Google says that all users should update Android System WebView and Google Chrome via the Google Play.
To do this, navigate to the Play Store app, search for Android System WebView, then tap update. This should solve your app-crashing woes.
Samsung has also revealed its own advice with the company tweeting numerous users with its own fix.
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If the above steps don’t stop your Android apps from crashing, you might need to follow these extra steps
Although this is good advice it seems it’s not working for all Samsung fans.
Numerous posts on Twitter reveal Galaxy fans still having issues with one saying: “Samsung team my apps keep crashing since yesterday and the Android system WebView is disable already on my phone can’t remove it or do anything.what to do ??????”
Whilst another added: “Please help! Google apps keep crashing on Samsung galaxy s8. I am unable to install Android system webview app.”
In a statement sent to Express.co.uk, a Google spokesperson said: “We have resolved the issue with WebView that caused some apps on Android to crash for some users. Updating Android System WebView and Google Chrome via Google Play should now resolve the issue.”