Google Crash Crashes 30,000 Websites: Main Reason for Internet Crashes and User Feedback



On Tuesday afternoon, a Google outage crashed more than 30,000 websites. Some of the main platforms affected are Discord, Facebook, Snapchat, and Spotify. Fortunately, the problem was resolved within hours.

Google Cloud outage: over 30,000 websites crashed

When a tech giant as big as Google goes down, it creates a huge impact on the internet. Zero hedge pointed out that more than 30,000 websites suffered disruption during the outage. They listed 15 affected websites that caused distress to thousands of active users during the outage.

  • Discord
  • Etsy
  • Evernote
  • Facebook
  • Google
  • Fitbit
  • Nest
  • Paramount +
  • Pokémon Go
  • Rocket league
  • Shopify
  • Snapchat
  • Spotify
  • Target
  • Home depot

According to Google, the outage was caused by problems on the cloud network. the records show that the outage started at 10:10 am PST and the issue was fully resolved at 12:08 pm PST.

The edge noted that the problem was caused by the common service provider, which is the Google platform, and not by an ISP outage or an issue with the individual sites. Because of this, web pages and their users have had to patiently wait for Google developers to correct themselves.

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Google crash: user reactions to an internet crash

This recent Google problem has definitely made a huge mess. It shocked fans on the internet by causing many popular websites to crash. Keep in mind that Internet outages happened instantly.

A Twitter user posted the Downdetector reports for the Google crash. They also pointed out that social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram have been affected.

Another user listed “Apex Legends, Google, Spotify, Discord, PlayStation and more” as victims of the blackout.

Rocket League players were shocked when their matchmaking suddenly became unavailable.

Spotify also tried to do what it could to resolve the issue.

Discord servers and rooms crashed without proper explanation.

So many apps ran into problems during the Google crash

One fan was puzzled because the Google crash happened so abruptly.

Another fan was worried because this outage has happened twice now.

Well, at least some fans find the whole situation to be related to the thousands of affected users.

Fortunately, as mentioned earlier, Google fixed the problem within hours. It is recommended that all users having problems with websites refresh and restart the affected website.

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