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Netizens all over the world experience problems with FB, IG, Whatsapp

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Mar. 14, 19 | 6:12 am

Netizens from different parts of the world have noticed that their social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram, as well as their online messaging apps, Messenger and WhatsApp, have not been working properly.

Online reports have stated that many netizens have been experiencing problems with the said online platforms explaining that, while they can open the apps on their smartphones, some of its major functions are not working.

Facebook and Instagram users said that the websites are down and they cannot share new posts. There are also some who said they cannot view images and send friend requests. The 24-hour Facebook and Instagram Stories are also not working in some cases.

Netizens also said that some apps, like Spotify, don’t work if they try logging in with their Facebook account.

Meanwhile, Facebook Messenger won’t allow its users to send images and it is not loading on the desktop version. Likewise, WhatsApp is having problems with sending and receiving messages.

DownDetector said that the social media outages are mainly in New England; Texas; Seattle, Washington; parts of Latin America, including Peru; the UK; India; and the Philippines.

As of press time, Facebook has confirmed that there is indeed problems with their family of apps and that they are already working on fixing them.

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