Are you struggling to send messages on WhatsApp?
Given that WhatsApp is the most widely used messaging service with two billion monthly active users worldwide, it is a big thing whenever it crashes everywhere.
And on Tuesday, it was revealed that WhatsApp would experience global disruptions starting on October 25. In the early hours of Tuesday morning, notably around 10 am Kenyan time, a number of users reported problems with sending and receiving messages on WhatsApp, according to the monitoring service DownDetector.
When will WhatsApp resume operations?
It’s not the first time WhatsApp has crashed, but the service is usually back online in a matter of hours. They have the personnel to address any issue because they are the largest messaging service in the world. At least, that is typically the situation.
Where to verify if WhatsApp is operational once again
The simplest technique to determine if WhatsApp is operational once more is to open the app. If it’s not functioning, there will be a notice that says “retrying.” If that message is missing, it might be working again. The most recent statistics on the number of outage reports can also be found by visiting a website like DownDetector.
Reactions on Twitter
The same types of memes frequently appear on Twitter whenever WhatsApp goes down. When WhatsApp has gone down in the past, it has occasionally been accompanied by an issue on affiliated social networking sites Facebook and Instagram, but this time everything seems to be working as it should.
WhatsApp is currently trending on Twitter as well, which is unusual because Twitter is hardly ever influenced in this way. This led to the creation of several widely circulated memes. Twitter is operational, so it would also be worthwhile to follow WhatsApp on Twitter in case their social media team posts an update there.