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Idk if it still does but it used to when I still had my android >.> And then others seem to be introduced way later for Android. Idk which functions they were because it's been a few years. I know the video chat and story function were out for iOS like 6 months before it was available on androids though. Also... idk if it's just hidden more on android, but download customization per group and chat. So you can have 1 chat download everting without wifi whereas one is only able to download images and such on wifi.

ohh I see xD I don't use any of these features anyways. I just use it for chatting, and then mainly chatting in terms of "when and where will we meet", or with my boyfriend to let him know when I'm coming home and such

I mainly use Firefox because I have all my bookmarks and such set there, and they are synched over all my devices (except my phone since I use safari on that one)
 

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I installed firefox on phone because of synced bookmarks but barely use it as I prefer safari over firefox on phone, for some reason. Maybe because I'm used to it?

 

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I tried Firefox on the iPhone but some functions like saving passwords just didn't work as well on iOS, so I switched back to safari
 

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Ahhh. That sucks. D:
 

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I prefer Android, my Samsung Galaxy has ALWAYS been ahead of the game compared to the iOS.... While iOS takes years longer to perfect different projects, Galaxy has already come out with them and they are old news to us.

Scanning Iris' to open the phone.... a year before iOS..... Fingerprints..... at LEAST a year, possibly two years before.... right now Galaxy is working on a foldable phone, AND their next phone will come fully capable for a blind person to use it. They have always been more friendly to those with disablilites. I am partially deaf, and my daughter has an iPhone, and she has issues hearing me, and with the service in our area, where as my Galaxy has very rarely failed me.

Also, she has dropped her phone 3 times, and both the front and the back are shattered.... My Galaxy has dropped, and my horse, and sheep have literally stomped all over mine, with no protective cover on it, and my phone doesn't even have a scratch or a nick anywhere on it.
 

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Tell me, what side are you on? iOS or Android?
I'm a strong, avid iOS fan.
What sort of good things can Android do that iOS can't? What about the reverse?
Android does have cooler features, and I have to admit, they drop the cooler features faster. They usually come up with the ideas faster than Apple. Apple has better camera quality (Android is catching up ngl), the apps work better on iOS, and Apple has a better filtered app store (a pro and a con all in one).
What are some of your favorite platforms or apps? Do they work better on one OS than the other?
I love Snapchat, Instagram, and Wattpad (not really social media, more of a reading community, but okay) a lot, and they all work better on iOS, especially Snapchat and Instagram.
Have you ever had the chance to use the opposite platform? Did you like it? Why or why not?
Yes, I had to get an Android after my phone was stolen/lost at a family party. I had it for a couple months and my biggest pet peeve was typing. It was hard and I couldn't type very fast on it.
Do you think that the mobile phone's carrier has anything to do with the phone's functional quality? Why or why not?
Honestly it depends. Having good connection is vital for any phone to have good quality, so I suppose that would have to be true.
 

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Tell me, what side are you on? iOS or Android?



I have an Android phone (Pixel 4xl) as my personal and an iPhone as my work phone. I prefer, android. Android is way more customizable than iPhones are and they tend to come out with features before iPhone does. I also believe that has to do with the fact that so many company's make android phones while only one company makes iPhones. So there is more competition between Android phones to where they need to be better.

I will say...Apple makes amazing computers. I've had the same Macbook Pro for almost 10 years now! While my windows computer I've gone through a couple.

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I love love love, themes. I love that android phones come with a themes app so you can customize your icons, backgrounds, colors, fonts the way you want. iPhone has been very adamant on we have this look since the first iPhone, why need to change it and that's good for those that aren't too tech savvy. iPhone is very come out the box and go.

As for other apps, most apps you can get on both, they may not always come out at the same time, but eventually app store or google play will have it.

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Have you ever had the chance to use the opposite platform? Did you like it? Why or why not?



As mentioned previously, I have both due to work and personal phone. I used to have the very first iphone when it came out, i switched over to AT&T and everything, because back then you could only have an iPhone with AT&T, but i hated the service and i got tired of the phone pretty quickly so switched back to android after about a year. I did go back to iphone a few years later, because they had the colorful ones (5C). But, honestly the os was the exact same as it was on the original one I had. It's as if they changed the look of the iPhone but everything else was the same, with minor upgrades to like camera. So when my upgrade came I switched back to android for my personal phone and stayed there ever since.

