Gmail on incognito mode crashes, throws 404 error, Twitterati rage over fiasco
Gmail Down 404: Twitter users from across the world took to the micro-blogging site and claimed that they were unable to access Gmail.
Tech giant Google was on the receiving end of Twitter's rage on Tuesday afternoon as its e-mail service Gmail reportedly went down on incognito mode. Twitter users from across the world took to the micro-blogging site and claimed that they were unable to access Gmail. Screenshots of Gmail throwing a 404 error were also shared by Twitter users. In India, the error seemed to be only with the incognito mode as Gmail was accessible in normal window.
A Twitter user who goes by the name James claimed that he wasn't able to access his inbox even after deleting cookies. James claimed that he was facing the issue both on PC as well as mobile. "@gmail like the thousands of other people tweeting you, I can’t access my inbox, getting a 404 error. Tried mobile and pc, deleted cookies and all that but still nothing?! I can access other google related services!!??" he tweeted.
Another Twitter users claimed that none of his Google apps were working. "Anybody else get this message? Trying to open Gmail. The same goes for Google Account. The rest of the Google apps works," he tweeted.
Here are some reactions:
Gmail is down?
— Rajkrishnan Menon (@RajkrisMenon) January 29, 2019
— barbara castiello (@b_castiello) January 29, 2019
— Manoj kumar (@Manojku73234492) January 29, 2019
Any sign into google is not working not just Gmail.
— Graham Johnson (@grahamjohnson10) January 29, 2019
Hey @gmail is down! Never thought will see this day After all it's a technology.
— Ankit Taneja (@NktTaneja) January 29, 2019
— Mughil Anand Nainar (@mughilanand) January 29, 2019
— Satyendra Arora (@SatArora) January 29, 2019
Gmail crash or what!? apo susahhhh nau nak log in hoi. byak keje nk buat ni haaaaaaa.....
— SZA (@YaiAmran) January 29, 2019
— Johon White (@johnwhiteaus) January 29, 2019
— zeefu (@zeefu) January 29, 2019
— Oscar Guevara (@oskregc) January 29, 2019
In response to one Twitter user's complaint, Google said that there were "no disruptions" with the service and insisted that the user trying clearing their browser cache and cookies. Google's response read: "Hi there. Currently, there are no disruptions. Could you try clearing the browser cache and cookies to see if that helps."
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