TikTok is currently experiencing yet another worldwide outage. The app is still available to access on a desktop browser, but when users attempt to open the mobile version, many are hit with a “no internet connection” message.
According to the third-party internet monitoring service Down Detector, there have been problems across TikTok — affecting server connections, the app and user profiles — since around 1:25 p.m. ET.
On Tuesday morning, users had also reported the app being down for about an hour before service was restored. That outage seemed to occur mainly in the U.K.
TikTok hasn’t released a statement regarding the recurring outages. It appears that the platform isn’t being filtered on a country-level, though outages may predominantly impact one region at a time.
Meanwhile, users who can’t access their favorite app are heading to Twitter to commiserate over the loss of their favorite procrastination tool.
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