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Default Using Tapatalk, got "Unfortunately YouTube has stopped" errors

As the title say. I am not sure why this happened. Is this a Note 3 issue?
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It's been happening to me (and a few others) too. I know of someone else that has this same issue on their S4.
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It's been happening to me (and a few others) too. I know of someone else that has this same issue on their S4.
So it is Tapatalk problem. Any fix for this or is up to the developer at this point?
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This is getting ridiculous. Every reply and opening a thread resulted in this error.
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So it is Tapatalk problem. Any fix for this or is up to the developer at this point?
I've tried clearing cache/data on both apps but that didn't help. At one point I thought it was because I was using an older version of Tapatalk but someone else reported the same issue on the latest version. I think it might be up to the dev at this point.
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I've tried clearing cache/data on both apps but that didn't help. At one point I thought it was because I was using an older version of Tapatalk but someone else reported the same issue on the latest version. I think it might be up to the dev at this point.
Yeah, I was using the old version and most activity (open a notification, reply, etc) caused this dreaded error.

I think the dev have abandoned three old version and working towards the new one. Version 4 is laggy though and I hate the new notification page.
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