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finally we're free https://t.co/QXbaJlPfp7— Tony Romm (@TonyRomm) July 10, 2020
Isn't this the second time this has happened? At some point it's a problem for Apple as well. They need to undo this dependency in major apps. https://t.co/9dxaDdpJLd— Pitts (@pitts_man) July 10, 2020
Simple fix: don’t use Facebook login. I never have, and never will. https://t.co/6V38DSWZJz— Matt (@mattk) July 10, 2020
Facebook confirms its SDK is causing apps to crash: “We’re aware that some applications are currently affected by an issue in our Facebook iOS SDK. We’re working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible.”— Shona Ghosh (@shonaghosh) July 10, 2020
At the moment, Spotify does crash for me. Surprised that they use Facebook’s APIs. https://t.co/ZmcYQdnhgH— Axel Rauschmayer (@rauschma) July 10, 2020
Something’s out of tune. We’re currently investigating, and we’ll keep you posted here!— Spotify Status (@SpotifyStatus) July 10, 2020
Filtering out traffic to Facebook servers seems to result in at least Spotify working again - so try switching off WiFi + switch on airplane mode and relaunching. https://t.co/91RbC3U7Sz— Shona Ghosh (@shonaghosh) July 10, 2020
Fact check: the native AppStore space is not safer than the Web https://t.co/6DOAs9ZuYz— Maximiliano Firtman (@firt) July 10, 2020
i thought people were joking when they said "blame zuck" for spotify not working this morning but it turns out they were not! https://t.co/fvsdQHtaA4— Will Oremus (@WillOremus) July 10, 2020
Spotify is now back up and running following 2.5hr global outage https://t.co/8OtSq4VhxT pic.twitter.com/OHvCNe98F8— Mirror Tech (@MirrorTech) July 10, 2020
Satan is giggling at this very moment, but keep on selling out your users to Facebook. https://t.co/xWpO8PSKFO— Kontra (@counternotions) July 10, 2020
Facebook makes a change in its SDK that breaks a huge swath of iOS apps like Spotify and Tinder, and this is their public comment about it. I'd be surprised if Apple didn't step in with new SDK restrictions soon. pic.twitter.com/PpvHseKf0Z— Owen Williams ⚡ (@ow) July 10, 2020
Lots of popular iOS apps like Spotify, Pinterest, and Tinder are crashing on iPhones today because of a Facebook iOS SDK issue. This is the second time this has happened in recent weeks https://t.co/zYafNPF8qO pic.twitter.com/bchShs4CHD— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) July 10, 2020
I love Techmeme. My apps were crashing and I had no idea why (did I do something?). Hit https://t.co/i79eXgDSnm and now I know it's not. my. fault. https://t.co/6N2Gp5CAeP— Alexia Bonatsos (@alexia) July 10, 2020
And Waze! I actually had to use google maps this morning https://t.co/gW0qMAMHgM— Jason Del Rey (@DelRey) July 10, 2020
Facebook’s SDK is once again causing numerous iOS apps to crash on launch. If you’re still voluntarily putting code from a company that “moves fast and breaks things” into your app, then I would seriously consider not doing that ?https://t.co/TmkfFCN4fC— John Sundell (@johnsundell) July 10, 2020
the cute answer everyone thinks is "derp delete Facebook" but nope, that doesn't solve this problem. it doesn't matter if you don't use facebook, plenty of your favorite apps use its SDK, as outlined in @nickstatt's report from the last time this happened: https://t.co/fUtJPA37UI https://t.co/ew9Vx7XdiZ— dan seifert (@dcseifert) July 10, 2020
In seriousness: Think about the brittleness of networked services — like hundreds of millions of users suddenly having most of their iOS apps crash due to a single point of failure in the Facebook SDK app — and contemplate the glorious driverless future.https://t.co/OOSXRMoXXv— Ari Schulman (@AriSchulman) July 10, 2020
현재 페이스북 로그인 시스템을 사용하는 앱(스포티파이, 틱톡, 마리오카트 투어 등) 이 iOS에서 다 튕기는 현상이 일어나고 있다고. #아이폰튕김 #아이폰 #appcrashhttps://t.co/A52Uk3gFCs— 블루더캣? (@bluetheplushie) July 10, 2020
Maybe it’s time to ditch the Facebook SDK for good? https://t.co/IWZUrAi7fd— Matt Galligan (@mg) July 10, 2020
Yup, it sure did:— Vess (@VessOnSecurity) July 10, 2020
"For the second time this year, the Facebook SDK is causing apps like TikTok and Spotify to crash on launch":https://t.co/u0Q76qLMlb https://t.co/k0DZ1sdnpV
At least on the bright side, for a short while this morning none of your apps were quietly uploading your data to brokers and analytics firms without your knowledge. https://t.co/YxFqz99bk7— Zack Whittaker (@zackwhittaker) July 10, 2020
"What do you want to achieve?— Ty Smith (@tsmith) July 10, 2020
My company's app to not crash in production."
"What do you expect to happen?
My app to work properly in production."
"What are the steps necessary to reproduce this issue?
Open our app"https://t.co/wSKVjEUlnp
To be clear, Facebook changed *Facebook*, developers had the same SDK embedded in their apps — which is also why I find it difficult to believe Apple will attempt to restrict these SDKs’ use. That’s not something easily detected or enforced unless it’s directly targeted.— Nathan Lawrence ? (@NathanBLawrence) July 10, 2020
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