It’s a pain when your app unexpectedly crashes on your device. When it’s an app you use every day, such as Spotify, it can be even more frustrating. If you’re here because your Spotify app is crashing on your iPhone, you’re not alone – many users experience the same problem.
Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take to fix the issue and get back to streaming music. The first step is to make sure that both your iPhone and the Spotify app are up-to-date. Generally, if something goes wrong with an app, it’s best to first check if an update has been released for either the iPhone or the app itself.
For iPhones running iOS 12 or higher, open the App Store and then select “Updates” at the bottom of the screen. You can then see all updates available to install and select “Update All” or choose specific apps one-by-one. To update Spotify specifically, open App Store, search for “Spotify Music” then tap on “Update” next to the Spotify icon. Please note that if you don’t have any updates available for either your phone or your app, continue to step two.
The next step is to uninstall and reinstall the Spotify application on your iPhone. To do this:
1) Hold down on the Spotify icon until all of your apps begin shaking;
2) Tap the ‘x’ in the corner;
3) Reinstall from App Store.
After reinstalling, try opening up Spotify again – it should now be working properly! If not, we recommend checking if there are any Wi-Fi/internet connection issues by trying out other streaming services (such as YouTube). If this doesn’t work then unfortunately you may need more help from Apple Support Services or from within the official Apple Community forums.
In conclusion, if Spotify is crashing on your iPhone there are a few steps you can take to fix it such as checking for updates and uninstalling/reinstalling it from App Store. If these don’t work out then try checking for Wi-Fi/internet connection issues and look into getting support from Apple directly.
Why Is Spotify Crashing On My iPhone?
The most common reason why a user’s Spotify application may crash on their iPhone is due to outdated software (either in their phone or in their application). It can also be caused by Wi-Fi/internet connection issues which can be solved by testing out other streaming services like YouTube. If these solutions don’t work out then users may need more help from Apple Support Services or from within official Apple Community forums.