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Apps that crash on iPhone and iPad

Discussion in 'Games and Apps' started by Alex Dmitri, Feb 23, 2017.

  1. Alex Dmitri

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    Have you ever had an application on your iPhone or iPad crash without you doing anything? Some Apple users complain about this. Such a situation is annoying especially if the application is needed at that time. Here are some tricks that can solve this bug that harms the image of Apple.

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    When your iPhone or iPad crashes, leave it and then restart it. This will free up the memory of your smartphone and restart cleaner.

    To quit and restart the application in the event of a bug, do the following:
    • Press the Home button twice and access the application switch;
    • When recently used applications are displayed, scroll to find the one that has crashed;
    • You can then close the application to restart it.

    If the tip does not work, try the one that follows. This second method is to force the iPhone or iPad to restart. To do this, here's how:
    • Press and hold the on / off button and home button for 10 to 12 seconds until the Apple logo appears stopping the device.
    • Be aware that in most times, a simple reboot can solve an application crash problem.

    If the problem persists, update the application as follows:
    • Open App Store;
    • Go to the "Updates" tab and check for a recent update in "Pending Updates";
    • If you find the latest update, install it and restart your iPhone / iPad.

    If the update does not change much, delete the application completely and then reinstall it. To do this :
    • Open the Home screen;
    • Press and hold your finger on the application you want to delete until you see a dialog box prompting you to delete it;
    • Click on the inscription "X" which appears on the application then validate the deletion.
    • Now launch App Store and search the application that has just been deleted;
    • Once found, reinstall it.

    If the problem is not resolved, look for the latest version of iOS and install it. For this:
    • Connect your device to the internet;
    • Open "Settings" and then enter "General" and then "Software Update";
    • After checking for updates available by iOS, download the latest version found and then reinstall it.

    If none of these tricks work, it's the application's poor development and support. The only solution is then to contact its developer and ask for the solution.