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Amazon AWS Down – Fault on Ring, Disney Plus, Tinder, and dozens of other apps as Amazon Web Services crashes

AMAZON’s web services were down, leaving users of various apps and websites seething because they couldn’t log in to their accounts.

People are struggling to log in, access Amazon-owned websites, Amazon apps, or their AWS console, according to the detector.

Ring, Disney+ and even doorbell users Tinder is said to be in trouble.

If you are unable to access your Amazon or Amazon Music account, you may be one of the affected users.

Reports started pouring in from around 3:30pm GMT this afternoon.

Read our Amazon AWS live blog below for the latest news and updates…

  • The cause of the outage is currently unknown

    The exact extent of the problem or what caused it is currently unknown.

    The Sun Online has reached out to Amazon for comment.

  • Users complain on social networks

    Frustrated users took to social media to complain.

    One person tweeted: “Can’t listen to Amazon Music. My Ring doorbell isn’t working.

    “Can’t control my lights with Alexa. On the other hand, I’m spending a lot less on Christmas.”

    Another said: “Amazon is failing, this is a pain…”

    One Tinder user asked: “Is that too much? My messages are still loading.”

    Some other users complained that it took a while for Tinder messages to load.

  • Which services are affected by the Amazon AWS outage?

    People report having difficulty logging in, accessing Amazon-owned websites, Amazon apps, or their AWS console.

    If you are unable to access your Amazon or Amazon Music account, you may be one of the affected users.

    Ring, Disney+ and even doorbell users Tinder is said to be in trouble.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/16968312/amazon-aws-down-status-outage-disney-plus-ring-tinder/ Amazon AWS Down – Fault on Ring, Disney Plus, Tinder, and dozens of other apps as Amazon Web Services crashes

Caroline Bleakley

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