Messaging solution not functioning given that following noontime in India
Messaging solution WhatsApp is facing an outage considering that just after twelve noon in India and also some other countries, going by reports by multiples users. It was not instantly known if it was down almost everywhere.
Prominent online device Down Detector began seeing abnormally high “issue records” at 12.07 pm, and also had actually detailed hundreds of such records by 1 pm. Many records were about messages not experiencing, at 69 percent, while others reported server interference and the application crashing entirely.
The messaging service is down for customers across the UK, the BBC reported. Social media individuals from Italy as well as Turkey likewise published regarding not being able to send out messages.
The company claimed it’s dealing with bringing it back up.
“We’re aware that some individuals are currently having problem sending out messages and also we’re working to bring back WhatsApp for every person as promptly as feasible,” stated a spokesperson of Meta, the company that possesses Facebook and Instagram besides WhatsApp.
A meme fest with the hashtag #WhatsAppDown started on Twitter as well as other platforms. Many individuals stated they first believed their internet solution was the issue.
— Mohsin Shafique (@Mohsinkhan7__) October 25, 2022
Another meme took a crack at of Farhan Akhtar, from the film Milkha Singh, “running to examine Twitter if WhatsApp is down”.
— Aarti Patil (@aartipatil92) October 25, 2022
WhatsApp is owned by Meta, the US-headquartered company that additionally owns Facebook and also Instagram. India is its biggest market by user numbers, at over 50 crore downloads.
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Last Updated: 25 October 2022