WhatsApp down for customers worldwide for almost three hrs, points now mounted


New Delhi, July 15

WhatsApp went down for a short interval on Wednesday morning as customers in India and worldwide had been unable to ship or obtain messages for a few hours.

The app would nonetheless open however a connecting loop was displayed whereas the service skilled points.

The service was later restored.

A Facebook spokesperson advised The Verge: “Earlier at the moment, an inner replace made to our WhatsApp servers brought on some individuals to have hassle sending messages. 

“We quickly resolved this issue for everyone, and we apologise for any inconvenience”.

Affected customers discovered that WhatsApp was “connecting” when making an attempt to ship a message.

WhatsApp went down on June 19 for thousands and thousands of customers in India and elsewhere who reported points with privateness settings in addition to final seen on-line standing not working.

According to outage monitor portal Down Detector, there was a 66 per cent spike in WhatsApp down reviews, with final seen on-line standing not working for them in addition to 28 per cent reporting connection points.

Both Android and iOS WhatsApp customers took to Twitter to report the problems.

On June 16, Facebook, Messenger and Instagram suffered outages in numerous elements of the world, and Instagram customers weren’t in a position to submit direct messages.

WhatsApp now has 2 billion customers globally and India has over 400 million customers. IANS



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