WhatsApp users are now able to send photos, videos, stickers, GIFs.
Facebook Inc.is backing away from efforts to sell ads in WhatsApp, in a retreat from a controversial plan that drove the creators of the popular messaging service to resign more than 18 months ago, according to people familiar with the matter.
Instant messaging app Whatsapp (Whatsapp) your users to the new feature to launch is.
The outage comes at a time when the Facebook-owned messaging app for Android has now notched up a staggering five billion downloads, making it only the second non-Google app to achieve this milestone.
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Over 500 million people worldwide use the Facebook app every day.
WhatsApp was the worst-hit platform for internet shutdowns in 2019, with the app facing 6,236 hours of disruption previous year, according to a study by Top10VPN. "They are most likely to respond to protests or riots, particularly those related to elections, as authoritarian regimes want to restrict the flow of information and keep power under control".
Deliberate internet shutdowns a year ago were estimated to have cost the world economy around $8 billion.
People rushed to Twitter to report the issue.
"The shutdown makes it nearly impossible for people to communicate in these situations, which makes it easier for the authorities to keep control of the power", Woodham told the British publication. Initially, when the decision was made public, Facebook even released a teaser to demonstrate how they were planning to place an ad on WhatsApp.