WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook Failed – Facebook and its own WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook Messenger apps are reporting upload issues worldwide due to severe outages, multiple users complained.
The descent detector showed more than 20,000 incidents in which people reported problems with Facebook and Instagram. “Sorry, something went wrong. We are occupied on it and will fix it as soon as possible,” read a message on Facebook’s website as it tried to upload it.
Meanwhile, the social media giant’s instant messaging platform WhatsApp was down for more than 14,000 users, while Messenger was down for nearly 3,000 users. “We recognize that some people have trouble accessing our applications and products. We are working to get everything back to normal as soon as possible, and we apologize for the problem, “said a spokesman for the Facebook company.
Also, a tweet shared by Instagram read: “Instagram and your friends are having a difficult time right now. And you may have trouble using it. Be patient, we will be there! #instagramdown “.
DownDetector only tracks outages by collecting status reports from various sources, including errors submitted by users on its platform. The bug can affect a large number of users. It is usual for websites and applications to fail, although it is rare worldwide.
Later, user reports also indicated that Twitter is having trouble, according to Downdetector.
Shares of Facebook fell 5.45% to $ 324.31 each at 1:30 p.m. ET, while Twitter shares were down 6.73% to $ 57.81. Meanwhile, Twitter has to bombard multiple memes on Facebook, WhatsApp, and the failure of Instagram. Just look:
According to estimations from analysts surveyed by FactSet, Facebook’s annual revenue has more than doubled from $ 56 billion in 2018 to $ 119 billion this year. The company’s market value has risen from $ 375 billion at the end of 2018 to nearly $ 1 trillion. The outage comes a day after a whistleblower revealed her identity on American television. After leaked a series of documents to authorities alleging that the social media giant knew its products fueled hatred and damaged mental health. Of the kids.
Frances Haugen, a 37-year-old data scientist from Iowa, has worked for companies like Google and Pinterest. But said in an interview with CBS newscast “60 Minutes” that Facebook was “much worse” than anything she had seen before. The world’s largest social media platform was engulfed in a firestorm by Haugen in which US lawmakers . The Wall Street Journal detailed how Facebook knew its products, including Instagram, were harming girls, especially concerning that body image.