Snapchat is currently down – the app isn’t working since users can’t log in or ‘delete Snapchat,’ days after Facebook and Whatsapp went down.

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SNAPCHAT has gone down for thousands of users in a mystery outage.

Technical issues on October 13, 2021, meant users could not login to the app or access core features.

This is the third time a social media giants has been hit in recent days.

The Snapchat team have acknowledged that there is a problem, writing: “hang tight, we’re looking into it!”

Read our Snapchat down live blog for the latest updates

The issues began at around 11:45am today. Many users have expressed their difficulties in logging in to the app.

Users are also complaining of not being able to send messages to other users.

One users replied to Snapchat’s tweet saying “let me log back in.”

Whilst another commented “It’ll let me log in. however , snaps won’t send , chats will . also , bitmojis don’t show up.”

Snapchat Support twitter handle have confirmed that they are currently looking into the issue.

It is not known yet as to how long the issues will remain for.

We’re aware that some Snapchatters are having issues using the app right now – hang tight, we’re looking into it!

SNAPCHAT has gone down for thousands of users in a mystery outage.

Technical issues on October 13, 2021, meant users could not login to the app or access core features.

According to online outage tracker DownDetector, issues Snapchat began around 11:43am UK time on Wednesday.

More than 13,000 people have reported problems with the iOS and Android apps so far.

While the app is working for some, others are having difficulty accessing core features such as loading and sending pictures.

Snapchat has Dark Mode available for iPhone users. First, go into your profile – click the icon in the top-left. Next, choose Settings, which uses a small cogwheel as its icon.

You’ll then need to scroll right down to the bottom of the My Account section. There you’ll find a panel that says App Appearance – tap it. From there, you have three options.

You can tap Always Light, which means Snapchat will permanently feature a light theme. You can also choose Always Dark, which kickstarts a persistent Dark Mode.

The other option is Match System, which will keep Snapchat in check with your iPhone system settings. So if you have system-wide Dark Mode activated in your iPhone, Snapchat will match it.

And if you turn that setting off for your iPhone, Snapchat will follow suit.

According to online outage tracker DownDetector, issues Snapchat began around 11:43am UK time on Wednesday.

More than 13,000 people have reported problems with the iOS and Android apps so far.

While the app is working for some, others are having difficulty accessing core… Brinkwire Brief News.

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