Facebook Inc has fixed a technical issue that caused a global outage of its services after more than a million people reported problems with its photo-sharing app Instagram.
The issue had also affected the company’s online messaging services Whatsapp, Instagram and Messenger, with #whatsappoutage trending on Twitter in many countries, including Pakistan India.
A Facebook spokesperson said the company had resolved the issue, which prevented access to its services.
Soon after the apps were reported with glitch, many took to Twitter and shared their two cents. Here's what they had to say:
they stopped Instagram so they could divert attention from this embarrassment https://t.co/CUsRpUKPA4— a (@burtmackliinFBI) March 19, 2021
Check in on your influencer friends, give them the validation they can’t receive through likes during these troubling times.— Arhum (@arhuml92) March 19, 2021
Whatsapp down, quickly everyone get your parents vaccinated!— Arhum (@arhuml92) March 19, 2021
Twitter, the most important app that informs you what other apps are down at any given moment.— Shumail (@Shumyl) March 19, 2021
Insta and whatsapp given up mid semi fight. Ugh.— ░░░░░ (@SaadaKhushbu) March 19, 2021
And then there were memes:
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