Over the weekend, Niantic, creators of Pokémon Go, pushed out an update for the beloved app. It offers a host of changes, from fixing the much-maligned "three step glitch" to more cosmetic changes like the ability to edit your avatar. It should be simple enough.
Somehow, it wasn't that simple, though. In fact, a lot of people really hate the update to the point where they're deleting it and finding ways to take action against the game's creator. The Pokémon Go subreddit, once home to Pokémon Go war stories and loving Pokémon memes, has turned into a post-apocalyptic wasteland of dumpster fires and angry commenters.
Here's a look at how people are taking the update of an app for their phone.