Twitter is down, affecting millions of users of social media unable to access the site.
The majority of people experiencing problems when trying to use Twitter on a desktop rather than through the mobile app
On Monday night, millions of social media users were unable to access Twitter due to a site meltdown.
The majority of users who tried to access Twitter on a PC rather than through the mobile app experienced problems starting around 11 p.m.
site that detects website crashes The main disruptions, according to DownDetector, were in Manchester, Birmingham, and London.
When there are significantly more problem reports than usual at that hour of the day, DownDetector reports an incident.
Twitter is functional on my phone, but not on my computer, one person commented. a little perplexed
“At this point I’m afraid to post my replies cause I don’t know if people will have them in double, thrice or not have them at all.”
It follows the social media website’s outage last month, which prevented more than 22,000 people from accessing the site.
Others hypothesised that the Elon Musk controversy might be connected to the outage.
“I wonder if they are updating the website to get rid of bots etc or maybe Elon Musk broke it,” they wrote.
“Has Musk killed Twitter?” another asked.
Twitter is suing Elon Musk for violating the £36.5billion deal to buy the social media platform.