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‘Uh Oh, An Error Was Encountered’: Twitter Ios Down Reported By Users

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The Twitter platform was unavailable to users, including their ability to visit the site, post tweets, or log in.

Hundreds of social media users have taken to Twitter today to complain that their apps are unavailable. They get the error message, Uh oh, an error was encountered” and they simply aren’t happy with it.

Globally, users are experiencing the glitch that began on Tuesday night.

Several users complain that Twitter isn’t working

Tweeters have been complaining about the app not working correctly since Tuesday.

iPhone users are having difficulties loading comments and posting posts onto the platform because of this error.

Others claim that they cannot view replies or other accounts because they cannot see the replies.

As reported by Down Detector, Twitter has been experiencing technical difficulties since 9:57 pm EDT on Thursday.

Many users are reaching out to Twitter Support asking for assistance, but the micro-blogging site has not addressed the issue as of this writing.


Fans get tripped up by the “Uh OH, an Error Has Occurred” message

As a result of the glitch, Twitter has been inundated with frustration.

Users are tired of seeing the “Uh oh, an issue was detected” notification after their regular social media activities on Twitter have come to a standstill.

Since this morning, one person has tweeted: “Uh oh, an error was found, try again”. I can’t access the comments or the profiles! Please fix this as soon as possible!”

“STOP WITH THE “uh oh, an error was encountered” ITS BEEN 10 HOURS,” another irritated user tweeted.

Ways to Fix the problem

Until Twitter fixes the issue, here are a few tricks that could help the app function normally.

Close the app and open it again: First, try completely shutting down your app. on an iPhone, do this by swiping up on your homepage.


Close the app and log out: Some users claim that logging out of the app and then back in again fixed their Twitter problems.

Turn off your phone: It’s the oldest trick in the book, and it’s as simple as turning your phone off and on again.

Remove the app from your device: You might also try uninstalling and reinstalling your program from the App Store.


Ankita Khanrah is a second-year student of the Master of Communication and Journalism (Integrated) programme at the School of Mass Communication, KIIT Deemed University, Bhubaneswar.

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