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GOOGLE users are reporting problems with the website after several crashes on Friday, September 24, 2021.
The search engine's problems began spiking with reports at about 10am ET, which also include Gmail and the Google browser.
Google has been experiencing outages since the morning of September 24.
According to Down Detector, 80% of users reported problems with the website, while 13% claimed the search engine was down, and 8% reported login problems.
Some users had reported the outage as early as 4pm ET on September 23, though the main spike occurred in the morning of the following day.
Over 620 complaints have been filed with Down Detector.
Updating the Android System WebView is the solution to fix the problems for good.
A separate Google Chrome update has also been issued to the Google Play Store.
Android WebView is a system component powered by Chrome that allows Android apps to display web content.
This means running the latest version of Chrome should fix all problems within affected apps
The official Gmail Twitter account has also suggested clearing the cache for the app could help solve the crash bug too. 
Android users need to go to Settings > Applications > Gmail > Storage > Clear Cache.
There are simple steps to take to check if your app has a problem or isn't working properly by checking in the Google Play Store at your history.
Users can open the Google Play Store, tap the hamburger menu in the upper-left corner, then select “My apps & games.” 
Apps that have updates available are listed.
If you see your malfunctioning app on the list, tap Update and then check it again to see if the issue has been resolved.
Google and many of its most popular services suffered a global outage at 11.30am on December 14, 2020.
Users of YouTube, Gmail, Google Docs, and more all reported issues with the services during an hour of chaos.
It meant businesses and individuals around the world were affected by a loss of crucial services.
According to DownDetector's live outage map, the problems affecting Google impacted people all over the world – with the most problems occurring in Europe.
The tech giant was reportedly aware of the problem but did given a reason for what happened when contacted for comment.
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