Many WhatsApp users across the globe reported problems when trying to access the messaging app on Tuesday, complaining of issues with connection and sending messages. A WhatsApp outage has resulted in over 500,000 netizens flocking to Twitter and has made 'WhatsApp' trend worldwide.
According to DownDetector.com, a website that tracks connectivity problems with websites, WhatsApp users experienced issues primarily in Central Europe, especially in the Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom, and Latin American countries.
Users say that they had issues while trying to send the messages via WhatsApp.
Whats App is down and having connection problem reported around the world. Do not restart your phone or reinstall App. pic.twitter.com/qJO1WuaRci— Rizwan Aslam💧 (@rizwanaslamK) July 14, 2020
Netizens joked about the outage, making memes about how everyone came to Twitter to complain about the messaging app.