforms seems to confirm this. Unfortunately, the company has decided to stop updating the PayPal app for BlackBerry, Amazon Fire, and Windows Phone devices as of June 30.
Although users of the PayPal app on Windows Phone and Amazon Fire will no longer be able to use it, they should simply access the service through a mobile browser. Even more, Outlook.com user can use the PayPal add-in to speed things up and send money directly from their inbox. At last, PayPal confirmed that "Blackberry users can also continue to use the BBM app to send peer-to-peer payments via PayPal."
By the end of June, Android 4.0.3+ devices and Apple devices with iOS 8.1 or later will be required to use PayPal 6.0 to be able to use the payment service.
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