The messaging app in recent hours has gone haywire: the protest of users.
Whatsapp is one of themost loved and downloaded apps in recent years. Thanks to it, users can exchange both text and voice messages, photos, videos and much more. Recently some new features have been introduced, such as being able to delete messages already sent or record voice notes without always holding your finger on the appropriate button. All these updates are sure to please users, but something has happened in the last hours that has troubled consumers. Let’s find out what it is.
The app goes down
Yesterday, WhatsApp started to give problems to many users, Starting from 19.30 the platform no longer allowed to send and receive messages.
The problem lasted for about 30 minutes The main reports came from Western Europe, Asia and Africa. Probably it was an app crash, given the large number of users who use the app daily. It is not the first time that such a thing happens. Recently, in fact, the same thing happened yesterday evening. On 3 November, in particular, users could no longer use the app for about half an hour.
The protest of users
Many consumers use WhatsAppalso for work reasons. Of course, the blockade of the platform did not please many, who have poured out on many social networks to tell the story. In particular, the reports came via Twitter, where a vast number of users commented on the situation and the hashtag # whatsappdown started .
The company has not received any response from users who have asked about the incident, as this happened twice in this month.
After a while, however, everything is back to work properly, for the happiness of consumers. The platform has many new updates in mind that will surely amaze you once again. Starting from January 2018, however, some users who use devices that are too old or have very backward software versions, will no longer be able to use the application. In the past few months it was the same company that communicated the thing, saying that due to future changes, some consumers will no longer be able to support the app. #whatsapp down