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Users all across the world are reporting that Google services are not working for them, though its main product - Google search - appears to be unaffected by the outages.

The outage has affected Gmail, YouTube, Google My Business, Google AdSense, Google AdWords and others, according to complaints.

The names of the mail service and the video platform operated by the tech giant trended on Twitter as people rushed to share their frustration and surprise.

People trying to access the services get a “Temporary Error” message, and a suggestion that it may become available again “in a few minutes.”

No comments from Alphabet Inc., the parent company of Google’s multiple subsidiaries, was immediately available.

YouTube’s support team tweeted, however, that they were “aware” of the issues and were “looking into it.” 

The problem seems to be with the part of Google services handling user accounts. YouTube can be accessed in “incognito” mode on a browser supporting the function, like Google Chrome.

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Users all across the world are reporting that Google services are not working for them, though its main product - Google search - appears to be unaffected by the outages.

The outage has affected Gmail, YouTube, Google My Business, Google AdSense, Google AdWords and others, according to complaints.

The names of the mail service and the video platform operated by the tech giant trended on Twitter as people rushed to share their frustration and surprise.

People trying to access the services get a “Temporary Error” message, and a suggestion that it may become available again “in a few minutes.”

No comments from Alphabet Inc., the parent company of Google’s multiple subsidiaries, was immediately available.

YouTube’s support team tweeted, however, that they were “aware” of the issues and were “looking into it.” 

The problem seems to be with the part of Google services handling user accounts. YouTube can be accessed in “incognito” mode on a browser supporting the function, like Google Chrome.

DETAILS TO FOLLOW

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