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WhatsApp Down In Pakistan Causes Outrage In Every City

An hour ago, due to an unknown issue, the most popular social networking application “WhatsApp” has stopped working. This problem is not only being faced in Pakistan, but also across many countries. People have started to search for “WhatsApp down in Pakistan” and to be honest, the hashtag #whatsappdown has started to trend on the top of all social media platforms.

Why Is Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp Down?

As of now, there is no word about what is happening to these social media platforms. While this may be true, many social media users took no time and addressed the issue on Twitter – the only social media platform working right now.

As soon as the users faced the problem, they headed to Twitter and addressed the problem with the hashtag #Whatsappdown. Soon after, countless other users from different countries came up with the same issue and added more hashtags – #Instagramdown and #Facebookdown.

When Will The Issue Resolve?

It looks like there is a technical problem occurring at the Facebook headquarters. All the social platforms owned by the company went down one after the other around the same time.

While this may be valid, you can use Twitter in the meantime to address your concerns or get all the latest updates.

Users Have Started To Indicate Problem

This application is a social networking platform mobile messaging app for smart phones such as the iPhone, Android phones, Windows Mobile or Blackberry.

Indicate issues

This chart shows a view of problem reports submitted in the past 24 hours. As compared to the typical volume of reports by time of day. Downdetector only reports an incident when the number of problem reports. This is significantly higher than the typical volume for that time of day. Visit the Downdetector page to learn more about how Downdetector collects status information and detects problems.

WhatsApp Down Causes Outrage

Services of Meta-owned WhatsApp reportedly suffered outages worldwide, with users reporting issues sending messages and overall app functionality.

WhatsApp Down users have complained about disruption in services, as thousands report issues sending messages.

A swathe of users has taken to other forms of social media, such as Twitter to complain about the platform being down.

According to Downdetector, a website that monitors service outages for messaging and social media platforms. There have been 2,079 reports of outages since around 7:50 am this morning (25 October), a stark contrast from the baseline of three.