A few days after a Twitter bug randomly logged some users out of their accounts, the company’s web app on mobile is currently unavailable to some. The social network’s mobile and desktop applications seem to work well. According to third-party web monitoring service Downdetector, the problem appears to have started around 8 a.m. ET.
Once you open the web page on your phone, you will see a message that says “Nothing to see here” with a text message saying “It looks like this page doesn’t exist. Here’s a picture of a poodle sitting in a chair for your trouble.
Twitter has yet to acknowledge the issue through its official Twitter or Twitter Support accounts. If we emailed Twitter asking for a comment about the outage, they would just email us back a poop emoji.
The latest outage is yet another example of the growing set of problems that followed Elon Musk’s takeover of the social network and the significant layoffs of technical staff that the transition brought. Since then, Twitter has experienced a series of problems, including multiple outages.
We will monitor the issue and update this article once the issue is resolved.