Yes this latest update by Ibotta was the one for me that broke the camels back. In the past i would update & I would get the message upon updating about the IOS requirements to update & my Iphone 6 didn’t meet but it gave the option of downloading older version of app which of course I did. iIt got me by.so I was able to continue to use App.
I am so bummed because this is so addicting it’s like losing a best friend or better yet not getting your fix if I was a drug addict.Everyday I used the App & now its come to a screeching halt! 😞 Plus it was so ez to use the mobile app site & now I have to relearn & use the extension which looks like it’s no comparison. It’s hard to teach an old dog new tricks. & its inconvenient not foing directly from my mobile & Ibottta App. Publix grocer I don’t think is even on it and that is my absolute FAV grocer. Ugh! Please Help!
Well then us Iphone6 users were running on borrowed time because everything was going well for me with app til this very latest update.. Never-a problem running the app with a less than 13.0 IOS operating system.
I have the very same problem. I think IBOTTA should provide better tech support.
I have over $100 earnings on my account, which I cannot cash out, since I am not able to access the app.
I believe Ibotta should provide my earnings for free of charge, since they chose not to support any later IOS versions by they app.
I am happy to hear your idea, how can I get access to my earnings.
That's certainly one way to work around it, yeah. I'll pass along the feedback from those of you with iOS 12 or earlier.
For anyone that is unsure about which operating systems we support, the list is provided here:
Hello Deal Sharer,
Thanks for the hint. I downloaded the emulator. Downloaded the Ibotta app and tried to send my money to my paypal.
It asked me to verify my phone number and my ibotta password before I could link my paypal account.
And then everything went black blank screen....
It is strange, since I have my paypal account linked to ibotta before.
Any idea what may have happened?