News By/Courtesy: Asif Iqbal | 04 Oct 2018 19:55pm IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Facebook’s owned company Instagram wasn’t working on Wednesday, in certain cities like Singapore, London, San Francisco.
  • Which did created a rumble inside the users, which was visible on twitter where they complained about the outage with the #instagramdown hashtag.
  • According to the reports made by the Reuters, the applications showed an error message that “couldn’t refresh the feed, while the website didn’t load for users.

Facebook’s owned company Instagram wasn’t working on Wednesday, in certain cities like Singapore, London, San Francisco. Which did created a rumble inside the users, which was visible on twitter where they complained about the outage with the #instagramdown hashtag. According to the reports made by the Reuters, the applications showed an error message that “couldn’t refresh the feed, while the website didn’t load for users. Both the offices of Facebook and Instagram weren’t available for the comment. DownDetector’s live outage showed that parts of Asia, North America, Europe, and India did face an issue with the service. The app has more than one billion users and has grown features in the recent times with short videos & messaging.

Section Editor: Priyanshu Gupta | 04 Oct 2018 19:58pm IST


Tags : #India#Science#Facebook

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