Instagram down: Photo sharing app ‘not working’ for THOUSANDS as frustrated users complain

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INSTAGRAM is reportedly down and reports of issues are flooding in from thousands of users.

It's currently unclear what is causing their issues.

According to Downdetector, a staggering 82% of reported issues are with the app.

Almost 7,000 people have reported issues in the US and that figure continues to rise.

Users in the UK are also reporting problems with their Instagram feed.

We have reached out to Meta, which owns Instagram, for comment.

Reports that Instagram isn't working started flooding into Downdetector at 12pm ET.

People have taken to other forms of social media to complain.

One frustrated user joked: "The way I come to Twitter to search “Instagram down” every two weeks".

Another asked: "Is anyone else having trouble with #Instagram this morning?

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"Scrolling down in the main feed only goes through a few posts… And refreshing it doesn’t seem to work."

Another Instagram user tweeted: "Is Instagram down? I can see only 5 posts, some are even old ones."

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Instagram officials are yet to confirm the issue or give an explanation.

Problems like this can sometimes be due to a company's servers or an issue unrelated to the app like a technical fault in the devices people are using to try and access a site.

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