Stadia, Googles video game streaming service, was also having concerns this afternoon, but its uncertain if they were related. The business said an issue was “restricting some users from introducing video games.”
Google says that a “significant subset” of Gmail users are facing mistakes with the service today.
While users can access their inboxes, they may come across “error messages, high latency, and/or other unexpected habits,” the company wrote in a message on its service status page. The errors come simply a day after many Google residential or commercial properties, including Gmail, YouTube, and Google Docs, were struck with a widespread outage.
Google now informs The Verge that the issue with Stadia has been fixed and “users ought to have the ability to play games as usual.”
Downdetector, which monitors reports of website issues, shows a spike of issues affecting Gmail beginning around 3PM ET. Users have reported being unable to access their inboxes, while others have actually stated theyre getting bounceback messages when attempting to email somebody with a Gmail address. ProtonMail said that emails sent to Gmail users are “completely bouncing,” returning error messages to the initial sender.
Update December 15th, 5:55 PM ET: Google said that its beginning to restore service.
Shortly before 6PM ET, Google stated it expected to the resolve the problems “for all users in the near future.” Service had currently been restored for some, Google composed.