WhatsApp apologises for hour-long outage, assures normalcy

Whatsapp crashes globally app goes inactive

Whatsapp crashes globally app goes inactive

People experienced problems sending texts or were unable to log onto the Facebook-owned messaging service.

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. A few users reported that they could not even see the older messages, but a few said they could see the message history. The extent of the outage and the reasons for it were not immediately known.

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Twitter users were having a great day posting hilarious messages about the Whatsapp outage.

WhatsApp users took to social networking site Twitter to report issues with the service today within minutes of the chat app not working and soon #WhatsAppDown started trending.

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"Whatsappdown" was trending on Twitter in India, which is WhatsApp's biggest market, as well as in Pakistan, Britain, Germany and many other countries.

Users in Malaysia and Singapore also complained of WhatsApp being down in those countries.

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Facebook messenger, an instant messaging service application, reportedly suffered a temporary outage in various parts of the world on Saturday. WhatsApp has 1.3 billion monthly active users globally with over 200 million users in India. The service was acquired by Facebook in 2014 for $19 billion.

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