Crash landing is one of those common problems on iOS that people don’t really think much about, until they actually find themselves in one.
When you go from the home screen of your iPhone to the home page of your app, the iPhone usually crashes, even if the app was launched with the same wallpaper or background.
In most cases, you won’t be able to see any of the app’s content or you won\’t see any icon on the home menu.
There are a few simple things you can do to fix this, though, including the use of an app called Lucky Land.
Lucky Land works by making a GIF of the screen when the app crashes, then loading it into an image format that can then be saved as a GIF.
Once you’ve loaded the GIF, you can then open it in an image viewer and enjoy the GIF at full size.
To use Lucky Land, simply click the Lucky Land icon and select a GIF file from your computer.
You can save the GIFs as an image or use the built-in iOS Photo Library.
You can then load them in the app and enjoy them at full screen.
When the crash landing happens, the GIF can be saved in the file format you chose, and you can use the icon in the top right corner to access the file’s file list.
The Lucky Land app is free and available for download in the Apple App Store.
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