Trying to use an application and encountering crashes is not pleasant. Thinking about it, Google is starting to release automatic warnings that will ask the user to install an update for the program that is crashing, if it is available in the Play Store. That way, even the most casual users can try to fix the software that’s giving them a headache.
The American company made available the Play Store November 2022 updates changelog🇧🇷 In it, improvements aimed at greater security and reliability are the main points, but the following sentence is worth highlighting:
Google’s online store will help users resolve app crashes through update notifications.
These warnings will come in the form of suggestions for the person to update the programs that are crashing. Of course, the information will only come if there is some ready improvement for the software.
Android expert Mishaal Rahman dug deeper into the code to uncover other details. He found a message that should be the default in these cases. It says the following (in a free translation):
The app has stopped working, but the latest app update may fix the issue. Install the update and open the program again. If you want to update later, go to %1$s on Google Play.
In addition, the American company stated that the novelty has been released since November 15 in version 33.2 of the Google Play Store.
Option will make life easier for users
Of course, nobody likes it when an app just crashes or stops working. Ordinarily, regular users first try closing and opening the program to see if everything resolves. When that doesn’t work, many think about uninstalling and reinstalling the software.
With the novelty employed by Google for Android phones, the chance of this type of situation being less inconvenient turns out to be high. A quick fix for a headache is always nice, especially when you want to get back to using apps.
This functionality is intended to always keep the individual’s smartphone up to date, but it is important to note that the notices should provide reminders for later installations. If the person does not have access to the internet at the time of the crash, this option will end up being great to guarantee the stability of the programs.
Either way, it’s sure to make our lives a little easier.
With information: Android Police🇧🇷