WhatsApp has crashed globally. Residents of Europe, Russia,Asia, Latin America and Africa complain about the work of the popular messenger, according to Downdetector .
More than 500 million people use the app each day and many have taken out their frustrations across Twitter and Facebook.
Me rushing to twitter to confirm whether whatsapp is down😂 #WhatsAppDown pic.twitter.com/f5u3vtiP8q— Og TRYCE (@slimpablo5) January 19, 2020
#whatsappdown since whatsapp is refusing to send my pictures pic.twitter.com/qnWrzktpNA— Ukeogbani (@Ukeria11) January 19, 2020
#whatsappdown— Velmani SVG (@VelmaniSVG18) January 19, 2020
U know twitter🔥 is best and Fast server in worldwide pic.twitter.com/ysVFyDVeb4#whatsappdown
WhatsApp users reported that they were unable to share photos, videos, GIFs, and stickers.
In Europe, the failure was recorded in Spain, Portugal, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Romania, Poland, Norway and Finland. Failures are also reported in Brazil, South Africa, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Singapore, the UAE and India.