When it comes to scientific progress, mankind has come a long way thanks to all the latest models of phones coming out every year along with innovative apps that allow us to connect with our loved ones and stay up-to-date with the events all around the world.
While the latest gadgets and apps have been designed to perfection, and their functioning only keeps getting better with every update, there are sometimes when the users experience certain glitches.
A similar thing happened and Twitter advised Android users to delay updating the latest version of the app, as it was it was very likely to crash.
Many users found out that the version 8.28 that is the newest version of the Twitter app, crashed right after being opened. Since majority of the Android users have set their gadgets to automatically update the apps, this could affect many people.
Although Twitter is working on devising a solution to this problem as soon as possible, no one knows yet when a properly functioning version of the app will be launched. The company has yet to discuss the reason behind the issue and an effective solution to it.
Avoiding the problem
Since Twitter has not provided any guidance on how to either fix the problem, or stall the update we bring to you the easiest way to take care of this issue yourself.
All you need to do is go to the Google Play Store and find the Twitter page, then click the three-dot menu on the upper right of the screen and uncheck the option that says Enable auto-update.
If by any chance, the update has already been installed, Android Police has offered some advice for you. You need to go to the Apps section in your Settings and clear Twitter’s Storage and Cache. Having done that, you can download the version 8.24.1 that is the previous version of the Twitter app from the APK Mirror.