Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp servers lost worldwide
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp servers are currently down worldwide! Mark Zuckerberg founded and CEO of Facebook is yet to release a statement. Users are stating that photos for Facebook/Messenger are not showing up, UK residences also reported the same situation, This isn’t the first time all 3 apps crashed at the same time, for one company to own 3 major platforms is ridiculous and expected to happen.
Facebook users shouldn’t be expected to update their apps every time it crashes. Facebook and WhatsApp are facing the same problems, with images unable to be viewed or downloaded. Thankfully Snapchat is still working! Some users reported that you can’t even open the application for Instagram while others reported that it’s simply buffering.
As for now only United Kingdom households are reporting the situation, but expect the servers to crash in other countries.
Details about Facebook:
Facebook, Inc. is an American online social media and social networking service company based in Menlo Park, California. It was founded by Mark Zuckerberg, along with fellow Harvard College students and roommates Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes.
Founded:February 4, 2004; 15 years ago in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Founder(s):Mark Zuckerberg; Eduardo Saverin; Andrew McCollum; Dustin Moskovitz; Chris Hughes
Employees:30,275 (June 30, 2019)
Details about Instagram:
Instagram is extremely similar to Twitter, you follow a profile to view and like their profiles, you can also choose to put your account on private and each follower must request to view your profile, Instagram is also a hit for newer generations.
Details about WhatsApp:
WhatsApp is certainly not as popular as the last two we mentioned, but it’s definitely liked by its user’s, it’s a much simpler and less complicated app. The app is similar to Facebook’s messenger, you can text (by using phone numbers) photos and messages. WhatsApp also receives updates regularly for a better experience.
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