The trouble with this one (the one I suspect is a memory leak) is finding a reliable way to recreate it. It’s affecting a good few folks, so that’s positive, means there’s more data to collate. But I haven’t been able to discern if it’s related to the known trends performance issues (which should be getting fixed soon, if they weren’t in the most recent update), or if it’s something else. The addition of overview to labs correlates too, but doesn’t directly cause the issue (it happens even if it’s disabled).
I’ve found a reliable remedy for it, which is the reset session tip I’ve shared above. It’s worked for everyone who’s tried it. But I’m still prodding and guessing at what actually causes it. My best guess right now is it’s tied to your transactions, specifically new ones. So the more you use your card, the more transactions you make, the faster the symptoms of a memory leak start to present themselves. It’s still very much a guess though. If you let it get far enough without resetting session, the app will eventually crash, at which point if you’re on TestFlight you can submit a report.
It could just be some innocent completely unrelated innocent thing somewhere else in the app and I’m just zeroing in on the wrong correlations. But until I figure out what’s causing it, I’m not going to be able to determine a reliable way to reproduce the issue. One of the reasons I’ve been reluctant to start a thread for it, as for all I know it could have been tied to the crashing issue, or the trends issue, which are both known.
I don’t think it’s related to historic transactions. You’ve tried that. I’ve tried replicating it, so that was probably just a fluke correlation too. Next best guess would be it’s related to plus, as that seems to be a common thread, but it could just be that most of us on here are likely to be subscribed to plus or premium.
I do tend to be more bug prone than most. I don’t know if that’s just because of my field and I notice them more than most, or if it’s just through my tenacity to play with things until they break and then try to figure out how/why and recreate it. Or I’m just more sensitive to them. Thinking back to my crashing thread, one or two folks eventually did share it’s something they experience too but just dismissed it is a quirk, so that could certainly be at play too.
Monzo happen to have a community where I can come to report them too, which I generally do, because it’s something I use daily and is important enough to warrant it. With most other things, if I can fix it with basic troubleshooting I’ll just forget it about it. It’s apathy, and I suspect that’s how the vast majority of folks will tend to feel until it starts to become a plague.