Google app crashing Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Google app issues reported: –ANDROID users today are reporting a series of frustrating issues with popular apps such as Gmail, Yahoo Mail and Google. In which applications are crashing and having problems opening.
Android users are reporting problems with many popular apps such as Gmail, Yahoo Mail and Google, and these widely used apps are struggling to crash and open. The Independent Outage Monitor Down Detector today saw a boom in Gmail, Yahoo Mail and Google Down Reports (Gmail, Yahoo Mail and Google down reports).
While Android users are tweeting on twitter to discuss about the app issues on social networking site Twitter and try and find out how to fix them.
Google app crashing Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Google app Down issues Today
One Android user tweeted: “There is a problem with the @ Gmail app on Android at the moment – #Gmail is constantly crashing for me at the moment”. (Seems to be a problem with the @gmail app on Android at the moment – constantly crashing for me at the moment #Gmail ”.)
Another posted: “@ Gmail Hey, your Gmail app is crashing.”
(@gmail Hey, your Gmail app is crashing.)
A couple: “Every app I use today is cycling through crashes. Mess in the Matrix. ” (“Every app I use has just been cycling through crashes today. Glitch in the matrix)
And another wrote: “@gmail my app remains closed for a few seconds after opening it. It seems like others are also having this issue… whats up? Pixel 3 is running Android 11 “. (@ Gmail My app keeps closing seconds after opening it. Sounds like others are having this issue too… What’s up? Pixel 3 running Android 11)
How to Fix google app crashing and down
Responding to another user, @Gmail Twitter suggested that cleaning Cache may help.
- To do this, Android users will have to go to Settings> Applications> Gmail> Storage> Clear Cache.
In addition to Gmail here, Yahoo Mail and Google Android users have reported issues of crashing other popular apps such as Discord and Outlook today.
Android is one of the most used software in the world, with more than two billion devices worldwide running the market-leading Google Mobile OS