[Updated] Nanit baby monitor camera app down or not working? You aren't alone (potential workaround inside)
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on March 30, 2023) follows:
Nanit is a popular brand that helps parents track their baby’s health, wellness, and development. Using the Nanit monitor camera app, parents can easily keep track of their baby throughout the day.
Nanit baby monitor camera app down
However, the Nanit baby monitors camera app is currently not working for some users. Users say that the app is stuck on the loading screen and can’t get past it.
A quick look at the micro-blogging site Twitter conveys there are many other affected by the same issue. For a quick glance, here’s how some of the complainants word the problem:
@getnanit you realize everyone who owns a Nanit has an outage right now right? When will it be fixed? People have babies to look after. Figure it out (Source)
My Nanit App is stuck on loading for 30 minutes now. This is completely unreliable and quite dangerous! When will you update your users on what the problem is!? (Source)
Nothing seems to be working on my end and the website shows it’s all still working. Anyone else having issues? (Source)
Moreover, an outage-tracking website has also confirmed that there is indeed some issue going on with the Nanit baby monitor camera right now.
Any official word on the matter? Negative, as yet. We’re yet to locate a word from the official service channels or their social media handles.
Luckily, there’s a potential workaround that might help you fix this problem temporarily. You can check it out below.
Rest assured, we’re keeping a continuous tab on all related developments and will update this page with relevant info as and when we come across any.
So in case you’re encountering the problem discussed here, stay hooked for updates.
Update 1 (June 23, 2023)
05:19 pm (IST): Users confirm that the outage has already been resolved.
Note: We have more such stories in our dedicated outage section, so be sure to follow them as well.
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