Communications now has become affordable in the sense that you only need to have a smartphone and you can send information around the world. Now we are free from all sort stresses we pass through before delivering our message to someone. Now due to technological advancement, we now have the application which help us performing task so easily and amazing. The most used smartphone application known as the Whatsapp, breakdown for some hours before restoring back. No one was in the know of the exact thing happening until it's CEO, Will Cathcart, made the announcement of it's restoration.
He expressed his sincere apology to everyone who hasn't been able to use whatsapp for these hours and said"we're starting to slowly and carefully get whatsapp working again."
After Whatsapp has been restored back the CEO, twittered that "we're now back and running at 100%",and also thank everyone around the world for their patience while their teams worked diligently to restore whatsapp.
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