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WhatsApp reportedly down in India and globally for 60 percent users

04 November 2017, 12:29 | Virginia Benson

WhatsApp reportedly down in India and globally for 60 percent users

#WhatsAppDown: Turmoil hits thousands of users as chat connections fail

By this time, services in United Kingdom has been restored in nearly all parts and users from Malaysia, India, Kenya also report that Whatsapp seems to be working fine for the past couple of minutes.

WhatsApp users had to find another way to communicate with their friends and loved ones on Friday morning after reports of an outage in countries across the world.

Scores of users from South Africa, India and the United Kingdom took to microblogging social network Twitter lamenting the issue. According to various reports, users in Europe, Singapore, the USA, the UK, India and other Asian countries are facing this problem.

According to DownDetector, a website that tracks site and app outages, thousands of WhatsApp customers reported problems with the app. The Facebook-owned messaging platform has more than one billion users globally.

The outage began at 7.10am GMT, and it prevented millions of people across the world from using the app.

Most recently, an outage occurred in May and it took hours to get the service back up. Whatsapp the instant messaging application has become the hub for the personal and professional use. "This issue has been fixed and we apologize for the inconvenience", a spokesperson said. The app in May had experienced downtime of a few hours - a longer outage than today's. WhatsApp rarely suffer from problems that are worldwide.

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