WhatsApp Back Online After Outage

WhatsApp Back Online After Outage

WhatsApp; the messaging platform, which offers end-to-end encryption for messages has come back online after an outage that affected users around the world.

Meta, who owns the popular method of group communication for social, work, and parenting activities said the problem had been fixed but did not give a reason for the disruption.

Earlier today, people trying to send and receive messages on WhatsApp, which has about two billion users globally, began reporting issues at about 08:00 hours

WhatsApp Back Online After Outage
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    According to the service status website Down Detector, more than 12,000 reports were posted within half an hour. However, at about 10:00 hours service seemed to be returning for many users.

    Meta in a statement said the problem had been resolved.

    “We know people had trouble sending messages on WhatsApp today. We have fixed the issue and apologize for any inconvenience,” the statement said.

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    It would be recalled that last year WhatsApp went down as part of a six-hour outage that also hit Facebook, Oculus, and Instagram.

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