On Monday afternoon, Apple's support page on Twitter said all of the outages have been resolved, and its website shows that systems should be running normally.
An outage at Amazon Web Services Tuesday affected everything from streaming services to airlines for about five hours.
Hundreds of Twitter users across the U.S. have reported problems logging in and using the app's features.
The internet outages were caused by a "disruption" in content distribution company Akamai's DNS system, which many major sites use.
Down detector showed on Thursday morning that many users have been having issues while trying to use various investment services.
The hashtag #SnapchatDown was trending on Twitter after thousands of people tweeted about issues with the app.
Snapchat is part of Snap Inc. and is known for its picture and video sending app.
Users are reporting outages for Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides, while Google itself has acknowledged "service disruptions" among their G Suite services. Here's how to get status updates.
Down Detector recorded outages across Europe and some parts of the U.S.
Some areas of North Carolina got up to 16 inches of snow from the storm.
"We're investigating connection issues across multiple data centers," Mailchimp confirmed.
Around 100 trees were reported downed around the city, Cincinnati Parks reported.
Netflix was down for many users Tuesday.
It's Friday afternoon. Can we go home now?