Famous Communication App WhatsApp Down In Several Countries
WhatsApp and WhatsApp Web Outage: Both group and private chats on WhatsApp are currently unavailable to thousands of users.
According to the outage monitor Downdetector, WhatsApp’s messaging service was unavailable to customers on Tuesday.
According to the website’s report, the app went offline just before noon, and #WhatsApp trended on Pakistani Twitter with 13,000 individuals discussing the outage.
Users complained that despite the app’s display of “connected,” they were unable to send messages.
A Meta representative said, “We’re aware that some users are now experiencing problems sending messages, and we’re working to restore WhatsApp for everyone as soon as possible.”
Major social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp experienced a significant outage in October 2021 that may have affected tens of millions of users.
Outage monitor outages were detected by Downdetector in densely populated cities like Paris and Washington.
It has been established that both individual and group conversations are affected by the outage. WhatsApp groups seem to be now unable to communicate, but individual chats also appear to be significantly impacted.
The outage monitoring service DownDetector reveals that thousands of customers are experiencing problems with WhatsApp. According to the heat map on the website, a large number of nations are affected, and the disruption is impacting people worldwide.
We can confirm that WhatsApp Web’s web client is no longer connecting, and it looks like this outage is also affecting WhatsApp Web. An error notice will be presented to anyone attempting to use WhatsApp Web.
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