Google has fixed a problem with the Android System WebView. Gmail, Google Chrome and other Google apps were crashing due to this problem. According to a report, users started noticing the problem of apps crashing on Monday afternoon and after receiving complaints, Google advised users to switch to Gmail’s desktop client. The search giant acknowledged the issue on its Google Workspace Status Dashboard and began sharing all information related to the problem on a regular basis. The company fixed this problem at noon today (March 23).

A problem with the Android System WebView caused some other Google apps to crash, including Gmail and Google Chrome. Android System Webview is a system component based on Chrome, which helps Android apps to display web content. The Verge’s Report As of now, the problem with the apps crashing began on the afternoon of Monday, March 22, and occurred on the Google Workspace Status Dashboard. accordingthe company acknowledged the problem at 4:35 a.m. on March 23.

The company admitted that users are experiencing the problem in Gmail as well. Google wrote (translated) “We will inform the time of the fix for this problem by 3/23/21, 5:35 am.”

After this, users were advised to use Gmail on desktop until the problem was fixed. As of 11:48 am, Google has resolved the issue with the Android system webview and 89.0.4389.105 Update Version released. Along with this, an update was also released for Google Chrome. If you are also facing this kind of problem, then you will need to update Android System WebView and Google Chrome from Google Play Store.

When service was down, Samsung support Tweet Did that removing the latest update of WebView would solve the problem. The company also shared how to do this. From the responses of many users, it seems that doing this also solved their problem.

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