The newest model of Snapchat has been plagued by a bug that pressured it to crash upon launching, however not! An replace has been made obtainable within the App Retailer to appropriate the problem, which was seemingly solely affecting the iOS model of the app (Android customers don’t see to have skilled the identical concern).
Mockingly, the bug seems to have been imbedded in a upkeep replace launched on June 28 to repair plenty of bugs customers of the messaging platform had been experiencing.
The problem first got here to mild after plenty of Snapchat customers took to Twitter to complain in regards to the bug, which reportedly noticed the app displaying a “one thing went flawed — please attempt once more later,” error message whereas making an attempt to load the app proper earlier than all of the sudden crashing. After The Verge’s Mitchell Clark tweeted in regards to the concern, Snapchat’s senior vp of product, Jacob Andreou, replied with somewhat sweaty-face emoji to let everybody know that the bug has since been corrected.
On Monday, Snapchat’s assist group let customers know they have been conscious of the problem, advising would-be Snappers (?) in a tweet to “Dangle tight, we’re trying into it and dealing on a repair!”
Certainly, an up to date not too long ago added to the App Retailer does appear to resolve the issue, and it’s greater than seemingly that the patch was fast-tracked after Snapchat’s product group grew to become conscious of simply how many individuals the bug was affecting. (Snapchat — which is kind of circling the drain of obsolescence anyway — actually can’t afford to piss off customers like that at this level.)
In case your telephone hasn’t robotically grabbed the replace by itself, knocking down in your profile image within the prime proper nook of the App Retailer ought to refresh the obtainable updates and help you obtain the repair.