Published: Wed, April 17, 2019
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Facebook, Instagram And WhatsApp Back Online After Outage

Facebook, Instagram And WhatsApp Back Online After Outage

Exactly a month after Facebook and its family of apps suffered its longest, nearly 24 hours, worldwide outage, WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook users from around the world were again complaining that the apps were not working properly. Most of the affected people were in Europe and Asia.

However, Facebook did not specify the cause or scope of the outages.

Facebook acquired WhatsApp at 2014 and Instagram in 2012.

Separately, Downdetector.com also showed that there were issues with WhatsApp and Instagram, but with a relatively lower count of outage reports.

The website wouldn't refresh, and messages weren't coming through, from roughly 6:30 AM EDT (New York time) to about 9:30 AM.


You will find more than 1.52 billion each day active Facebook users, as stated by the social networking network's website.

[Yesterday], some people may have experienced trouble connecting to the family of apps. In fact, Facebook had experienced one of its most pervasive falls in last month, while users across the world had been unable to access Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp for over 24 hours.

Facebook explained that they have resolved the issues and the systems are recovering after the problems.

Down Detector's outage service maps showed that Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp users in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, India and the Philippines reported encountering issues with the platforms.

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