If you have an iOS device, it’s automatic you’re enjoying the benefits of Instagram. Well, if you don’t know what’s Instagram, you’re out of this league. We all love this app. Some would probably disagree, while others would confess they can’t live without it.
It’s one of the Top Free Apps on App Store with bragging rights of 50 million users. It’s fun and simple to use with the dynamic filter-effects and vintage borders. We can’t help but share those captured moments and turn them into a work of art.
Instagram has become part of everyday lives. It’s part of iOS and Android culture since it was merged with Facebook. Few taps and click on the camera button… presto! You can share that photo anytime and anywhere.
Personally, I love using this app. But for the past few days, I was kind of worried because the feed doesn’t refresh. I can’t upload photos. I can’t access the website. Probably, you have been wondering what happened to this giant photo app. Worried? In a dilemma? Pissed off?
Here are the reasons why you can’t access it:
“We’re currently experiencing technical difficulties and we’re working to correct the issues. Thanks for your patience”
“Due to severe electrical storms, our host had a power outage, no data is lost ? we’ve been working through the night to restore service.”
Instagram’s servers located in the eastern United States were hit by severe storms. That’s not all, other sites such as Pinterest and Netflix were also affected. So, for now… Let’s relax over the weekends and let them do the fixing and let’s stop complaining.
Here are some of the tweets from different users across the globe:
#instagram is like losing a mother, once you lose her, you grow to appreciate her and everything she does in her absence.” – Earl BoyFIN
“Our lives have been unfiltered for hours! Come back to us
#Instagram.” - Gregory Littley
“Was everyone freaking out at brunch because they would be forced to talk to one and other instead of documenting meals?
#Instagram” – Josh Michaylow
“Reported cases of people who stopped eating because
#instagram is down. People are actually losing weight.” – Mohammad G. Al-Bakri
How about you? Can you live without Instagram?