Google's iOS Authenticator Update Nuked User Data Before Being Pulled

By Robert Sorokanich on at

Google's updated Authenticator app for iPhone rolled out last night, bringing new retina graphics for iPhone 5 users. Unfortunately, it also brought a nasty little glitch that wiped out user account info, leading Google to pull it from the App Store.
Apparently, users who installed the new update found all the services they'd connected to the two factor authentication app disconnected, forcing them to start from scratch setting up account info. Google says it's working on a new version that won't spit out all your data. [9to5Mac]