The disconnection began at around 9:30 AM ET, as many users encountered an “error message” when logging in, in addition to a blank home page with “try again” written in it, and also disrupted various features of the application, which impeded users’ ability to share Tweets.
The outage peaked at 10 a.m. ET, but much of service was restored by 10:45 a.m. ET – some Twitter users may still be experiencing issues.
The fall of Twitter caused discontent among thousands of users of the most famous tweet site in the world, and despite this, the company did not issue a statement on the cause of the sudden interruption, according to the British newspaper Dell Mail.
Down Detector, the online and website outage monitoring platform, is one of the only places the public can go to check for outages when Twitter crashes.
Most of the interruptions have been ravaging the website, but users have reported problems with Apple’s iOS apps, as well as Android.
The Down Detector blackout map showed a number of major US cities in red, including Seattle, San Francisco, Washington, DC, and New York.
Twitter also fell in Japan and parts of India and Indonesia, along with countries in Europe.
Users shared their frustrations on Down Detector over Twitter’s downturn earlier in the day.
One user joked that without the site, all they could do was look at the wall.
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