How to fix your mobile app’s slow start

The latest version of iOS and Android apps are coming with an annoying new bug that causes users to lose their way through menus.

The problem is triggered when users try to launch apps from the lock screen, which is typically displayed at the bottom of the home screen.

It’s particularly frustrating for people with older devices that don’t support multitasking.

To fix the problem, users can tap the “More” button at the top of the screen.

This will launch the app’s home screen, and then the app will display the correct icon and start running.

But when the user taps “Done,” the app becomes unusable.

The issue first appeared last week on iOS 8, and now it appears to be widespread on Android.

It affects many popular apps that support multitouch, like Google Maps, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, Gmail, and others.

The problem only appears to occur in the latest versions of these apps, and users are only able to open them once the screen has been locked.

This is especially frustrating for those who use multiple devices, such as an iPhone, Android, or iPad.

As a result, many people are losing their way around the app.

As you can see in the below video, I’m not alone.

This problem also appears to affect a number of popular iOS and Mac apps that don the feature, such to Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.

In some cases, the app may even crash when trying to launch it from the lockscreen.

But most of the time, users should see the app appear to be working, even though the issue appears to have been fixed in the past few weeks.

There are several solutions to the problem.

To avoid the problem for now, users are recommended to disable the lock screens, and to always allow apps to launch.

However, the bugs don’t seem to be a dealbreaker for everyone, and it’s best to wait until the app is completely out of beta before switching to a different solution.

As long as the apps are working, the problem should be fixed in a matter of hours.

However that might take a few days, and the bugs are likely to persist in the newest versions of the apps.