The issue is related to a system component called Android System WebView. Google released a buggy update to the component via the Play Store, which resulted in app crashes for many users. If you are facing the same issue on your Samsung Galaxy smartphone or tablet, you should try to check the Play Store and update the Android System WebView app (version 89.0.04389.105).
If you can’t spot the update, you can fix it by uninstalling the latest update to the Android System WebView. You can do that by taking the following steps on your device running One UI 3:
Navigate to Settings » AppsNow tap on the sort button (with a downward arrow on it), enable the Show system apps toggle, and then tap on OK.Now find Android System WebView and tap on it.Tap on the three dots on the top right corner of the screen.Now select Uninstall updates
If you are on a device running Android 9, you can do the following:
Navigate to Settings » AppsTap on the three dots on the top right corner of the screen.Now tap on Show system apps.Now find Android System WebView and tap on it.Now select Uninstall updates.
Alternatively, you can also try to uninstall the update to Android System WebView directly from the Play Store.