WhatsApp back online after global outage [MAJ]


For a year, WhatsApp messaging has experienced repeated interruptions (here, here or here). If regularly, the three brands of the Meta group (Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp) fall at the same time, it is different this morning.

Update on 10/25/2022 at 12:15 p.m.: WhatsApp is back online after the intervention of its technical teams earlier in the morning. “We know people have had difficulty messaging on WhatsApp today. We have resolved the issue and apologize for any inconvenience”said a spokesperson for WhatsApp’s parent company, Meta.

His teams did not give any details on the reason for this misadventure. That said, we can point out that this breakdown occurs in the middle of the Hindu Festival of Lights. Currently, India is WhatsApp’s biggest market by number of users. Increased use of the platform may have caused the unrest this morning.

The website DownDetector already lists several thousand complaints from users who can no longer connect to the messaging service and send messages. In France, the social network has quickly become one of the most discussed topics on other social networks. Both the application and the web interface are no longer accessible and display an error message.

Unable to send WhatsApp message

Majority of users are unable to send messages via WhatsApp anymore. At best, you have to wait long minutes before seeing the messages being delivered. It is also no longer possible to make calls through the application. It will be necessary to opt for alternatives like iMessage, Instagram or Messenger to continue its exchanges.

Whatsapp DownDetector

Outages this morning © Downdetector

With over 2 billion users worldwide, WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps across all generations. Despite its regular breakdowns, it is still just as popular with the general public. The current dysfunction affects the whole world, including the French and the Americans. According to data provided by DownDetectorthese disturbances started around 9:00 a.m.

As often, it is on Twitter that the community is the most reactive. In a few minutes, thousands of complaints (in multiple languages) targeted the social network of the Facebook group. The WhatsApp hashtag jumped into Twitter’s top trends instantly.

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