[Updated] VRV app servers down, users getting ‘Unable to connect to API’ error
There are new updates that have been added to the bottom of the story…
Original story (from June 13) follows:
VRV, which describes itself as “home of your favorite channels, events, and communities celebrating anime, animation, video games, comics, science fiction, fantasy, and tech”, is currently in midst of an outage of sorts.
A lot of users are reporting the service is currently down for them. Complainants are taking to social media platforms like Twitter to voice their concerns. Here are some of the recent reports for you to take a quick look at:
Damn it appears VRV is down =(
— AmericanCrusader (@AmericanCrusad3) June 13, 2019
Hey @WatchVRV are your servers out rn? None of my devices can connect to vrv and all are on working networks.
— Elijah Austin-Bishop (@bishop1012011) June 13, 2019
Even the Down Detector service currently shows intermittent issues specifically in the US area.
We are looking for more information on the matter and will update the story as and when any development comest to our sight.
Update 1 (October 12):
The VRV service is again down at the moment. We are looking for more info on the matter.
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