PayPal shut down its Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Amazon apps

PayPal mobile OS supported by the company’s flagship app is android and iOS. The PayPal mobile apps for Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Amazon’s Fire OS will be discontinued from June 30th.

These decisions common for Windows Phone and BlackBerry, but In the company of PayPal’s stature just up and leave Amazon’s fork of Android, which grow on Kindle Fire tablets and the quit failed Fire Phone. PayPal doesn’t offer much of description for the decision, but claims lead to good apps for the mobile platforms. It was a critical decision to no huge support to the PayPal app.

PayPal is fast point out that despite being left without a native app, affected end users will still have full access to PayPal’s mobile website for money management and money transactions. There are so many options BlackBerry users can still send peer-to-peer payments with PayPal.

They now committed to partnering with mobile providers, and they apologize for any inconvenience matter this may cause customers. PayPal claims that putting a sharper focus on two apps for innovate and make enhancements to PayPal’s mobile experiences to give end user the best possible ways to manage.

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