It is not uncommon to see apps being removed from the Windows Phone Store without any reason, or just a little bit of explanation given, and it seems that one of the more major apps, PayPal, has joined this unwanted list with its recently updated solution. So far, issues concerning crashes about the PayPal app has been confirmed, and you can add another grouse to the growing list – that one is unable to download PayPal on Windows Phone hardware.
While the most recent update was said to have included compatibility with the recently introduced Windows Phone 8 (relatively speaking, anyways, in comparison to the other mobile operating systems) platform, it was also touted to boast of new functionality and features, such as instant resume. No idea on why PayPal has been removed from the Windows Phone Store, but hopefully an explanation will be given, with an update in line to allay fears and worries while addressing the current issues. Having said that, the PayPal app still remains available for Windows Phone 7.x devices, now how about that?
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