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WhatsApp is down, so, if you're trying to arrange your weekend plans when you should be working, it's bad luck.
People have been unable to send or receive messages, and are instead being met with a message saying 'Connecting...' and a spinning wheel. How frustrating is that spinning wheel? Has anyone else lashed their phone at the wall yet?
People quickly made their way over to Twitter to see if the problem was just with them, only to find other people across most of Europe, India, Singapore and Vietnam were also unable to send messages. Misery loves company.
Switching between WiFi and 4G trying to get WhatsApp messages to send #whatsappdown pic.twitter.com/rGCaS0NdML
- Kam (@Kamil_LFC94) November 3, 2017
WhatsApp Users Right Now :confused:#whatsappdown pic.twitter.com/mKRMc5fDsC
- Hassan Roonjho:registered: (@Hassan_Roonjho) November 3, 2017
When your Whatsapp doesn't work and you search on Twitter instead of the news. #whatsappdown pic.twitter.com/SbGtJMtZCu
- Laura Iles (@LaurailesPR) November 3, 2017
It's true... #Whatsappdown! pic.twitter.com/XGtHyLMIv6
- Aayushya Bajpai (@AayushyaB) November 3, 2017
Everyone is checking Twitter to see if whatsapp is down :sweat_smile::sweat_smile:#WhatsappDown :man::computer: pic.twitter.com/kN7jiUEFJl
- Zon (@ArchWriterMona) November 3, 2017
According to DownDetector, most problems are being reported in Europe:
Credit: Down Detector
People are being forced to contact their friends via iMessage or SMS, like fucking cavepeople. Come on WhatsApp, sort your servers out.
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