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Snapchat down reports are surging in today with users saying the app keeps logging them out and isn’t working today. Independent outage monitor Down Detector has recorded a huge spike in Snapchat down reports which began around 2pm UK time today. At the time of writing Down Detector UK has recorded a peak of over 1,000 reports of Snapchat down.
While on rival social media sites Snapchatters are saying they’ve seen the app keep logging them out and isn’t working properly today.
On Twitter one Snapchat user posted: “#snapchatdown So snap is not working, it’s not just you.”
While another tweeted: “Is Snapchat down for anyone?”
One added: “Is Snapchat down or or something it keeps logging me out”.
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And another wrote: “Is snapchat down or being laggy for anyone else the app just keeps freezing then logging me out”.
At the time of writing, the official Snapchat Support Twitter account hasn’t given a general comment on the issues users are experiencing today.
But they have been responding to Snapchatters asking affected users to provide more information in a DM.
Responding to one Snapchat user the Snapchat Support account wrote: “Hey! Please check for any app and device updates that may be available to improve performance. Refer to your device manufacturer or mobile carrier for guidance before updating your OS.
“Snapchat works on iOS 12 and Android 4.4 or higher”.
Express.co.uk has contacted Snapchat for comment about the reported issues users have been experiencing today.
The surge in Snapchat down reports come after Snapchat rolled out a new update for this app.
This patch was released on Monday, and for iOS it’s version 126.96.36.199. As per usual, the patch notes for the latest Snapchat update simply says it bring with it ‘bug fixes’.
More to follow…
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