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Food app Uber Eats appears to be not working for thousands of customers this morning, leaving Brits looking for a tasty snack.
The delivery service enables people to order food straight to their down, but people have flooded Twitter complaining they cannot place an order.
Down detector, a service tracking website, also showed an increase in the number of people who are experiencing problems with the app.
Most issues have been reported at checkout, with others experiencing issues logging in to use the service.
A customer who took to Twitter to express concern said: "Uber eats is down and I wanna cry I’m so hung over I just need Maccies breakfast."
Another said: "UBER EATS IS DOWN. Right when I’m about to order."
While a third said: "Uber Eats isn't working! Got no food in, how am I meant to survive this morning!"
It is not clear if the issues are just in to England as one user, claiming to be from Perth, Scotland, said: "Wonderful. Apparently Uber Eats is completely down in Perth".
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Uber Eats confirmed there is a "know issue" with the app and told concerned customers their team is working hard to fix it as "quickly as possible".
In response to one customer, the official Twitter account for the company said: "Thanks for reaching out.
"Please be advised that there's a known issue about the app. Our team is already aware of this and working to fix it as quickly as possible. Thanks for your patience."
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Uber Eats, based in California, was launched in 2014 by Uber, the popular taxi app.
The service, along with Just Eat and Deliveroo, has been a lifeline for Brits left unable to visit their favourite restaurants because of lockdown restrictions.
The service, along with Just Eat and Deliveroo, has been a lifeline for Brits in the pandemic who have been unable to visit their favourite restaurants because of lockdown restrictions.
It introduced contactless delivery quickly, and said it would "continue to provide delivery" following the Prime Minister’s national lockdown.
Uber Eats did place a limit on alcohol however, and didn’t enable the pick-up option for users.
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