Update, 10am ET: Spotify service has resumed and the apps are working normally in the U.S. and Europe.
What you need to know
- Spotify is down for many people across the U.S. and Europe.
- The outage appears to have started around 6:30am ET.
- The issue seems to affect music streaming, logging in, and issues with Spotify's website.
At the time of publication, 64 percent of people that reported issues have problems with music streaming while 31 percent have issues logging into Spotify. These figures will fluctuate as more reports of issues come in.
Something's out of tune. We're currently investigating, and we'll keep you posted here!Something's out of tune. We're currently investigating, and we'll keep you posted here!— Spotify Status (@SpotifyStatus) July 10, 2020July 10, 2020
Spotify's support Twitter account states that the company is investigating the issue.
As reported by The Verge, the issues with Spotify could be related to a Facebook login issue. The Facebook issue appears to affect several iOS apps, including Spotify, TikTok, and Pinterest.
Update, 10am ET — Spotify says it has resolved its issues
In a tweet issued at 8:54am ET, Spotify said it has resolved its connectivity problems and everything should be back to normal now. I can vouch for it — been streaming the Tron Legacy soundtrack for the last half an hour.
Good news! Everything is good to go and looking happy. Still having issues? Give @SpotifyCares a tweet.Good news! Everything is good to go and looking happy. Still having issues? Give @SpotifyCares a tweet.— Spotify Status (@SpotifyStatus) July 10, 2020July 10, 2020
Now get back to work!
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