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TikTok is back online! An hours-long outage prevents thousands of US users from accessing the social media platform

  • TikTok will no longer work for more than 10,000 users in the US on Friday
  • The outage occurred shortly after 9 a.m. EST, with users flooding other social media platforms to warn
  • Most outages appear to be in Chicago and New York, although other cities have also experienced outages










Video-sharing platform TikTok appears to be operational after a significant outage on Friday that left thousands of users in the US unable to access the social network.

More than 14,000 outages were reported shortly after 9am, according to DownDetector, which tracks online outages

Most outages appeared to be in Chicago and New York, according to a map of outages.

TikTok will no longer work for more than 10,000 users in the US on Friday. The outage occurred shortly after 9 a.m. EST, with users flooding other social media platforms to warn

Most outages appear to be in Chicago and New York, although other cities have also experienced outages

Most outages appear to be in Chicago and New York, although other cities have also experienced outages

Other areas, such as Dallas, Houston, Boston and Washington DC also experienced power outages.

DailyMail.com has contacted TikTok with a request for comment.

Many users took to Twitter to express their frustration that the service has stopped working.

“Well, grab your cocktails and let’s wait for tiktok to come back folks,” one user wrote.

‘When tik tok stops working. Hey! Twitter,” another tweeted.

“I realized Tiktok was crashing,” another person wrote, adding a gif of a door with the Twitter logo.

Other users joked that they would get all their work done because they couldn’t access the platform.

Another person complained that they would “launch” their Wi-Fi out the door, out of frustration at not being able to access the social network.

Someone else said they were jokingly waiting for TikTok to come back online so they could waste time instead of being productive.

Other users joked that they would get all their work done because they couldn't access the platform

Other users joked that they would get all their work done because they couldn’t access the platform

Another person joked that they would

Another person joked that they would “launch” their Wi-Fi out the door, out of frustration that they couldn’t get on the social network

Someone else joked that they were waiting for TikTok to come back online so they could waste time instead of being productive

Someone else joked that they were waiting for TikTok to come back online so they could waste time instead of being productive

TikTok is one of the most popular apps worldwide, with over 1 billion monthly users as of last September.

It is estimated that there are more than 80 million in the US and it is regularly the most downloaded app in the App Store and Google Play.

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