Instagram isn’t responding: How long is Instagram going to be unavailable? What’s the matter with it not loading?
HOW LONG WILL INSTAGRAM BE DOWN? INSTAGRAM has been experiencing outages today, with users unable to load their homepages. What’s the deal with Instagram not loading?
Instagram users are furious today since the app is down and won’t load any new posts. Instagram users have been greeted with an error message stating that there is a problem with the social media service. “We’re sorry, but something went wrong,” the message states. Please try once more.”
Reports of the outage have flooded sites like Down Detector and Is It Down or Is It Me.
“We attempted visiting the Instagram.com website using our servers and we were unable to connect to the website,” writes Is It Offline or Is It Me, a website that tests if servers are down.
“If Instagram.com is also down for you, it’s most likely due to a server issue.
“If you believe this is an error, go to the troubleshooting area to see if you can diagnose and fix the problem.”
It is still unknown when the Instagram difficulties will be resolved.
The reasons why users are having issues with the app are still unknown.
When new information becomes available, this website will update this page.
According to website Down Detector, over 51% of Instagram users are unable to use the service properly.
In all, 21% of users are encountering problems with the app’s web version, and 29% have reported a server connection problem.
With over 40.8K tweets, the hashtag #instagramdown is presently trending on Twitter.
Users have been venting their frustrations and laughing about how relieved they are that they aren’t the only ones having problems.
“Why is #instagramdown when I have so much work!” one Twitter user wondered.
“Please tell me @instagram is down and it isn’t my account acting up or being hacked #instagramdown,” one user said.
“I want to publicly apologise to my WiFi, sorry B. #instagramdown,” a third apologized for blaming their WiFi connection.
Instagram appears to be down in multiple countries, with reports of it not operating in India, the United States, and European nations such as Portugal.