Since the Instagram app and site are both offline, users around the world are facing difficulties accessing the platform to share photos and videos. Users are greeted with the following message when trying to access the site: “This page does not appear to be working. Please contact the site owner if the problem persists. HTTP ERROR 564”.
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Today, 21/05/2023, at 19:04 local time, there were reports of instabilities spreading rapidly throughout several regions. Since then, Downdetector, a site known for detecting errors in online services, has registered more than 13.000 reports of Instagram instabilities.
Instagram has become an essential platform for sharing important moments, interacting with friends, and staying up to date with the latest trends. Many digital influencers and businesses use Instagram in their business operations.
Instagram’s technical team has not yet revealed the cause of the interruption or the estimated timeframe for resolving it. However, Seletronic suggests that a malfunction of the servers or a failed update could be to blame.
The users are, therefore, resorting to other social media platforms to express their frustration and seek information about the issue. There are a lot of tweets about the Instagram outage, with hashtags like #InstagramDown and #InstaOutage becoming global trends.
Hopefully, Instagram will work hard to resolve this issue as quickly as possible, so that the negative impact on users and the company is minimized. In order to remain connected with friends and family, the users are encouraged to be patient and explore other options.
We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as soon as more information becomes available.
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