The messaging app for Mark Zuckerberg, WhatsApp He stopped working after 2:00 p.m., with Instagram and Facebook. None of the apps were updated, and the messaging service did not send or receive text, images, or files. Users reported that the service is back online, but, as usual, many people took advantage of the situation to laugh at the downfall of the three apps that are among the most used in the world.
It is not known why the two apps are owned The social networking site Facebook They stopped working at the same moment. So far, failures have been reported in Argentina, Chile, Mexico And other Latin American countries.
The fall of WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram
The company still does not provide information on the fall of the networks. “We are aware that some people are facing issues accessing some services in the Facebook suite of apps. We are working to get things back to normal as quickly as possibleIt was the only thing the company spokesmen mentioned.
We must remember that WhatsApp is the most used communication channel by Argentines And in times when many workers are continuing to work from home due to the pandemic, this has become a major tool.
What the Instagram owner said
Mark Zuckerberg hasn’t said anything yet.
Although the causes are not known yet, it was most likely due to the server downtime. These problems are regular, because they occur more than once a year, and usually coincide with them Migration carried out by Facebook (owner of both platforms) servers to get more space.
WhatsApp and Instagram: What about Telegram?
Application users They started using Twitter, To talk about WhatsApp’s main competitor, Telegram. Among the memes and comments, the messaging app has placed itself among Zuckerberg app users.
Is Twitter from Facebook?
The application is independent of the social network created by Mark Zuckerberg. Created by Jack Dorsey in 2006 and estimated to have more than 300 million users, it generates 65 million tweets daily and handles over 800,000 queries per day. It was called “Internet SMS”.