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Instagram, Facebook, Whatsapp DOWN

Instagram, Facebook, Whatsapp DOWN

Tens of thousands of users have complained that the apps and websites will no longer load content, including statuses, photos and videos. WhatsApp users say messages aren’t sending or receiving though text is still going through, and #instagram down is trending on Twitter. At this point, it’s unclear what might be causing the issue. In

Tens of thousands of users have complained that the apps and websites will no longer load content, including statuses, photos and videos. WhatsApp users say messages aren’t sending or receiving though text is still going through, and #instagram down is trending on Twitter.

At this point, it’s unclear what might be causing the issue. In March, Facebook experienced a massive outage, supposedly due to a server configuration change. A month later, Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp experienced another outage. This marks the third major outage this year.

According to a live outage map, the issue primarily affects the UK and central Europe and even in India.

Users then headed to to Twitter and expressed a wide range of problems with Instagram, Facebook and Whatsapp. Trending on the site were comments with the hashtages #whatsappdown, #facebookdown and #instagramdown.

Earlier in the day, WhatsApp appeared to be fine for many people, but users in Paraguay, India, Bangladesh, Argentina, and more note that they begun experiencing issues with sending messages as the afternoon went on. DownDetector indicates that those in Brazil were experiencing the most severe outages.

Messenger couldn’t load at all on desktop, although the mobile app was working. Instagram is markedly worse: for some users, posts aren’t loading, Instagram Stories are down, and direct messages and the button to post new content are also not working.

It now looks like Oculus is also down. One user in California wrote in to The Verge, “Nobody can log in to any multiplayer games purchased through the Oculus store. They also can’t access their Oculus Home environments.” Users also reported being unable to buy games from the Oculus store.

The latest problems come three weeks after Instagram had an outage that lasted more than two hours, on June 13. In that case, some users reported that they couldn’t access Instagram at all, while others couldn’t conduct searches or access other parts of the service. Instagram’s website also in some cases displayed a “5xx server error” message. That came after two other previously reported major outages in June.

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