Don’t forget about WhatsApp’s recent security breach, and update your app to the latest version of the WhatsApp web app.
This article first appeared on The Irish Daily Times.
The company has confirmed that the bug is in the latest release of its web app for iOS, and not the latest one for Android.
It is also a matter of concern that this bug could cause WhatsApp to go offline, and that WhatsApp users could lose all contact with WhatsApp.
The bug affects WhatsApp on iOS and Android versions of the web app, but does not affect the Google Play store version.
It affects WhatsApp users on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 8.1, but not on those versions on Windows Phone 7.1 and 8.0.
WhatsApp says that it is aware of the issue and is working with the iOS and Google Play teams to fix it.
The issue has been identified by the team working on the issue, and they are investigating the issue.
“We have contacted Google to help us understand the issue,” said WhatsApp spokesperson Anu Dhar.
“We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause, and will update the user experience accordingly.”
If you are experiencing this issue, it’s important to keep a copy of the app installed on your phone so you can revert to the previous version without the risk of losing any of your contact.
WhatsApp has also put out a statement on its support site, saying it is investigating the situation.