The Google service crashed suddenly on Monday night, affecting hundreds of users. Services that were disrupted at the time of writing include Gmail, Google Search, YouTube, Google Maps, and more. The last break, which seems to be more intense than the previous one, seems to have started about 10-15 minutes ago. Downdetector, which tracks network outages, has reported more than 20,000 outages from around the world. YouTube and Gmail seem to have been hit hardest around the world, causing Twitter to worry about how it left Google services loud and dry, especially on the first day of the week.
Meanwhile, its online Google Tracker does not appear to be up to date. Despite reports of interruptions for all Google consumer products, such as Gmail and YouTube, Google services status pages do not currently show interruptions for each service. A green dot appears, which necessarily means that the services are alive and working as intended. It may take some time for the Google servers to reflect the changes. For some people, Google search seems to work great, while some users even report that search doesn’t work for them.