The app doesn’t initially look broken, with chats and contacts able to load. But once a user is into a chat, the app just shows a “connecting” message that never resolves itself, and so new messages can’t be sent or received.
For now, the service’s 1.2 billion users will have to resort to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat or good old fashioned text message.
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