All of the three social media platforms WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram are believed to be suffering from technical glitches since evening
Popular social media sites Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook users are facing problems while logging in, sharing and downloading images, video.
This started since this evening (July 3). However, Twitter stands tall as many users have flooded their handles with complaints about the same. Hence, Twitter users are feeling proud!
Many started cracking jokes and creating memes on the same. Some expressed their disappointment on Twitter as their beloved apps haven’t been working for them.
Whatsapp error anyone?😭 pic.twitter.com/ZLtC3kgaup— Vel🦊 📌Sharing postcard WayV (@qifarahmadhany) July 3, 2019
"Twitter is by far the default app we all run to when something's up... #whatsappdown," a user tweeted.
"Whatsapp: Dead, Instagram: Me too, Facebook: So do I guys, Twitter: Come here baby!" another quipped.
"Instagram,whatsapp and Facebook down but twitter still stands ,Lol niggas downloading twitter now real quick #whatsappdown," another user joked.
Getting a little emotional, a user wrote, "All through my stay on Twitter, twitter has never been down ... twitter is home."
"Rt if you come to Twitter just to confirm WhatsApp is down?," another tweeted.
"Facebook: Down, Instagram:Down, WhatsApp:Down, #WhatsAppDown, Twitter: Accommodating everyone," another user wrote alongside a video of rodents.
Taking this opportunity to send out a positive message for mankind, a user wrote, "In the world of insta,whatsapp,fb Be like twitter."
According to reports, the problem it seems is with Facebook servers, which power all three services and the issue is prevalent across Europe, USA, and Africa.
A Facebook spokesperson said in a statement quoted by Variety, "We're aware that some people and businesses are currently having trouble uploading or sending images, videos and other files on our apps. We're working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible and we apologise for any inconvenience."
On WhatsApp, when users are trying to download media files, a notification pops up on the screen saying, "Can't download. Please ask that it be resent to you." However, we are able to send files.
(Inputs from ANI)
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Last Updated 3, Jul 2019, 11:51 PM