Google and Gmail are down for a large number of clients with “Something Went Wrong” Chrome error, mostly in the United States
Google and its popular email service Gmail experienced issues on Monday for a great many clients largely situated in the United States, as per investigates social media and the website blackout firm Down Detector.
The Gmail issues give off an impression of being affecting the East Coast near cities, for example, New York and Boston as well as territories on the West Coast near San Francisco and Los Angeles. In view of the live blackout map accessible on Down Detector, it likewise looks like regions near Houston and Dallas in Texas additionally endured blackouts.
The issues with Gmail began at 10:13 a.m. ET, while the issues with Google started at 2:09 p.m. ET, as indicated by Down Detector. At the time of composing, the website has gotten in excess of 4,000 reports from clients encountering issues with Google and Gmail.
There’s been a monstrous spike in comments and reports regarding the matter, incorporating issues with Sign-in services. Google clients are revealing seeing “Something Went Wrong” error messages, alongside other messages. It’s hazy what has caused the present blackout or to what extent it may last.
One client reports that these issues may simply be connected to the Chrome Browser, having tested Gmail on other web services. This would imply that Gmail clients could get around the present issues by utilizing an alternative to Google Chrome.
“I think its just Chrome having the issues. I’m able to log in with Explorer,” the user posted online.
“This is the strangest outage I have ever heard of. You CAN log in if you use the incognito window. Strange!” another adds.
As reported over, the present Google issues could be attached only to the Chrome browser. Be that as it may, there are additionally reports of issues with other major online platforms, including a few game services.
Google Drive has additionally been influenced by the present Google blackout, with issues being experienced on YouTube too.