- TikTok got down early morning for around four hours.
- The United States is the worst affected country
- Users have flocked to social media to share their frustration over the outage
Early Morning, Viral short video app, TikTok, got down for nearly four hours. Users were facing issues logging in, uploading videos, and more.
According to Down Detector, the TikTok outage began around 12:39 am today, and it continued until around 4:30 am. TikTok acknowledged the issue saying that the app is experiencing some issues, and the team is working on fixing them.
More than 40,000 users posted on the website Down Detector about the outage. Issues were still being reported as of 8.50 am.
Most of the users impacted live in the United States, with New York and California the worst-hit regions, the website said. Frustrated users flocked to social media to complain they could not access the app.
One Woman took her Twitter to handle and tweets:
‘Me going through the five stages of grief every time I check TikTok again’
‘Everyone coming to terms with their TikTok addiction now that it’s not working,
Issues faced by Users
TikTok is experiencing a major glitch in the UK where users on the app have no followers or visible username, while video view counts have been reset to zero.
The “For You” tab, the ‘homepage’ of TikTok, is also behaving unexpectedly – with users reporting seeing the same video appear multiple times when TikTok’s algorithm should show a wide variety of content.
TikTok official Support account tweets:
“The TikTok app is currently experiencing some issues, which our team is working quickly to address. Thank you for your patience!”
This is not the first time that TikTok users have seen such problems. Last time, users face a similar issue, with follower and following numbers reset to zero on 3 May.
The issues continued for three hours before the company was able to fix the problem and regain normal functionality.
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