Don't see anything wrong with the decision. Those platforms mentioned are dying/dead platforms.
Anonymous, 26 May 2016I want WP! Windows and iOS are the only reliable phone operating systems.yeah right windows 10 is very reliable, if the apps exist at all they are mostly not crap , or else its taking 1 hour to update or just plain crashing and restarting....
Lol, 26 May 2016Die wp. Die. No body want you. No more wp next year. Lol.I want WP! Windows and iOS are the only reliable phone operating systems.
Seems strange the fire phone version is being discontinued since it just runs a skinned version of Android. It honestly seems like there just too lazy to put their app on Amazon's app store
Well, PayPal (or any other app) won't make me switch from Windows to an inferior OS like Android. Only iOS is a viable option at the moment, but ever since Steve Jobs died, this OS has started going downhill.
So PayPal can go eff themselves along with their decision.
Funny that no one write about PayPal idea of asking for bank account login and password for quick recharging option for PP.
Few months ago they changed system to Swedish trustly.com that for example, in Poland PayPal sub site paypal-doladowania.pl ask for banking information(pass/login).
Its absurd situation and no one comment that.
Best part is that not only for past 20years every bank say over and over to NOT give that information even to bank employees, to keep users safe, but in PayPal Terms of Usage clearly state that: "We never ask for your bank account/credit card confidential informations".
Not to mention that almost half of banks can block your account for breaking the rules of bank by giving those password and logins to other companies.
Other funny thing is that European Union try to force that PSD2 "Access to Account" system to every country! And most of Banks doesnt have secure API that could somehow keep that access safe, so everytime when you give that access to such sites like PayPal or trustly.com the have FULL access to your bank account, your orders and payments. And as far as I know they gather those informations to prepare ads based on what you buy and where you buy it. It breaks so many rules that I have no idea why no one write about that... and its not only PayPal, more and more companies, especially in USA ask for those data.... and then people cry that there are problems with security and money access...
No wonder. Those platforms are practically non existent. The phone market legitimately become like the pc market: 2 major players and everybody else fighting for scraps. Even the percentages are similar, apple is ... apple (in both) and Microsoft is Google (or the other way around, depending on where you come from)...