Instagram users in various parts of the world apparently faced a disruption to the photo-sharing app’s services on Thursday evening. According to reports, netizens could not log in, load the feed and send messages. People started venting their emotions on Twitter and #instagramdown they soon became trendy. Making fun of memes there were many humorous reactions on Twitter when the app was closed immediately after opening for Instagram employees who found it difficult to fix the error.
Twitter user Instagram also confirmed the issue and apologized for the inconvenience. “We realize that some people are having problems accessing Instagram. We are working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible. Sorry for any inconvenience and stay tuned! #instagramdown,” read the tweet.
An hour later, Instagram Comms tweeted that the issue had been resolved. “And we’re back! We have resolved the issue that caused today’s outage and apologize for any inconvenience,” tweeted Instagram Comms.
And we are back! We have resolved the issue that caused today’s outage and apologize for any inconvenience. https://t.co/2Av4sC4C5B
— Instagram Comms (@InstagramComms) September 22, 2022
— Patel Meet (@mn_google) September 22, 2022
— Meme (@memeisduniya) September 22, 2022
I call my friend to check if Instagram is working… pic.twitter.com/bb5MhQVUIk
— HeelFinn (@Afreedali8) September 22, 2022
— Jay⁷ (@jsheeeeeee) September 22, 2022
— Ignored_Inayat (@inayomeister) September 22, 2022
— ⭐👑 (@superking1815) September 22, 2022
— cesar (@jebaiting) September 22, 2022
— Ujjwal Sharma (@marvingalon) September 22, 2022
According to Downdetector, an online platform that provides real-time information about websites, the Instagram outage peaked between 9:47pm and 11:47pm on Thursday, with 30,521 reports at 10:32am. Of the most reported issues, 64% were from the app, while 24% were caused by server connection and 12% were login issues.
This is not the first time that social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter have reported problems. Social media users have repeatedly reported outages, and Twitter was flooded with #instagramdown memes this May.
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