Google-owned YouTube has fixed crash issues on the iOS application app
Google-owned YouTube on Thursday said it had fixed an issue with its iOS app that “many” users reported.
San Francisco: Google-owned YouTube on Thursday said it had fixed an issue with its iOS app that “many” users reported.
From its TeamYouTube account, the video streaming platform tweeted: “Hi, we know that many of you using the YouTube app on iOS devices may experience issues. We’re sorry about this and have started working on a fix! Update soon.”
Then it claimed that all the problems were fixed.
“The YouTube app on iOS devices should now work fine without problems! Thanks for hanging there,” it added.
DownDetector, an online website outage monitoring platform, revealed that over 8,000 users have reported various crashes across the US.
Some users have taken to the Twitter microblogging platform to report problems.
While one user asked: “Is anyone else having problems YouTube crashes?”, another said: “Has anyone else had severe and repetitive #Youtube issues on #Apple devices? are not?”
In April this year, the video sharing platform was down globally due to users reporting some issues like getting error messages when trying to watch videos along with logging issues.
YouTube users have also reported problems accessing website elements like sidebar navigation, switching accounts, and the Settings menu, for example.