There are plenty of popular and widely used social networking platforms or services available that most of the people use these days. Such as Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, WhatsApp, WeChat, Tumbler, Sina Weibo, Flickr, Pinterest, etc. And Instagram is one of them, owned by Facebook that offers photos and videos sharing social networking service. However, it’s become very common these days for the Instagram server downtime or not working issue. If you’re also facing similar kind of issues, check this troubleshooting guide.
There are a bunch of users who reports every time that their Instagram is down or not working smoothly. Some times, users may also face errors like can’t sign in or news feed isn’t refreshing or can’t post anything or even can’t like/comment on any post. In these ways, Instagram down reports are increasing every day that the app or service developers can’t also understand or recognize quickly.
Instagram Down or Not Working: Check Server Status, News Feed, Login Issues
If you’re also facing Instagram related issues like not loading or not refreshing or news feed not loading or can’t log in etc, you can check out the outage monitor service called Down Detector that offers real-time down status or up status for a full day (24 hours). It also provides live outage map, most reported problems category, resolved issues, last 24 hours problems, number of reports in a specific timing, and more.
After searching for Instagram on the Down Detector website, even if you don’t find any service downtime detection, you can simply tap/click on the I have a problem with the Instagram button to submit your report. You can choose whether you’re facing news feed or log-in or website related issues or something else.
While the most reported problems also appear as a chart where you will get the reported percentage for a particular issue. If it indicates that Instagram has issues, then you will need to wait for some time until the developers fix it. Keep visiting the downtime monitor page and keep checking whether the issue has been solved or not. When solved, reboot your handset or try to log-in again on Instagram.
Updated on June 16, 2020: It seems that yesterday on June 15 Instagram was down for a while after 2:00 am to 5:00 am approx. The photo-sharing service was unable to access and sending posts/messages or even issues with the news feed as well. Not only the Instagram but also Facebook Messenger service was down at the similar time.
Most of the hit was done in the US, UK, and Europe regions according to the reported users. The outage report has been done by plenty of major US carrier users like Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, etc on Monday.
We hope this will help you a lot without trying too many things or searching for unnecessary guides if there is an actual downtime.