For a number of people, WhatsApp is unavailable. The PC client, mobile app, or even the web version of the Meta-owned instant messaging service are all broken. According to Downdetector, over 19,000 users have claimed that WhatsApp is down, with the outage appearing to have started at 12 p.m. According to reports on Downdetector, the problem is not just affecting people in India but all over the world.
A Meta representative told ANI, “We’re aware that certain users are now experiencing problems sending messages, and we’re working to restore WhatsApp for everyone as quickly as possible.” ABP Live has contacted the business to inquire further about the situation. When we receive a response, we’ll update this report.
On any WhatsApp platform, users in India are unable to send or receive messages. Users of the app are unable to call their contacts simultaneously.
ABP Live could confirm that on the mobile app, messages are left undelivered and calls aren’t connecting. On the other hand, on the Web version, some users are getting logged out of the platform, with an error message popup saying, “Make sure your computer has an active Internet connection”.