Reddit is down, not loading content for mobile app users

Reddit is investigating a worldwide outage that prevents users from accessing the social network’s website on mobile apps.

Users are reporting being automatically logged out when opening the mobile app and seeing several types of content loading errors, including “No Internet,” “Sorry, please try again later,” and “Let’s try that again.”

On its official status page, Reddit has confirmed that only native mobile apps are currently down, with its engineers already working on addressing the root cause of this outage.

“We are currently investigating issues loading Reddit primarily affecting iOS devices,” the company said in an incident report published 1 hour ago at 10:51 PDT.

“We identified the problem and working to rectify it currently,” Reddit added 20 minutes later.

Reddit mobile app outage

According to outage monitoring platform , tens of thousands of Reddit have reported experiencing app and server connection issues in the last hour.

On March 14, Reddit was hit blocking users worldwide from accessing the platform’s website and mobile apps.

One month earlier, the social network was also affected by a 4-hour-long partial outage that caused a and for desktop users.

Five days later, on February 15, it was  that blocked access to the home feed, “preventing comments, awards and karma from displaying or processing correctly” for approximately 30 minutes.

This is a developing story…