Minecraft Pocket Edition 0.9.5 released this week on iOS and Android in what was hoped to be the final update before 0.10, although this wasn’t to be for Android device owners after some more bugs were found in a short space of time. The official Mojang blog said you could call this a Minecraft PE 0.9.5.2 update for Android, which will fixes crashing, freezing, and some apparent “corruption” in the virtual world.
Google play reveals the update date of “25 July 2014”, for Minecraft’s Pocket Edition, and thanks to many versions on Android devices the version number isn’t included on the play store. Mojang said on their blog that you can call this update 0.9.5b, 0.9.5.2, or “whatever” you like but it fixes some “locking” problems.
There’s a few other issues fixed for Android users, but these weren’t named in the release notes or on the official blog. We’ve also been informed that nothing should change for Amazon and iOS users, so if you’re running the game on iPad let us know how the app is performing for you?
One Product Reviews reader mentioned that “0.9.5 doesn’t work with 0.9.4 multiplayer”, although they didn’t explain if this was on Android or iOS. If they were talking about Android, then there’s a chance this is one of the other problems Mojang fixed with Minecraft PE update 0.9.5b. Share a comment below if you’re experiencing any issues since the latest updates.