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Facebook responds after users complain of apps being down

14 March 2019

"Being unable to access Facebook and Instagram has caused significant disruption to our business and to our clients today", DeFazio says in an email.

A spokesperson for the social media giant is sending the same statement to all media outlets: "We are aware that some people are now having trouble accessing the Facebook family of apps".

Facebook Messenger is the social network's chatting client that is harnessed by users across the globe.

Instagram did not immediately respond to Newsweek's request for comment on the apparent outage or the issues with the platform.

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The two social media powerhouses were dealing with apparent "outages" as login, newsfeed, and website problems were reported for both platforms.

This outage started within the last hour and according to the site it is affecting users all over the world including in the USA, Europe, and Asia. Individual users have been able to post sporadically throughout the outage.

The fact that its services have been partially out for hours suggests that the issue isn't something that Facebook's engineering team can easily fix.

Facebook has acknowledged that its family of apps is going through troubles and promises to resolve the issue ASAP.

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Many people went on Twitter to vent their frustration. "We are investigating the issue and working on a resolution".

Instead, many took to Twitter to voice their displeasure and to try to find out what was going on. Others report zero problems while someone directly connected to them has an issue. Users are reporting that they can't send photos and other media, so it sounds like the messaging service itself may be somewhat functional.

Many of us spend the day alleviating our boredom by scrolling through our social networks.

The story is developing...

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Facebook responds after users complain of apps being down