Zoom down: app suffers outage and has video and audio issues
Live conferencing provider Zoom is down after users have mentioned getting audio and video issues.
Social networking was awash with users recording issues with audio , images, inviting people to events, or signing in on their own. Thousands of people have reported problems with the site since 9 am, mainly in the United Kingdom, according to the DownDetector website.
Reverend Simon Harvey, a vicary located in Bury St Edmonds, posted on Twitter: "Imagine if door locks in churches around the world jammed at the same time on a Sunday morning," the software giant had not yet noticed the outage that came when churches attempted to conduct their Sunday services on the web, causing one Twitter user to joke: "Looks like the church smashed the internet." Millions of users using the platform to communicate with peers, relatives or coworkers in the sense of lockout constraints. On 22 April, the software company announced a 50% rise in traffic during a three-week period and claimed that it had reached 300 million regular users. However, it was later forced to make it clear that it actually had 300 Millions of "meeting participants" every day, which meant that individual users could be counted more than once. "This was a real oversight on our part," the spokesperson told CBNC on 28 April, when the company's share prices dropped by as much as 8.7% and entered the Nasdaq 100 – the stock market index comprising 100 of the largest international non-financial firms.