Twitter is working again after a brief outage

Twitter is back up and running after a brief outage that prevented users from logging in, posting, and viewing tweets.

  • Twitter appears to be working again after users reported a crash today
  • Reports of problems first began appearing at approximately 12:45 pm Moscow time (07:45 am ET).
  • The Down Detector website has over 28,000 reported issues.
  • The issue was later resolved at around 13:45 Moscow time (08:45 ET), but without details on the cause.

Twitter appears to be up and running again after a brief outage today.

People couldn’t sign into their accounts, meaning they also couldn’t post or view tweets for about an hour.

According to Down Detector, a website that tracks such outages, reports of problems first began to surface at around 12:45 pm BST (7:45 pm ET).

The issue was later resolved at approximately 13:45 Moscow time (08:45 ET).

Glitch: Twitter seems to be working again after a brief glitch today

According to Down Detector, a website that tracks such outages, reports of problems first began to surface at around 12:45 pm BST (7:45 pm ET).

According to Down Detector, a website that tracks such outages, reports of problems first began to surface at around 12:45 pm BST (7:45 pm ET).

There have been over 28,000 reported issues on Down Detector and users have struggled to access Twitter through both the app and the website.

About 57% of users encountered problems while working with the application, and 38% – with the site.

Another 6% reported being unable to post tweets.

Most problems have been reported in major cities including London and Birmingham in the UK, and New York and Los Angeles in the US.

It’s unclear what caused Twitter to crash, but MailOnline contacted the social network for comment.

According to Down Detector, Twitter users have experienced 65 outages in the past 12 months.

Most problems were reported in major cities including London and Birmingham in the UK.

Most problems were reported in major cities including London and Birmingham in the UK.

In the US, thousands of Twitter outage reports have come from users in New York and Los Angeles.

In the US, thousands of Twitter outage reports have come from users in New York and Los Angeles.