TikTok down reports are on the rise, with users of the popular viral video app reporting issues on iOS and Android.
Independent outage monitor Down Detector has registered a huge spike in TikTok down reports while users have also reported issues in droves on Twitter.
Down Detector stats say, out of those affected, some 88 per cent are having issues with video content while others are having problems uploading clips.
The Down Detector outage map says the TikTok issues are affecting users in the UK, US and large parts of Europe.
As the reported TikTok issues hit users took to social networking site Twitter to report problems with the service.
One tweeted: “TIKTOK IS GONE”.
Another posted: “TIKTOK IS BEING DELETED RN?”
One added: “If TikTok is banned I WILL be taking a trip to the White House”.
And another wrote: “All my TikTok notifications gone and I got an email saying my account is being terminated:( I thought it was just a glitch”.
The reported TikTok issues come after the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo earlier this week said America was considering restricting access to TikTok.
While there have also been calls to ban TikTok in Australia following a widespread block in India.
At the time of writing Downdetector.com has registered a peak of more than 15,000 reports of TikTok down.
While Down Detector UK has also recorded thousands of reports of TikTok down.
So far the TikTok US, TikTok UK and TikTok Support Twitter accounts are yet to post about the issues users are reportedly experiencing today.
Express.co.uk has contacted TikTok about today’s reported issues, and whether a fix is in the works for the problems users are facing.
Last week India announced a total ban on TikTok, with the app’s largest overseas market seeing the service entirely blocked on iOS, Android and desktop devices.
The block saw hundreds of millions of TikTok users in India lose access to the app that has been home to countless viral video sensations.
Prior to that TikTok had been downloaded over 600million times in India, while globally it has received over two billion downloads.
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