I must admit that I was pleasantly surprised when I got a notification regarding a Whatsapp update earlier this week on my phone. This is the second (or maybe the third) update that Whatsapp for Symbian has received after Nokia announced that they won't be accepting any updates for Symbian apps in the Store.
This new update brings with it the ability to archive chats, along with the usual bug-fixes that accompany every update. I am must admit that I am not aware about the exact changelogs, but who doesn't like an app update?
The new version of the app can be downloaded from the official Whatsapp website, as will future versions, of course.
The supported Symbian UIs/platforms are the usual S60 3rd edition, S60 5th edition and Symbian^3, Anna and Belle.
I wonder which other Symbian applications you consider 'core' to your day to day life that should perhaps be kept updated outside the frozen Nokia Store and which perhaps aren't? Worth you dropping the developer a line and letting them know that a) you're still keen for updates, and b) the likes of AAS is still keen to give them publicity for such efforts?