Facebook App Update Reduces Crashes By Over 50% [Download]

Facebook App Update Reduces Crashes By Over 50% [Download]

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Facebook has announced that the release of Facebook 13.1 for iOS will reduce the crash rate of its app by over 50%.

Recently, we solved a long-term mobile debugging problem and reduced the crash rate for people using the Facebook for iOS app by more than 50 percent. Several months ago, one of our top crashes on iOS was manifesting itself in Apple’s Core Data system, an object-relational mapper into the underlying database (SQLite). We were receiving these crashes into our crash report analyzer, but it took months to figure out the right angle to approach the problem from

The company goes into detail on how it determined the cause of the problem on its engineering blog. You can read more about it here.

If you just want a Facebook app with 50% fewer crashes, you can download the new version at the link below!

Download [via 9to5Mac]


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Facebook App Update Reduces Crashes By Over 50% [Download]

Facebook App Update Reduces Crashes By Over 50% [Download]
Oh you people - August 13, 2014 at 4:53pm
All you people need to quit bitching. It's just an app!
Steven - August 13, 2014 at 3:38pm
Everybody should delete the Facebook messenger app so that Facebook will get the picture that they can't force us to use separate apps for one service, that's like forcing us to have an iPod Classic for music, iPod touch for text messing, iPhone for only calling and iPad for games. Which is unreasonable.
Groany - August 13, 2014 at 3:42pm
Well said.
Well... - August 13, 2014 at 4:47pm
I don't like "split apps" either, but Apple did the same thing on OS X... unfortunately it's the trend these days. Maybe it just makes it easier to write the software and update the components separately, I don't see why else they'd be doing it.
OSX - August 13, 2014 at 4:55pm
What do you mean?
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