TikTok down as huge outage leaves app not working for users

The popular social media app TikTok is down for some users across the U.S.

The website Down Detector, which tracks if a website is having any issues for its users, started receiving problem reports from users late on Monday evening.

Between 10 p.m. (EST) Monday and 2 a.m. Tuesday, the website received over 1,530 reports of issues with TikTok.

61 percent of those users reported issues with the app itself, while 33 percent reported server connections and another 6 percent with issues sharing from the app.

On website Updownradar they also received reports from users of TikTok not working.

The website highlighted which cities these reports came from in the U.S., showing cities from all around the country.

The cities included were Memphis, Tennessee, Atlanta, Georgia, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Smyrna, Tenessee, Columbia, Tennessee, Nashvile, Tennessee, Dalas, Texas, Clarksville, Tennessee, Ashburn, Virginia and Birmingham, Alabama.

This is an ongoing story.

In this photo illustration the logo of Chinese media app for creating and sharing short videos TikTok, also known as Douyin is displayed on the screen of a smartphone in front of a TV screen displaying the TikTok logo on September 15, 2020 in Paris, France. Some users have been unable to access TikTok on May 24 2022.
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