Gmail and Google Drive experienced an around the world blackout on Tuesday night.

Countless reports were submitted, according to DownDetector The obvious issue appeared to impact users from the United States, Japan, Malaysia, Australia, and Japan.

Some users had the ability to access their e-mails, however came across mistakes when sending out a brand-new e-mail: “Message might not be sent out. Examine your network and attempt once again.”

Google stated it knew “a problem with Google Drive” beginning at 7: 53 p.m.

“We will offer more details quickly,” the business stated on its Google Drive service site. “The impacted users have the ability to gain access to Google Drive, however are seeing mistake messages, high latency, and/or other unanticipated habits.”

The concerns were not separated to Gmail for some individuals. Users reported cases where they were unable to access their e-mails and other Google-owned applications:

Screenshot of Gmail.
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