WhatsApp restored after brief outage globally

WhatsApp restored after brief outage globally

WhatsApp restored after brief outage globally

Following the temporary outage, the users in many parts of world were unable to send or receive messages.

Users in countries ranging from the United States to Malaysia reported on Twitter that the Facebook messenger was down in their countries.

According to the report, users from countries like Brazil, Russia, India, Pakistan, Britain, and Germany joined online discussions and confirmed that they were experiencing difficulties in accessing the app's services.

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Downdetector recorded another wave of reports on the same day, but a bigger fraction of users complained about not being able to log in to their Whatsapp accounts. Facebook's spokeswoman in Singapore said the company was still investigating the reason.

That also means there's no easy fix to the problem, since it appears to be on WhatsApp's side.

However, the fall of the WhatsApp service did not last long and is now functioning normally.

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WhatsApp, the popular messaging smartphone application owned by Facebook crashed over the weekend, leaving millions of consumers in the USA, U.K, India, South Africa and Australia affected by the ecent outages.

In August Facebook went down temporarily for some of its more than 2 billion global users after a technical error caused a glitch that blocked access to the social network.

WhatsApp has faced similar widespread outages this year, including for several hours in May.

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People magazine reported that WhatsApp server is down around the world.

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