Instagram does not seem to work for users in the European zone.
Instagram users around the world began reporting problems with the application today at 10:30 am based on the website and app failure trackers Down Detector, but peaked at 5:30 pm as more people started to encounter difficulties.
The website adds that the majority of users face problems when updating Instagram feed (86%). Other Instagram users seem to have issues with their link.
The social media site operated by Facebook has yet to share information about why Instagram doesn’t work for people in the European region in particular.
The UK, Holland and parts of Germany, such as Germany and Stuttgart, seem to have been affected by the partial outage.
On the other hand, according to Down Detector, Instagram seems to fit well with users in India. Instagram had more than 70 posts on the website when this article was published.
As expected, some Twitter users have also tested whether or not the platform works.
While some users saw their time line frozen, others said they didn’t want to refresh the details and other statistics. “It’s not cool, and like ten times I have deleted Instagram,” a user on Twitter said.
Some photos shared on the micro-blogging website have absolutely blank Instagram’s home page.
A consumer also noticed that the platform does not work even though the app is updated.
Down Detector also reveals that Instagram did not work for many users last month, and most reports were released on October 13 and 22.
According to the comments made on the website , users complained that the Story feature did not work properly. As already mentioned, Instagram is still dealing with the issue.
More details will be expected soon, and after the statement from the Facebook company comes, we will also update our post.