Having trouble sending WhatsApp messages? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. The entire service seems to be down for everyone at the moment. Over one billion users worldwide, including users from UK, Germany, Argentina, Pakistan, India, US, Indonesia, Belgium, Greece (and the list goes on) were unable to access WhatsApp, the smartphone free-messaging service on Thursday, according to reports.
Users from across the world reported that the popular messaging app has crashed, social media was abuzz with millions complaining about the outage (WhatsApp Down).
WhatsApp Down: Down Detector
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Problems with the app surged over the last hour, according to the website Down Detector.
Those problems were particularly focused in western Europe, the East Coast of the US and South America, according to the same website. But that may simply be a result of timezones, and the problems could be happening elsewhere.
The company is getting flooded by feedback from thousands complaining regarding the issue within the past few minutes.
The company is yet to release a statement and inform about the issue.
This is what people are saying on Twitter after WhatsApp went down: