WhatsApp disappears from Google Play Store for a while

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Fb-owned WhatsApp on Saturday confirmed that the app was now again on the Google Play retailer after its sudden disappearance.

Several of them went a step further by disguising themselves in the phone's app settings page.

Nevertheless, if you have earlier established the WhatsApp but uninstalled it following for some analysis, you can see the app in the "Previously installed app" section on the Google Play Store. New clients can download the application on Android smartphones by simply composing WhatsApp on the inquiry box of the Google Play Store. WhatsApp appeared was visible on Play Store for users who are already a user. However, this doesn't mean that you can not download the WhatsApp for Android officially from Google Play.

Customers on Friday reported that the Fb-owned on the spot chat messenger app disappeared from the Google Play retailer. The reason remains unclear but, WhatsApp for Business, still remains on the Play Store, as spotted by WABetaInfo, a fan website that tracks updates.

Notwithstanding the withdrawal, WhatsApp resembles to operate just excellent for now. However, WhatsApp is available on the Play Store page. For the experience, you can furthermore get the app from third-party references by downloading the app.

A company spokeswoman declined to share a breakdown of the number of iOS users versus Android users.

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