Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram services are back to normal once again. Apologizing for the disruption to Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram services. Mark Zuckerberg said that services are now returning to normal. “Sorry for today’s disruption — I know how much you trust our services to stay connected with the people you care about,” he said.
On Tuesday morning, WhatsApp said via Twitter, “Apologies to those who have not been able to use WhatsApp today. We are slowly and carefully restarting WhatsApp. Thank you very much for your patience. We’ll continue to keep you updated when we have more information to share.”
Let us tell you that the services of Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram were stalled globally on Monday night. Due to which thousands of users of the world including India faced trouble in using these digital platforms. Facebook also owns Instagram and messaging app WhatsApp. This problem started around 9 pm Indian time. Users complained that they were unable to access any of the three platforms.
Users of WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram in India
The microblogging site Twitter was flooded with tweets regarding this problem. Because users of social media forums shared posts and memes regarding this problem. Facebook as well as its other social media platforms have a considerable number of users in India. Shared earlier this year. According to government data, India has 53 crore WhatsApp users, 41 crore Facebook users and 21 crore Instagram users.
You all can see that today i.e. Tuesday morning via Twitter, WhatsApp tweeted saying, “Apologies to those who have not been able to use WhatsApp today. We are slowly and carefully restarting WhatsApp. Thank you very much for your patience. We will continue to keep you updated when we have more information to share.”