WhatsApp server was down after Diwali on October 25 Report Meta
WhatsApp services, owned by Meta, have been restored and the app should be back up and running soon if it hasn’t already. WhatsApp is now available through Android and iOS apps, as well as through WhatsApp Web. It should be noted that if some users report that the services are still not available on WhatsApp Web, your phone application should be functional.
WhatsApp, the popular instant messaging app owned by Meta and used by millions for quick texting, was down for almost two hours earlier today. As a result, millions of WhatsApp users around the world could neither send nor receive messages.
According to a spokeswoman for Meta, the company that owns WhatsApp said it was aware that some customers were now having problems sending messages and that the company had been working to restore WhatsApp’s server for everyone. as soon as possible. Meta also owns Facebook.
WhatsApp has resumed service for some customers after being unavailable for many hours. Although not all functions are operational, many users can now send and receive messages.
Previously, popular instant messaging platform WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, was down in several parts of the world, including India. Several users have reported not being able to send, receive or even log into their WhatsApp accounts.
WhatsApp Messenger, or simply WhatsApp, is a centralized, cross-platform, free instant messaging (IM) and voice over IP (VoIP) service owned by US-based Meta Platforms and available worldwide (formerly Facebook). Users can exchange text messages and voice messages, do voice and video chats, and share photos, documents, user locations, and other items. WhatsApp’s client application is available for mobile devices and desktop computers.
Brian Acton and Jan Koum, former Yahoo! Employees are the founders of WhatsApp. In the beginning, WhatsApp was created for the purpose of being used as a messaging application. In January 2009, after purchasing an iPhone, Koum and Acton, eager to enter what they anticipated would be a booming new multi-million dollar app industry created by Apple’s App Store, had the idea of an application that would provide information about people in your address book.
Koum named WhatsApp to sound like “what’s up?” He established WhatsApp Inc. in California on February 24, 2009. You must have your own phone number to sign up for the service. WhatsApp Business, a standalone business software capable of communicating with the main WhatsApp client, was launched in January 2018.
WhatsApp Messenger, or simply WhatsApp, is a centralized, cross-platform, free instant messaging (IM) and voice over IP (VoIP) service owned by US-based Meta Platforms and available worldwide (formerly Facebook).
It allows users to send text messages and voice messages, as well as do voice and video chats and share photos, documents, user locations and other things. WhatsApp’s client application is available on mobile devices and PCs. Whatsapp uses the internet to send messages and accounts are created by registering with a phone number. WhatsApp Business, a standalone business program that communicates with the basic WhatsApp client, was launched in January 2018.
WhatsApp’s most recent outage occurred during the holiday season in India, its biggest market by number of users when people use the platform even more than usual to send holiday greetings.
Following the outage, shares of WhatsApp parent company Meta Platforms (META.O) fell 0.7% to $128.85 in premarket trading.
The company hadn’t released any new updates as users in Asia, India, and the UK started seeing some connections reactivated.
A website that monitors technological disruptions in real time. The tracker had received nearly 28,000 outage reports.
Along with funny memes about the WhatsApp outage, users of the Meta-owned chat platform reported that none of the platform’s services were working. On October 25, 2022, the day after Diwali, around 12 p.m., WhatsApp stopped working.
#Whatsappdown was trending on Twitter, and many users took to the network to share funny jokes about the issue.
In India, WhatsApp has around 350 million monthly active users. Earlier this year, the platform launched features to help businesses engage with users in the country.