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Solution for Apps Crashing Frequently in iPhone

You may wonder seeing frequent crashing or not responding by a certain Apps installed on your iPhone. There might be several reasons behind this crashing of Apps in iPhone.
The worst case is when you are doing some important work in iPhone which is associated with the Apps. Even if the work is not associated with the specific Apps which causes the trouble, it can disturb your work. Think about a situation where you are working with the office job and suddenly iPhone shows trouble due to some non-responding Applications installed on your iPhone. You will went mad right? So you can avoid this by taking some precautions. First you should learn the apps which are the real source of trouble in your iPhone. Then analyze is there any known bugs or compatibility issues with your current version of iPhone and the apps. If there is a known compatibility issue, you should uninstall the apps immediately or check for the updated bug free version of the apps. if you find the updated apps, no need to wait. Start download and install in your iPhone.We also need to note that the apps working fine with iPhone4 and iPhone3 may be showing issues with iPhone5 or Vice Versa.


So now what is the apps have no known compatibility issues or bugs ? Either you can remove the apps from your iPhone or just understand why it crash. Check whether it gives any error message or error code before crashing. If you get any error code, check the answer for this issue with the error code in Google or Apple support site. Apple support staff can also help you if you feel the non responding apps consume your valuable time and mood. If you think it is not necessary to contact Apple team to fix the apps, you can go for the solutions provided in this article.

If you see suddenly the apps crashes and you went back to the home screen you can do a soft reboot to get your iPhone normal and take the apps back in working. Make sure apps is recovered fully and working perfectly.If it is working perfectly without having any crashing, it is fine and you can forget the issue. In most cases a soft reboot works fine and iPhone starts operates normally. So the step is like perform a safeboot and check whether the apps works fine. In rare case it may not work. So in that case you need to do some other troubleshooting steps to recover your iPhone from the non responding apps installed in it. Also many people do not like the idea of doing safe booting iPhone for minor apps crash. For them also we have to think about another solution for freezing apps in iPhone.

Procedure to Deal With Crashing Apps in iPhone

1. Wait and see if the Apps recover

2. Uninstall and install the latest version of the apps

3. Safeboot

4. Update iPhone Firmware


So first we must check how much serious is this apps crash. It means whether we can access home screen or it just freeze and we need to perform a system boot. If we can access home screen double click and open the apps. Now make sure the application is running on the background. Now check the faulty apps and press hold. Do this until you get a red minus sign on the running apps. This sign means close the apps. So use this option wisely to handle the apps which causes trouble often. The major advantage of this way of troubleshooting the non responding apps in iPhone is, we can avoid unnecessary rebooting of the device. So personally I prefer this way to solving the issue of unresponsive apps in iPhone.

I am Vlad and an expert in iPhone service. If you have any doubts or service issues related to iPhone, drop me a message here. It is my pleasure to assist iPhone users.

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