Facebook is delisting its Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram apps from Windows 10 Mobile
In another event in the timeline of slow and sure retirement of Windows Phone, Facebook has announced that mobile apps for all of its services are being removed from the Microsoft Store. This greatly reduces non-browser based social network availability for the now niche mobile operating system.
At this point, it isn't surprising to see third party developers like Facebook pull support for Windows 10 Mobile when Microsoft itself has stopped non-security development for it. In fact, December 2019 will signify the end of Microsoft's security updates too, leaving users that stick to the operating system at increased risk for malicious attacks.
The Windows Phone versions of Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp Messenger will all be delisted from the Microsoft Store on April 30th. At this point, it is highly recommended for users to migrate to smart devices that are compatible with Android or iOS.