Instagram revives its roots as abruptly as it went down

Instagram revives its roots as abruptly as it went down ...

Instagram had a rollercoaster journey. The Meta-owned social media platform is now back online and functioning normally. However, some of its apps appeared to be incapable to ping servers, causing them to behave erratically.

Instagram''s Android app had been running badly for the past few hours. Several frustrated users came to Twitter to complain. Today, Twitter began having issues.

In Hong Kong / APAC, Instagram appears to be down or slow to load. Or is it a global outage?

According to Meta''s software engineer, the company is aware of the outage and is repairing it as quickly as possible. Although Android users were much affected, Instagram''s iOS app was thought to perform rapidly. This indicates that Instagram was experiencing a problem with its servers.

Complaints on social media indicated that many users were dissatisfied with the app, which crashed immediately after opening. Those who managed to keep the app open noted that it had limited functionality. Users were unable to access Reels or DMs.

We apologize for any inconvenience and resolved the issue that sparked today''s outage. https://t.co/2Av4sC4C5B

Instagram seems to be functioning like a normal time at the time of writing. Twitter''s official handle posted a Tweet confirming the same. It is not immediately clear what caused Instagram''s Android app to crash or the iOS app to act sluggish. Recently, even Twitter users faced a similar situation.