New Delhi, October 3, 2017 : Who doesn’t check their Whatsapp first thing in the morning immediately after waking up?
Whatsapp, the most popular instant messaging app, is more than a need; it is a necessity. You may miss reading the morning newspaper, but we are sure you can never afford to not check your whatsapp messages.
In such a scenario, Whatsapp users around the globe, including India, were faced with horror when they were unable to log into the app on November 3.
Whatsapp users from all around the world complained of connectivity issues as they encountered problems sending or receiving texts and were unable to log into the Facebook-owned Whatsapp.
WhatsApp was previously down for a few hours in May this year too, as users in all parts of the world went into frenzy and panic.
On Friday again, several users took to Twitter to confirm if there really is a problem or they are lone sufferers, and soon began a trend as reactions ranging from pure confusion, to agony to frustration to humor surfaced on the internet. The hashtag #whatsappdown was also trending on the micro-blogging site.
RT if you came to twitter to check if whatsapp is down or not? #whatsappdown
— #ChampagnePope (@ChampagnePope1) November 3, 2017
We bring you a glimpse of how the users took to Twitter to vent their frustration,
#whatsappdown i though it’s happening only for me then i switched off my mobile😝😝 then came here to see and it’s trending top 😂
— srinivasreddy (@sriniva_143) November 3, 2017
Seems like everybody was hooked onto Twitter for only one reason. Yes, we were all in this together!
— Smik The Deejay® (@dj_smik) November 3, 2017
Twitter users were quick to explain their frustrating using hilarious GIFS.
— preetam kumar biswal (@BiswalPreetam) November 3, 2017
We cannot argue how factually sound this user is.
First we used to check neighborhood from balcony to see if light has gone for everyone else too,Now we check twitter to see if #WhatsAppdown
— Abhay Ratna Pandey (@rabhay1987) November 3, 2017
Optimism at its best, we would say!
On a positive note, we are spared from the family group discussions and fake news and videos sent on the group #WhatsAppdown
— Karan Shah (@Karan_J_Shah) November 3, 2017
— The_Goddess (@rachel___ayg) November 3, 2017
We all know how that feels.
But Whatsapp is back again, and lets all heave a sigh of relief!