WhatsApp, the popular messaging app owned by Facebook, faced an outage in India where users were unable to download videos and some media files. The issue started on the evening of April 7, 2022 and lasted for several hours. The outage affected millions of users across India, one of the biggest markets for WhatsApp. The company did not immediately issue a statement on the cause of the outage or how long it would last, but some reports suggest that it was due to a server issue. Users took to social media to express their frustration and seek answers about the outage. Some WhatsApp users in India are facing an outage and are unable to download videos on the app. The disruption began last night, as per Downdetector, and continued on Monday as well. Many users took to microblogging platform Twitter to complain about the issues being faced with the messaging app. The problem appears to have largely affected Android beta users.
WhatsApp users in India were unable to download videos on the app, and this outage started last night and continued on Monday. Users faced this issue on Android beta version of the app. Many users took to Twitter to report the issue and complain about the messaging app’s problems. Downdetector, a website that tracks outages, also reported that many users experienced issues with the app in India. The cause of the outage is unclear, and WhatsApp has not released any official statement regarding the matter yet.