Nimbuzz ends development of its Windows Phone app
Nimbuzz, the popular messaging app service, has decided to stop developing its Windows Phone app. The company released the first version of this app in 2012.
In response to a Windows Phone user asking if the company had plans to update the app, the Nimbuzz Twitter account replied:
Nimbuzz, which is now based in New Delhi, India, claims to have 150 million users of its messaging and VoIP apps in 200 countries. It would appear, based on the response, that the company has no plans to release a Windows 10 or Windows 10 Mobile version of the app.
Thanks to Andres_Robayo17 for the tip!
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For these kind of Apps.... "Aao to Welcome, Jaao to Bheed Kam" Lol...
Stop making yourself proud by showing us the number of users.
This is an app to connect at many places at the same time (Like IM+ on Windows phone or Windows 8.1) but it's now useless.....
We use WhatsApp, hike and/or Messenger lately..
It's not because you don't know it that it is not famous!
It was very famous app connecting to many chat services at the same time but it's just a part of the past now.
Rest in peace.
so not a big loss here.