CAIRO: The servers of the music app Anghami suffered a malfunction within minutes of the start of the Egyptian singer Amr Diab’s online concert due to the huge public turnout.
Anghami apologized to its users for the delay in airing Amr Diab’s concert, which was scheduled to be broadcast at 5 p.m. yesterday and was delayed for an hour and a half. They promised to refund whoever could not make the concert.
Anghami apologized on its official Facebook page, saying that the huge pressure on the app caused the crash.
The audience of Amr Diab’s concert, scheduled to be broadcast on the Internet, expressed their annoyance at the concert delay.
Amr Diab’s concert on Anghami began at 5 in the evening, and minutes after the start of the ceremony, the site suffered a malfunction.
Amr Diab recently released his song, “Amaken Al-Sahr,” which ranked at the top of the song list on the Anghami app, as well as top trending on YouTube and various social networking sites.