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The application crashes everytime I use the "nearby" button. Running on iPhone 4 with latest software.

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This problem doesn't happen for me, your RAM is probably just low. To clear your RAM:

  1. Double tap the home button.
  2. Your task bar tray should come up, hold your finger over one of the icons until they shake.
  3. Click the "X" by every app.
  4. Your RAM is now freed up, try to open the app and try again
Just FYI you should do this on a regular occasion, especially if you experience multiple app crashes.

Posted on Apr 01, 2011

  • jeff_woody Apr 01, 2011

    Thanks for the information but this didn't fix the issue, still crashes when I use the "nearby" button.

  • Ocracoke Apr 10, 2011

    Not sure if you need to hand manage your ram via of deleting apps on the task tray. Does seem to help some apps by deleting the one you have running and you have problems with, example one that is frozen on the same page every time you run it.

    Urbanspoon is just a piece of ****. I have never been able to keep it running for more than five minutes. It crashes over and over just doing nothing but reading a page. They seen, overly slow of updating it, so do what I do, delete it from the device and use a browser. This is the IPad HD version.

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