“Meta” apologizes: “WhatsApp has been disabled” and the problem has been solved

Meta Corporation confirmed today, Tuesday, that it has fixed a global bug that prevented sending and receiving messages via the WhatsApp instant messaging application.

“We understand that people have had problems sending messages via WhatsApp today. We have solved the problem and apologize for the inconvenience,” a Meta spokesperson told AFP.

Users complained that the “WhatsApp” application had problems with the service this morning, Tuesday, according to reports on the websites of social network.

Users said that the “WhatsApp” services owned by the company “Meta” suffered a partial interruption. It has been reported that users are not in able to send or receive messages on the messaging platform.

In its first reaction, the company “Meta” recognized the malfunctions in the “WhatsApp” application and confirmed that it was working to fix the problem.

Users have complained about a glitch, as sending and receiving photos and videos have been interrupted.

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WhatsApp became the world’s most popular messaging app by 2015 and has more than two billion users in around the world in February 2020.

The WhatsApp application is currently working on many secret changes, which WABetaInfo investigators have revealed to have modified the application to reveal upcoming changes.

According to the British newspaper The Sun, they are in five big changes in the WhatsApp application, many of which still are in development stage, but others have passed the beta test. Includes a new feature that allows you to create links to join calls (beta), the ability to hide when you are online on “WhatsApp” (beta).

Features also include the ability to create and share polls in group chat (beta), a new camera mode for easy video recording (in development stage), as well as the ability to save hidden messages (in development phase).

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