YouTube back online after brief outage

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Now it turns out that Youtube had a major blackout.

Users had complained that services including YouTube, YouTube TV and YouTube Music could not be accessed as usual.

An error page greets users on the Youtube website today.

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To further show the size of the outage, check out the Down Detector website here where you can see a live outage map.

Nearly two hours after the planet experienced the terrifying outage, representatives for the video streaming service reassured us all that the natural order of the world has been restored. On the app, an error message read, "There was a problem with the network [503]".

The company has since issued a statement saying YouTube is back. "If you continue to experience issues, please let us know", the company said in a post to its official Twitter account. Watch YouTube, Facebook & Instagram Videos Within WhatsApp!

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YouTube's search functions continued to function on the web and mobile app - however, the videos were not playable from the results screen.

According to Down Detector, the outage is affecting users coast-to-coast, but the issues reportedly extend to the rest of the world, as well.

The issue has now been resolved.

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