[Update: Apr. 7] iFunny throwing 'no internet connection' error, website down

New updates are being added at the bottom of the article

Original story (from 2018) follows:

If you have been having issues accessing the iFunny app or website for a while, find solace in the fact that you aren’t alone. The iFunny servers seem to be experiencing problems since hours now.

Reports suggest the iFunny app users are getting a ‘no internet connection’ error, while the website also remains inaccessible. Take a look:


If you take a look the official iFunny Twitter account, you’ll see the company said a few hours back the problems has been fixed. But sadly, issues started cropping up again.


The company seems to be aware of the ongoing issues, but haven’t offered any update on the matter for hours now.

Here’s hoping the problems get fixed sooner than later. Rest assured, we are keeping a close watch on the matter, and will offer an update as and when we spot something newsworthy.

Update 1 (Dec. 17, 2020):

The website is up and we’re also seeing reports that the iFunny app is working as well.

Update 2 (Nov.08, 2021)

10:19 am (IST): Looks like iFunny is not working, as Downdetector conveys an outage.


12:35 pm (IST): The website is still not fully functioning as it throws the message “no memes yet” irrespective of the category selected. iFunny is yet to put out a statement acknowledging the problem.


07:12 pm (IST): iFunny appears to be back up and running again.

Update 3 (Mar. 23, 2023)

09:05 am (IST): According to fresh reports on Twitter (1, 2, 3) and Downdetector, iFunny is currently down or not working for a section of users.

Update 4 (Mar. 24, 2023)

09:21 pm (IST): iFunny servers are fried yet again. Users have taken to Twitter to report (1,2,3,4) that the service is not working for them.

Update 5 (Mar. 27, 2023)

05:51 pm (IST): The recent issue with iFunny servers appear to have been resolved as we haven’t come across any fresh reports concerning the same.

Update 6 (Apr. 7, 2023)

04:27 pm (IST): iFunny servers are currently down or not working (1,2).

06:41 pm (IST): Servers appears to be back up and running again.

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