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A Walk in the Desert of Oman

Ellie, a Brit currently living in Vancouver, plays Ultimate Frisbee. Her plate tossing propensity takes her everything over the spot, contending in worldwide competitions in remote of the earth, and this year, her difficult work and devotion to the game has earned her a spot on the Canadian National Team; she will speak to at the World Ultimate Championships in bright London in a little more than a month's time. Be that as it may, Ellie's gifts and interests aren't restricted to totally dominating her rivals on the Frisbee pitch. She likewise ascends mountains and rock faces and by and large loves an old fashioned experience. Not the sort to surrender one for the other, Ellie exploits the overall travel by arranging post competition undertakings in wild places. A year ago, in the wake of contending in the World Championships of Beach Ultimate in Dubai, Ellie and a few companions had a little vitality to save, so went for a stroll into the Oman Desert. Here's her stor

Again! WhatsApp Extends Support For Older Android Versions till 2020


Facebook-owned Instant messaging app -WhatsApp- has been updated with new announcement, which is also a good news that the app will continue to support older versions of Android till 2020. Wow!!!, that's really a great news to people who still use Android 2.0 downwards.

The official statement was made after announcing the extension given to Blackberry and S40 users to support Whatsapp till the end of this year 2017.

If you recall, back in February last year, WhatsApp said they'll stop supporting Android 2.1 and Android 2.2 (and some other, non-Android platforms) by the end of 2016. But a quick look at the same source now reveals users will be able to use Whatsapp on "Android versions 2.3.7 and older" till February 1, 2020.

If you still operate an Android version of 2.0 downwards, you will keep using Whatsapp until the said deadline; but wait, there's more, the company also added that you may not be able to enjoy all latest and greatest WhatsApp features because they no longer actively release new versions of Whatsapp for these phones.

SO, WHAT'S NEXT?

First of all, looking at the deadline above, i think the grace is really enough for you to upgrade your phone if you still operate a phone running on Android 2.0 downwards, i.e: you have about 2years to get a better phone that runs on Android 4.0 or 5.1 atleast.

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