QR.bizNewsTwitterati report server, media transfer issues on WhatsApp

Twitterati report server, media transfer issues on WhatsApp

Users are complaining that they are unable to send GIFs, stickers, images, or voice messages, with many saying they can not update their statuses as well.

Previous outages on WhatsApp, in mid-2019, appeared to be associated with USA cybersecurity firm Cloudflare. Downdetector claims the service has been experiencing issued since 6:43 AM EST. Koum and Acton were reportedly concerned that a commercial messaging feature would force WhatsApp to weaken its end-to-end encryption.

Social media is also full of users saying they can't send any media via the app with one tweet saying: "Whatsapp down?"

Many took to Twitter to share that they were not being able to send messages or media across the platform for quite some time now.

Looks like Facebook's popularly owned online messaging app WhatsApp is now experiencing issues in some regions around the world.

The tech giant has also disbanded the team in charge of planning out the best ways to integrate ads into the popular messaging service, said the report.

Whilst another vented their anger by saying: "Perhaps time to find another messaging service not owned by a large greedy corporation". In the future, however, Facebook is looking forward to bring more acceptability for ads in users and this is later going to benefit them in the case of WhatsApp.

The company, recently purchased by Facebook, has not responded to probes over the outage but the situation has #whatsappdown trending. Outage.report said it had received 2,709 reports from India, the United Kingdom, France, Singapore, Malaysia, and 106 other countries.

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