- User was not able to see each other’s last seen.
- New user were unable to register.
- Now fixed all features are working perfectly
Globally famous chat service app WhatsApp suffered multiple glitches on late Friday, Users flooded social media with tweets and posts about the problem many screenshots were seen posted about the glitch. As per the reports from WhatsApp, the glitches are fixed now.
With this glitch happened in the server-side, people were found to spread the fake message on social media that this occurs because the famous chat company was planning to do away with these features. Users reported that the last seen visibility setting was reportedly automatically changed to Nobody for many users and when users try to change the setting threw an error. Similarly seen, some users’ online status was not visible to others.
WABetaInfo, WhatsApp news for iOS, Android and Windows wrote about this problem, they wrote an article about highlighting the subject as “Whatsapp is experiencing a serious issue with last seen at, online status and registration.” They acknowledge the problem and said that “WhatsApp will disable the read receipt: IT’S FAKE! These are not new WhatsApp features but it’s caused by a general outage or server-side bug worldwide.”
What are FIXED now?
They are updating the article every time WhatsApp fixes an issue. Till now as per they said that they have fixed the all the issues occurring.
WABetaInfo also informed users as soon as they had acknowledged the problem by writing “It’s not possible to register new accounts and to log in using your WhatsApp account, so it’s highly recommended to not uninstall and reinstall WhatsApp, otherwise you won’t be able to use your account until a fix is found.”
The publication blamed that the bug were deployed in server-side was the problems for the issues. Data available at Downdetector, a service that tracks outages, indicated that the WhatsApp issues first started showing up around 8:30 pm IST on June 19. As mentioned.
WhatsApp Messenger is a FREE messaging app available for Android and other smartphones. WhatsApp uses your phone’s Internet connection (4G/3G/2G/EDGE or Wi-Fi, as available) to let you message and call friends and family. Switch from SMS to WhatsApp to send and receive messages, calls, photos, videos, documents, and Voice Messages. From sending multimedia to simple text message every little feature you can find in this app. More than 115 million downloads from play store leads the company to the most used chat application in world wide.
WhatsApp’s long-await continues, payment service ‘WhatsApp Pay’ has remained in the beta phase since February 2018. After the launch, in India WhatsApp Pay has faced many compliance issues. The Chat company recently told the Supreme Court of India that WhatsApp Pay was fully compliant for Reserve Bank of India (RBI) guidelines.
Meanwhile, WhatsApp has rolled out WhatsApp Pay in Brazil. “We’re making sending and receiving money as easy as sharing photos. We’re also enabling small businesses to make sales right within WhatsApp,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a post.
Dark theme for WhatsApp Web and Desktop!
WhatsApp has recently submitted a new update through the Google Play Beta Program, bringing the version up to 2.20.13. User needs to update their WhatsApp version to the 2.20.13 Android beta update, in order to use the Dark Theme feature.
Company has announced that they are working to implement a Dark Theme for their web and desktop clients. The feature is not available yet in the proper version because it’s under development. Company also mentioned that there isn’t a known release date and it will be available in future for iOS, Android and, obviously, WhatsApp Web.