WhatsApp down: Did you face it?
WhatsApp was down for around half an hour, during this time user were unable to send and receive message.
For some users, the App was even crashing. The issues starting around 6 pm GMT and appeared to last more than half an hour.
It was not just contained to Asia, with many users in South America, the Middle East and Europe unable to send or receive messages through the app.
Users took it to Twitter to vent their frustration.
— Vicky Thompson (@Chinonu) November 30, 2017
I mean, literally everyone!! 😅 #whatsappdown
RT if you are on Twitter because WhatsApp is down!😃 pic.twitter.com/ogicPzhJB1
— Kiran Kumnoor (@kirankumnoor12) November 30, 2017
When you check Twitter to see if anyone else’s WhatsApp is down…
— Jack Woolfenden (@JackWoolfenden) November 30, 2017
It previously crashed in May, November, and before that on New Year’s Eve last year.
California-based WhatsApp, which Facebook Inc. purchased for £14billion in 2014, is among the most popular messaging services in the world.
The app has more than one billion users worldwide and is the biggest messaging service globally.