Users report issues with sending messages and posting on Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Europe.
Users reported issues sending messages and posting on Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Europe.
Users of the social networks began reporting outages with the app shortly after 12 p.m. Eastern time on Friday, according to Down Detector.
Users immediately took to Twitter to express their dissatisfaction with the outages, with one user writing, “Can’t post on Facebook or Instagram… AGAIN.”
“I’m really tired of the Facebook platform being unreliable,” a second person tweeted.
“Has anyone come up with a viable alternative? I’m ready to go as soon as one becomes available.”
“I can’t send photos on messenger, and my accounts keep disappearing,” a third user complained.
The comments aren’t showing up.”
“Me switching from wifi to 4G internet but instagram still down (hashtag)instagramdown,” one IG user wrote.
This is Facebook’s second major outage this week, following the downtime of more than a dozen apps on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, Facebook, Target, Fitbit, Google, Snapchat, The Home Depot, Discord, Nest, Spotify, Etsy, Lowe’s, Shopify, and Amazon Web Services all experienced global outages.
Users reported issues with the company’s main website, as well as being unable to login to the app or access core features, during the November 16 outage.
Several companies began investigating the problems and the root causes during Tuesday’s outages.
“We’re aware of some issues right now and are checking them out!” Spotify said in a tweet.
The problems were caused by a “service interruption,” according to Discord, an instant messaging and digital distribution platform.
“There was a problem with the service.
“We’re investigating what happened,” the company said on Twitter. “If you want to take a look, we’re updating the situation here.”
The ongoing global outage affecting platform networking was confirmed by Google Cloud in an incident report published on the company’s dashboard.
“Many Snapchat users are experiencing issues with the app.
After receiving user reports, Snapchat Support tweeted, “Hang tight, we’re working on a fix. In the meantime, we recommend staying logged in.”
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