Love Island followers had been lacking out on catching up (Image: ITV)
ITV Hub has issued an apology after Love Island followers complained they had been unable to observe final night time’s episode due a widespread community failure.
Quite a few banks, streaming websites and the PlayStation Community had been offline following a global outage, with the problem showing to have begun taking part in havoc at round 5pm this afternoon.
In the course of the outage, the ITV Hub stopped annoyed customers from accessing any of its content material throughout its web site and apps.
‘We’re conscious of a difficulty stopping you from with the ability to sign up or watch throughout our web site and apps,’ ITV stated in a press release shared on social media.
‘Sadly, it is a widespread problem with our content material supply community supplier, however our groups are working away to repair this ASAP. Apologies for any inconvenience.’
Many customers vented their annoyance on the glitch on Twitter, with one writing: ‘Is your app working okay @itvhub?? I do know there’s severe issues occurring on the earth however I can’t meet up with @LoveIsland.’
Echoing the same sentiment, one other added: ‘ITV hub is down! @itvhub please repair so I don’t should hold avoiding spoilers from final night time’s #LoveIsland everywhere in the web!’
Fortunately, ITV Hub customers didn’t have too lengthy to attend earlier than the error was resolved.
‘The difficulty with our content material supply community supplier has been resolved and our providers are again up and operating!’ a later assertion learn.
‘Please be sure to refresh your browser or app and you need to be good to go. Thanks on your endurance everybody!’
Monitoring web site DownDetector logged tens of 1000’s of studies from customers of dozens of well-liked apps and web sites.
Greater than 20,000 players have complained that the PlayStation Community, which lets PS4 and PS5 homeowners play on-line, is down.
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