After Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp were blocked on Monday, the social networks once again failed to gain access. On Twitter (which continues to operate), Facebook itself admitted that the apps were having problems and apologized for “any inconvenience”.
according to “Downdetector”, which detects failures and interruptions in access to technological services, the number of complaints from users of these social networks increased from 7:30 pm on Friday.
The app with the most complaints is Instagram, according toDowndetector’, peaking at 1,600 complaints on the platform around 19:50.
However, Facebook once again apologized for the flaws in the social networks it owns. “We understand that some people are having difficulty accessing our apps and products. We are working to get things back to normal as soon as possible and apologize for any inconvenience,” reads a Twitter post.
Instagram has also already responded and wrote a similar message on Twitter: “We know some of you may be experiencing some problems using Instagram at the moment. We are very sorry and are working as soon as possible to resolve the issues.”
earlier in the week, Only after about six hoursFacebook, Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp apps have finally been restarted.
Facebook later attributed the blackout to a technical error caused by the company itself, ruling out the possibility of a computer attack.
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