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It may be a bug with iOS 7, or related to performance issues with iOS 7 on the iPhone 4S. The only thing to really try is to do a full backup in iTunes; restore iOS 7 to the iPhone; then restore the backup. That may help... this is the equivalent of doing a "clean" install on a Mac and sometimes can clear up lingering buggy behavior from doing upgrade installs.

To do a backup, connect your iPhone to your computer; open iTunes; right-click on your iPhone in the panel on the left; select "Backup".

To do a restore, I recommend using the option that says "Restore iPhone", NOT the one that says "Restore Backup". This will ensure iOS is cleanly installed on your iPhone. When that much is done, it will then prompt you to either set this up as a new iPhone or restore from the latest backup. You can now restore from backup to get all your apps and preferences back on the iPhone.

If that doesn't work, then unfortunately there's little else to do but hope a future update to iOS addresses the problem. You may be better off looking for a 3rd party app that performs better.
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