Yesterday after the Thanksgiving potluck, a buddy and I have been sharing our enthusiasm for Android with somebody who had not too long ago switched to the platform. The very first thing I all the time say in these conversations is Google Opinion Rewards, the app that offers you free Play Retailer credit in change for answering survey questions. As I used to be speaking by it, I pulled out my cellphone and opened the app to indicate my reward historical past (a shade underneath $90 from 2014).
Sadly, it seems that some Opinion Rewards customers have not too long ago misplaced the luxurious of doing so, due to a glitch that hundreds HTML code as an alternative of readable, formatted textual content and pictures inside the app. Customers going through the issue see pages of HTML code once they click on on a survey notification or once they go to the ‘Dwelling’ and ‘Reward Historical past’ screens of the app.
Left: Opinion rewards after consumer faucets on survey notification. Appropriate: ‘Reward Historical past’ display
Pages of code take some time to load and flicker. One consumer says that reinstalling the app didn’t remedy the issue.
In case you’re seeing this, attempt going to the ‘Assist & Suggestions’ display and sending Google an e-mail describing the issue, together with a screenshot and log. You too can ship an e-mail to email@example.com, the developer contact e-mail handle listed on the app’s Play Retailer web page.
UPDATE: 2017/11/25 at 12:41am PST BY
A few of you could have identified within the feedback that having Chrome Dev because the default WebView implementation (the Android element that renders internet pages in apps) causes the issue. Going into System Developer Choices and switching it again to Android’s built-in WebView appears to repair the bug.
UPDATE: 12/01/2017 at 9:47am PST BY
We’ve acquired a number of studies that the issue is now mounted. Be sure to’re on the most recent model of Chrome Dev (64.0.3281.0) or greater, and all the things ought to work.
Thanks: Rick, Chriso