Are you facing issues accessing Gmail, YouTube, or even the Google Play Store? Well, you are not alone. Some of the prominent Google services are facing server issues for the past few hours across the globe.

Reports of Google services facing outages have poured in from India, Czech Republic, Europe, and parts of the US. Down Detector is currently flooded with red spikes for a myriad of services, including Search YouTube TV, Stadia, Nest, YouTube Music, and a lot more. You can see the same in the screenshot right here:

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It’s only Google Search that is currently working for me. YouTube, Play Store, G Suite (now known as Google Workspace), my Google Home Mini, and even Google Meet is down. Other users are reporting similar outages, as you can see in the tweets below:

Twitter is flooded with complaints and all of Google’s services are now appearing in the trending section. You can see the same in Matt Navarra’s tweet right here:

Google has neither updated its status dashboard nor has it officially tweeted out that it’s looking into the server issues. We have reached out to Google’s press team and we will update you once we hear back. So, stay tuned for more updates.

Update 1 (14/12/2020 6:14 pm)

After close to a 40-minute outage, most of the Google services are slowly starting to come back online. Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive, and Play Store are back online for many of us at Beebom.

If you’re still facing server issues, it is only a matter of minutes (or hours, for some) before the services are restored for you. And we hope it stays the same.

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