WhatsApp Version ‘Obsolete’ Error Hits Some Users in India, Company Responds

WhatsApp has been hit with a rendition ‘old’ mistake. Some WhatsApp clients in India have grumbled about a bug that keeps them from utilizing the Facebook-possessed informing application, with the application guaranteeing the variant being utilized is ‘old’. At the point when a couple of WhatsApp clients took to Twitter to report the issue, a few people ringed in to state they were confronting a similar quotes. In the mean time, WhatsApp has recognized the bug and said it is attempting to settle it.

The WhatsApp issue was found on January 13, as some Twitter clients posted screenshots which read as: “This variant of WhatsApp wound up plainly out of date on 13 Jan 2018. Kindly go to the Google Play Store to download the most recent form.” Notably, a few clients even attempted to refresh the application however without much of any result. Rather, Google Play expressed that the application is avant-garde. Some revealed that even subsequent to erasing and re-introducing the application did not settle the issue and WhatsApp was demonstrating a similar whatsapp status. Strikingly, for some WhatsApp Beta analyzers, the application likewise demonstrated the message ‘Leave testing program’. Moreover, a client said even the Web variant of WhatsApp was not able sweep the QR code to sign in.

In an announcement, WhatsApp recognized the issue saying: “On foundation, this is an issue that is being settled. It was an issue with how our application is appropriated, which isn’t under our control.” WhatsApp had as of late languished a worldwide blackout over around a hour on New Year’s eve before the issue was settled.

A few reports assert the issue can be settled by introducing the most recent (v2.18.8) WhatsApp APK from the WhatsApp site, be that as it may, we were not ready to duplicate either the bug or the determination.

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