We have been moving for several days in terms of downsides in popular services. If a couple of days ago it was Outlook (old Hotmail), which has caused problems for its users, it is now the most popular messaging application. Since WhatsApp has begun to fail, its decline is reflected on both Twitter and measuring tools such as Downdetector. The problem seems to affect both the connection and the opening of the application, or through the WhatsApp site and when sending and receiving messages. Moreover, everything suggests that this is not the only fall of Spain, as they also identify problems in other areas, such as the United Kingdom.
– 🐱😊MLB😄🐞 (@ Chat_97) November 30, 2018
The fact is, this is not the first drop that WhatsApp has suffered in recent weeks. Earlier this month there were several hours of problems and many users did not leave access to the application. In this case, the problem gets worse when you uninstall the application and try to re-register the phone number with the error message that is repeated repeatedly.
According to the live map of the Downdetector's failure, service problems are relatively widespread among Spain, Mexico, Ecuador, Argentina, and even Brazil. We have to remember that one is released in Spain, which would explain that there are not so many users who reported problems from the peninsula.
Community Alerts: #Whatsapp is down 😨 strange that messages can be sent, not sounds …. Those who anger the anger should be happy 🙌
– Eve Alonzo (@evealonzo) November 30, 2018
Twitter users also responded to application failure. Some people suggest that the service does not work directly, but there are others that explain the problems that come with sending audios instead of messages. Will it also take several hours before the issue is resolved or will it be faster for the service to work for all users?