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WhatsApp crashed all over the world

The WhatsApp application suffers a worldwide crash

American tech giant Goal confirmed on Tuesday that a global outage was affecting its messaging service WhatsApp and said it was working to restore the app “as quickly as possible.”

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“We are aware that some people are having problems sending messages and we are working to restore WhatsApp for everyone as quickly as possible,” he told the magazine. AFP a Meta spokesperson.

User reports began to circulate early hours of the morningaccording to the portal downdetector.

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According to the portal, the first reports received on the subject were related to sending messages (65%), while there were other problems related to connecting to the server (26%) and receiving messages (9%). .

User reports began to circulate in the early hours of the morning (REUTERS / Francis Mascarenhas)
User reports began to circulate in the early hours of the morning (REUTERS / Francis Mascarenhas)

The bugs in this service, one of the most popular and used by users around the world, are also being communicated by hundreds of people on other social networks.

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In fact, the news has become “trend” on other social networks and is already the most commented issue by Internet users.

The WhatsApp application, which has nearly 2 billion users worldwideallows you to send and receive messages over the Internet, which is why it has replaced and displaced other traditional services such as SMS in many cases.

This is not the first time that the tool has suffered this type of failure. In April this year, Whatsapp recorded multiple failures worldwide affecting millions of users. Reports indicated intermittence in the sending and receiving messages.

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(With information from EFE)

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