PayPal today confirmed that it would no longer be supporting its Windows Phone App after June 30. The Paypal users on Windows Phone will no longer be able to use the App from June 30.

From PayPal:

For Windows Phone users, we will sunset the current version of the PayPal app on June 30. However, Windows Phone users can still access PayPal through our mobile web experience on Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge users can also use the PayPal add-in to send money directly from their inbox.

However the company has confirmed that the Users can access PayPal through Internet Explorer and Edge Browers.

So what do you think about the decision of the company to not support its app on Windows Phone, let us know in the comments below.

  • hlava

    Would you support your SW for platform with 0.7% market share worldwide? Honestly, I admire anybody who develops anything for WP or W10m. I’m using W10m right now and I’m pretty sure my next phone is going to be an Android based. My last Android was 2.3.6 and since then it has made a huge step in development so I think it’s time to try it again.

    • Mayank Parmar

      Simply if no one makes app then the market share will obviously go down. It’s like never ending thing – users will not buy Windows Phone due to less number of apps and developers will not create apps due to less number of users!

      • hlava

        I don’t think apps is the problem. In these days WP has almost all major apps. It’s the platform. People just don’t want it and because it dropped under 1% it’s going to be worse and worse. PayPal is the beginning…