Instagram is DOWN: Hundreds of thousands of users worldwide can’t access their accounts in the app or on the website
- The outage emerged around 11:45 a.m. ET and is impacting multiple countries
- USA, China, parts of Europe and South America are experience issues
- Many users say they can’t log into their accounts in the app or on the website
Instagram is down for hundreds of thousands of users worldwide, as many are unable to log into their accounts in the app and website.
The outage began around 11:45 a.m. ET and is impacting users in the United States, South America, Asia, and Europe, among other regions.
It’s unclear what triggered the issues, but users say they can’t access their accounts and if they can, the feed won’t load – and it’s impacting the app for iOS and Android.
Many users are frustrated with the outage, pointing out that such occurrences seem to occur on a regular basis.
Instagram is down for hundreds of thousands of users worldwide as many cannot log into their accounts in the app and website
Many users flocked to Twitter to see if others are having issues with Instagram, where they found tens of thousands of tweets complaining about the outage.
A Twitter user posted: “HELLO, WE’RE LEAVING.”
This could refer to the many outages the social media platform is experiencing.
Many users are frustrated with the outage, pointing out that such events seem to occur regularly
The outage began around 11:45 a.m. ET and is impacting users around the world. Many people have taken to Twitter to share their frustrations with the dysfunctional social media platform
Some users can access their accounts but say that their messages take longer to load or do not load at all.
And others report that the stream is not refreshing.
It is unclear when the issues will be fixed. DailyMail.com contacted Instagram.
As the world faces the current outage, the social media platform is currently being blacklisted by Iran’s leadership – along with WhatsApp.
Internet watchdog NetBlocks revealed that on a Wednesday officials restricted access to meta-platforms amid protests over the death of a woman in police custody, residents and the internet