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A new Google Play Store bug results in images and icons failing to load.

The Google Play Store is the app retailer of alternative for many Android customers, providing hundreds of thousands of apps. But it looks as if customers may need some hassle figuring out these apps because of a wierd Google Play Store bug.

People are reporting that app photos and icons have gone lacking on the storefront, with dozens of customers noting the difficulty on the Google Play Help discussion board and a number of other noting it on reddit.

Some customers add that the issue persists even after clearing the app cache, deleting the app information, and restarting the cellphone.

Oddly sufficient, it looks as if the difficulty predominantly impacts South African customers. In saying so, I’m based mostly in South Africa and the Play Store works superb on a number of gadgets through Wi-Fi and cell community. Furthermore, Android Authority crew members within the likes of Germany and India aren’t seeing any points both.

This suggests the Google Play Store bug is a regional concern moderately than a worldwide downside, nevertheless it’s nonetheless irksome for affected customers. Are you affected by this downside? Please give us the small print within the feedback part beneath (i.e. machine mannequin and nation of residence).

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