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UPDATE: The TikTok support Twitter has said normal service should be returning soon to the hugely popular iOS and Android app.
Earlier this evening thousands of TikTok users reported issues accessing comments and stats.
Addressing these reports in a recent update, the @TikTokSupport Twitter posted: “We’re aware that some people experienced app issues earlier today. We’ve been working on a fix, and your experience should be returning to normal soon”.
ORIGINAL: TikTok down reports are flooding in today, with thousands of users of the popular social networking site experiencing issues.
Independent outage monitor Down Detector has recorded a huge spike in TikTok down reports today, which began around quarter to seven UK time.
At the time of writing Down Detector UK has recorded a peak of over 6,000 TikTok down reports while downdetector.com has registered a peak of more than 21,000 TikTok down reports.
While on social media sites such as Twitter TikTok users have reported issues with comments not showing on the social networking platform.
One tweeted: “Tiktok why can’t I see the comments?”
Another posted: “Is TikTok being weird for anyone else? Comments are gone, stats too.”
One added: “My TikTok is glitching and it won’t let me read comments and I didn’t realize how much TikTok is about the comments”.
TikTok users report service problems across the globe
And another tweeted: “All the tiktok comments tomorrow are gonna be tiktok was done for *insert time* i just feel it”.
At the time of writing, none of the TikTok Twitter accounts have commented on the issues users are experiencing today.
But Express.co.uk has contacted TikTok for comment to ask if they are aware of the reported comments issue, and if a fix is in the works.
In other TikTok news, the social media site has recently banned content related to the “devious lick” trend.
This has seen children in the US sharing videos of items they allegedly stole from their school.
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