We released Strip 1.6.1 to the iTunes App Store and then pulled it from the store a few hours later yesterday due to confirmed reports of a bug preventing our customers on iOS 5 from accessing their data after successfully signing into the application. It’s that bug scenario you always fear as a developer with the App Store—something that you simply must fix right away, but can’t due to the app review process. We have already submitted a fix to Apple as version 1.6.2 and requested expedited review due to the circumstances.
We pulled the update to make that sure no one else gets bitten, and as a result Strip is currently not showing up in the iTunes App Store. There’s unfortunately no way for us to rollback a version update once it’s on your device.
We know this is a horrible inconvenience, but our recommended option is to wait for the forthcoming App Store update because it is the safest and lowest-impact fix. However, if this is not an option there are two other potential courses of action:
We’re really very sorry about the problems this has caused – we are doing our best to get this fixed as soon as possible.