Instagram users in different parts of the world are reporting network instability. On Twitter, #instragramdown has already been created. According to users, the app closes automatically when trying to access it.
Downdetector, a site that tracks complaints from app users around the world, recorded more than six thousand notifications in Brazil as of 6 p.m. In the United States, at the same time, more than 20 thousand users, in the United Kingdom, about 15 thousand users reported instability, in Canada, more than three thousand.
On the 5th of this month, Instagram users complained that they were unable to view or respond to notifications received on the app.
On Twitter, reports of the social network’s failure are multiplying. There are many more funny news.
Twitter failed earlier this Thursday. After the network went down, users joked that Musk pulled the wire connecting the platform. The billionaire abandoned the purchase of the social network and now faces a legal battle with the company as he seeks to force it to honor the deal announced in April.
Demand said it was aware that “some people are having trouble accessing” the Instagram social network. And he says he is “working to bring things back to normal”. The agency, however, did not say how many countries were affected by the instability or a timeline for resolving the outage.
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