A Facebook error is causing widespread shock in a stripe of iOS applications. The shocks were informed for Spotify, Bumble, Mario Kart Tour, Mobile Pub, Tinder, VENMO and others.
The problem is not caused by the Facebook application, for SE, but rather the features of Facebook integrated in the affected applications, such as access to your Facebook account or using similar functions and sharing.
The error only concerns the iOS versions of these applications. So far, no accidents have been reported to Android.
A Facebook representative stated to the Business Insider that the company examined the issue following the wave of the report on accidents on Friday morning. It seems that a solution has been found, since some of these applications are working again, although some applications may not have the fast solution like the others.
You can try to avoid error when accessing a different account, without Facebook whenever possible. This will not be a feasible solution for each application, obviously, in which case you have to enlist the help of a privacy-focused VPN. According to The Verge, an application as a block can prevent shocks from, since it blocks the Facebook SDK of the load in iOS, period. Lockdown is free and opensource, although it will require you to install and configure a VPN (which is the application that its magic works).
If you do not want to use an additional application and session, without Facebook is not an option, you need to wait for Facebook and / or interested applications to resolve the problem in your end before you can log in with your accounts as usual.
This is the second instance of generalized iOS application failures caused by Facebook from May, so we suggest not to register for new applications with your Facebook account, in case it happens again. Although these shocks never happen again, it is best to ever access Third-Party applications using Facebook, Twitter, Google or other accounts. Of course, the use of a single login is more convenient, but with separate accounts it is better for privacy. You can always use a Password Manager to keep your credentials securely stored for your quick directions.