“Whatsapp an instant messaging application is now back after a global outage, it was down globally WhatsApp was down for a few hours in all parts of the world including from UK, Australia, Germany, and Pakistan”.
Whatsapp was down but now is back to users after a brief outage in the afternoon of November 3.
According to the report: 46 percent users complained about internet connection while 41 percent reported issues with sending messages. About 12 percent WhatsApp users had problems with ‘Last seen’ feature.
WhatsApp spokesperson said: Previously,” WhatsApp users globally had trouble accessing the app for about an hour. This issue has been fixed and we apologize for the inconvenience,”
Whatsapp down at a moment, we have tested the WhatsApp on internet connections, by checking on different devices, as well by using different IPs, and at last, we found the same issue.
We were not able to send or receive messages, on the other hand, we were not able to call even.
And a lot of users complained of different social media platform, people took to Twitter to complain about the problems with the messaging service, different parts of the world WhatsApp were not working from them as well. here is some post:
The major problem as reported by many users is in sending and receiving messages, while few users were still able to download already received content i.e images, videos on their smartphones.
As we go in the past, it is not the first time that whatsapp is unable to provide its services, The Facebook-owned company was down globally early September as well, with users reporting problems accessing the app. In May, WhatsApp was down for a few hours in all parts of the world, including from Germany, UK, US and some other European countries.
Recently whatsapp has introduced a most awaited feature delete for everyone through this feature user can delete their sent messages even from the receiver side.
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