To reduce the "memory footprint" or residual cache, the app is designed to "Auto-Refresh" which may reset to the top of the homepage.

The conditions under which this may happen include:

  • "Backgrounding" the app for ¬†approximately minutes.
  • If a "memory warning" alert from the operating system occurs.
  • When global text-size changes are applied by the user.
  • When a "pull-to-refresh" action is implemented (if supported by the app and OS).
The app is constantly being improved, and memory-management tweaks represent frequent improvements. However, this issue is more common in older, slower devices, and those with lower available processing memory.

A handy workaround is to "force-close" apps that are not currently in use instead of keeping them semi-active in the background.