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Monday, December 14, 2020

Google's worldwide service crashes; Users cannot access Gmail-YouTube

Google's worldwide service crashes; Users cannot access Gmail-YouTube

  • Many of Google's apps, including G-Mail and YouTube, went down and the trend started on Twitter
  • On Monday evening, all of Google's apps, including YouTube and Gmail, suddenly stopped working.

Google, one of the world's largest tech companies, has had several services down. Mostly this problem is coming on Gmail, Google Drive and YouTube. As a result, users are facing a lot of difficulties. Various services of Google, including Gmail, YouTube, and Google search, have disrupted the service for users. DownDector detects outage. About 9,000 cases of users having problems accessing YouTube have been found in DownDector. This is the case with Gmail and YouTube. Complaints of disruptions to Google's service have been received from Europe as well as Australia, the US East Coast and Africa, South America and Asia.

All of Google's apps, including YouTube and Gmail, abruptly stopped working on Monday evening. Then the Google Down trend started on Twitter. Many people have complained that Google's apps are down.

Let me tell you that in India not only YouTube and Gmail but also other services like Google Drive, Google Meet are closed. People are constantly sharing this information with the Google Dine hashtag. This is why Google Gown and YouTube Down hashtags are constantly trending on Twitter.

Gmail has over 180 million users worldwide. They have a 43% market share of email services in 2020. While 27 percent of people email by phone. More than 75 percent of people use a phone to access email. In the year 2020, 306.4 billion emails are sent and received every day.

At around 5:20 pm, an error page appeared on several services, including Google's Gmail service and Hangouts. The same situation has been seen on YouTube.

The service was disrupted

"Many of our users are having problems with the service, which we are aware of. Our team is working to resolve this issue and will be updating soon," the message said on social media.


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