Service for instant messaging After an almost two-hour-long outage, WhatsApp is back up. Tuesday’s unexpected outage of the meta-owned instant messaging service App affected several nations, including Pakistan. However, following a nearly two-hour interruption, the service was reinstated.
Initial reports claimed that users could not send or receive messages on the messaging service owned by Meta, prompting the hashtag #WhatsApp to become a top trend on Twitter. In Pakistan, WhatsApp is by far the most widely used messaging app.
Then, US tech company Meta acknowledged that a widespread outage has impacted its messaging app WhatsApp and said it was trying to “as fast as possible” restore the service. After tracking the website Downdetector stated that customers were having issues utilizing the service, and the outage was reported.
Social media users flooded Twitter with funny memes as soon as the disturbances were announced. You can review a few of them below:
This user advocated switching to text messaging as the primary form of communication.
Another user took the reference image from “Money Heist” and wrote: “We need to communicate, but Whatsapp isn’t working. Professor: That’s why Twitter is important.”
“Me after resetting my phone, putting it in airplane mode, deleting WhatsApp, and then going to Twitter,” another user wrote.
The absence of WhatsApp was mentioned by this individual.
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