“Prominent Disclosure Requirement”
Now when will Google publish the same for Chrome and Android (and all other Alphabet properties)?
Google has tightened the rules for admission to the Chrome Web Store, the online bazaar for add-ons to its browser. The big change to the Alphabet subsidiary's User Data Policy is that third-party party developers are no longer permitted to move personal data in plain text. Developers must also create and publish a privacy …
Hum, you know how iOS works? Per the developer doc, when the system is low on memory, apps using a lot of it get a notice to slim down and release some. If they don't, a hard termination soon follows. That's not exactly a crash, though it looks very much like it from a user POV.
The one difference is that when you know the reason you can anticipate on it by closing other apps before running a hog.
For me (iPad 4 on 9.3.0) Chrome is now relatively stable, but it was very glitchy in the first months after iOS 9 came out.
I have a latest-generation iPad AIr^2 with nothing running and very few apps enabled tested latest Chrome on 9.3.1. Try going to places like www.standard.co.uk as a good one to watch it randomly crash and burn either when just "on" a page, or scrolling for a good example.
31 reported crashes since latest updates -- I've filed a report on every one of them.
Something bad happened to Chrome around the 9.3.0 time and it wasn't good.
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