Messaging app WhatsApp is currently not working all over the world and many users are enraged about the unfortunate incident.
According the website Down Detector, the problem is being experienced by users in Europe, North America, South America, Africa, Asia and Australia.
As a result, users are unable to send or receive messages; it only communicates the app’s “connecting” sign.
WhatsApp went down at about 20.30 GMT on Wednesday night.
These are some of the reaction from users on Twitter:
Amount of the times I turned wifi off and on and deleted my app to realize it’s not my fault….. #whatsappdown
— navdeep (@navdeep6) May 3, 2017
— Gina Marie Gosine (@oh_em_gina43) May 3, 2017
If Twitter is where we all go to confirm an app is down then just imagine what will happen if Twitter goes down too lol?? #whatsappdown
— ?Hobo?Princess? (@NanimellowS) May 3, 2017
Whatsapp is down and I dunno what to do? Can you chat to your friends any other way? ? pic.twitter.com/cxzAQhkzJ3
— Jonathan James (@_JonathanTurner) May 3, 2017
— Ambulance Mike (@ambulancemike) May 3, 2017