No issues on my Android when I use Chrome or the Galaxy browser. However; I did notice a lot more ad's at the bottom.
I think this may be more of an Apple IPhone/Ipad issue. I would try clearing the cache on Safari on a mobile device and on a mac/computer.
If you have an alternate browser try to see if you can use the desktop version of it instead of using Safari.
Safari doesn't have an option built-in for displaying the desktop version of a website. Since Apple doesn't support the software used by computers to display a website, its native browser on the iPhone displays an alternate, compatible website. Safari is designed to show the mobile versions so that all websites are displayed in the most functional, attractive way possible on your iPhone.
If you want to view a desktop version of a browser, use an app from iTunes. Alternate browsers send information indicating that they're operating on a normal computer, not a phone or tablet. The website responds by displaying the desktop version of the page on your iPhone. Once you've downloaded the app, adjust the settings so that desktop mode is enabled.
The browser interface is one major thing to consider when selecting an alternate browser. Look at the images displayed on the browser's listing on the App Store to see what the browser looks like. Browsers with a large toolbar may obscure your view of certain websites, while others may not offer buttons that you want to use. vBrowse, Mercury Browser and iCab Mobile can all toggle between desktop and mobile browser view on the iPhone.
Even with an alternate app, not every Web page will work as it would on a desktop computer. Not only does the iPhone have different software than a desktop computer, but it also has different inputs. Some of the inputs, graphics, videos and other aspects of the website might not work on the iPhone, no matter what app you use.
This article talks about force quitting the app, https://www.tomsguide.com/us/how-to-...view-5151.html