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Whatsapp has gone down across the world causing problems for thousands of users as the messaging service crashes.
People across the world are reporting the app has crashed – with thousands taking to social media to complain about the outage.
Twitter is exploding as people go online to report the messaging service has stopped working.
A spokesman for WhatsApp has said the company is aware of the outage and are working to fix it
According to website DownDetector.co.uk, outages are impacting users in Europe, South America and Africa.
The service also has a recorder for people to report problems with the app – with thousands flagging up issues within the past few minutes.
Outages appear to be spreading across the map with increasing reports of the app failure on the East and West Coast of the US.
Raging WhatsApp users are venting their frustrations – with some jokingly calling the outage the “end of days”.
Flurries of tweets from across the world are being sent every second as people turn to other messaging services.
Users attempting to send messages are reporting the app is locked on the “connecting” screen.
WhatsApp has more than 600 million users worldwide and is the biggest messaging service in the world.
The company has yet to confirm the reason for the problem.Source: Daily Star
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