Why WhatsApp is Not Working? Meta Working on a Fix!

Tens of thousands of WhatsApp users say that the app, which is owned by Meta and has more than 2 billion users, is down. Users say that the problem started around 12:20 AM PT. WhatsApp has said that it is aware of the problem and is working to fix it.

Users can’t sign up for WhatsApp, send or receive new messages, change their profile information or privacy settings, or send or receive new messages, they said.

Two websites that keep an eye on the Facebook app, DownDetector and WaBetaInfo, have confirmed that the app is down. DownDetector says that users around the world are having trouble with WhatsApp. In just one hour, more than 60,000 of them told them about the problem.

According to WaBetaInfo, the problem is “on the server side,” so it won’t be fixed until Meta fixes it remotely.

In a statement to TechCrunch, a Meta spokesperson said: “We’re aware that some people are currently having trouble sending messages and we’re working to restore WhatsApp for everyone as quickly as possible.”

WhatsApp has become an important part of the infrastructure in many markets. Government officials, telecom service providers, and billions of people all use it. As of 2020, the service was used to send more than 100 billion messages every day, which is the most in the business.

As of early 2016, 60 billion messages were sent every day between Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp. Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, said in May 2020 that iMessage and FaceTime were being used more than ever, but he didn’t give any numbers.

The last time Apple shared the number, it was a long way behind how many people used WhatsApp at the time (podcast). WeChat, which also has more than 1 billion users, is also behind in the number of messages sent every day.

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