Cash app Contact, which has more than 60 million users, has reported issues in Canada.
The app, which is based in New York, Canada, has not been updated in nearly a month.
“The team has been in touch with our team in New Zealand and Australia and they have confirmed that Cash has issues with their servers,” Cash co-founder and CEO Adam Kowalski wrote in a statement.
“Our teams are actively working to resolve the issues that have impacted users in the country.”
The app can be downloaded on the Apple app store.
Timer app The app was updated to a version that includes a new timer.
“We are currently working on resolving this issue and will update our app when we can,” Timer co-creator and CEO Justin Fruyter wrote in the same statement.
The timer app has more then 60 million active users.
“Timers can be useful in the everyday lives of most people, but we think it is important to have them as part of a regular cash transaction so people know how much they are worth,” Timers creator and CEO Mike Loughlin said in a Facebook post.
“So far, we have been working with our partners in the US and Canada to resolve this issue.
The company is working hard to get it fixed and ready for the general public.”
The Canadian branch of the Timer company has not issued a statement, but Timers founder and CEO Michael Loughlan said in an email the app is working with its US and Canadian partners to resolve issues.
“As we’ve noted in previous posts, the app for Cash has a very small team of engineers who are working to address this issue, and we hope that the next update will address this,” Loughlon wrote.
“Unfortunately, this will require a significant change in our business model, so we are not able to say at this point exactly when this will be fixed.”
He said the company is not currently looking to move into new markets, and will continue to develop the app.
Timers is also one of several Canadian apps that have been affected by the cash app.
“Cash is working on fixing the issue and we are very sorry to those who were affected,” Times CEO David Cairns said in the email.
“In the interim, we will continue developing and releasing the Cash app, and hope that you will find it to be a useful app for your daily transactions.”
A spokesperson for the Timers company declined to comment.
Cash was founded in 2015 by Kowalskis and his son, Josh.
It is now available on the iPhone and Android app stores.