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Do you think that the mobile phone's carrier has anything to do with the phone's functional quality? Why or why not?



I would say functionality based on carrier is mostly for speed but the fact that majority of us use the phone on wifi at home or most places, I don't see any functional issues with it. Depending on carrier if you're out in the boonies ANY phone regardless is going to be garbage if that carrier doesn't have towers in that location.

 

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- Tell me, what side are you on? iOS or Android?
I have had an iPhone (a couple different models) for the last 6 or so years, but I don't think that either one is better. It just comes down to personal preference and I like that iPhones are consistent, but within Android there are several different brands and styles.

- What sort of good things can Android do that iOS can't? What about the reverse?
My boyfriend has an Android so I can compare easily and the only difference I really notice is how the phone is laid out. All of the iOS apps are on the main screens, but Android has a menu for apps that's separate from the main screen. I know you can delete any app you want on iOS now, but I think that Android is still behind the times on that and you are stuck with the pre-installed ones.

- What are some of your favorite platforms or apps? Do they work better on one OS than the other?
I usually just use my phone for texting, the internet, and playing games, so I don't think it would matter.

- Have you ever had the chance to use the opposite platform? Did you like it? Why or why not?
I have used iOS, Android, and Microsoft (which I don't think is a thing anymore). Windows was actually my favorite because it was extremely customizable and they were the first ones to allow you to delete any app that came pre-installed. The problem was that they didn't support a lot of the major apps, so I switched back and they died because of that problem.

- Do you think that the mobile phone's carrier has anything to do with the phone's functional quality? Why or why not?
I don't think it has anything to do with the main parts of the phone, but it can change some of the apps (like music, for example). I have found that when comparing my phone to people on other networks there doesn't seem to be a difference.
 

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- Tell me, what side are you on? iOS or Android?
Android, vaguely. If only because you don't have to buy into the Evil Capitalist Scheme in quite the same way.

- What sort of good things can Android do that iOS can't? What about the reverse?
I don't really know. I'm not a big tech geek.

- What are some of your favorite platforms or apps? Do they work better on one OS than the other?
I don't use many apps. I do like snapchat, but I have no idea if it works better on iOs since I've only used android.

- Have you ever had the chance to use the opposite platform? Did you like it? Why or why not?
Nope. And I never intend to. Apple is designed to drain as much money out of you as it can, as quickly as it can. That's objectively true for almost all businesses, but it's scarily obvious with Apple.

- Do you think that the mobile phone's carrier has anything to do with the phone's functional quality? Why or why not?
They say so. But my phones have always been perfectly good quality wise, as far as I can see.
 

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- Tell me, what side are you on? iOS or Android?
I'm an iOS user; have an iPhone and have had an iPhone since the 4 came out on Verizon in 2010? However, I'm not particularly biased in that I think iOS is particularly better than Android. I just have an iPhone because that's what I've had for years and it's easy for me to stay on the same platform. I originally was going to get an Android, back when iPhones were locked to AT&T, but ended up getting an iPhone once it became available on other carriers. I believe they both work great and have their pros and cons and it generally comes down to personal preference.

- What sort of good things can Android do that iOS can't? What about the reverse?
I guess Android is more customizable, but iOS is more user-friendly and consistent with its UI. Honestly, they're both basically super computers in your pocket and highly advanced pieces of tech. Aside from some small aesthetic differences here and there, they perform the same functions.

- What are some of your favorite platforms or apps? Do they work better on one OS than the other?
I use a ton of apps, but I have no idea if they run better on iOS or Android since I don't own an Android. Some of my favorite apps are reddit, Discord, and Youtube, all which run seamlessly on iOS.

- Have you ever had the chance to use the opposite platform? Did you like it? Why or why not?
My husband has an Android and I've messed around with it a bit, but not extensively. Also. he's never kept up with the latest phones or anything (his most recent Android was from at least 5 years ago), so it's hard to say. I think it was a fine experience, though I'm not a fan of the fact that every Android phone is different in some way and they all have their own proprietary UI. The inconsistency is disorienting when you go from one Android to another.

- Do you think that the mobile phone's carrier has anything to do with the phone's functional quality? Why or why not?
Not really, aside from the actual quality of the LTE/internet provided through the carrier.
 

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- Tell me, what side are you on? iOS or Android?
ios all the way! i have all apple products and I love how they work together and how user friendly they are. I have tried android others have and I can't figure it out!
- What sort of good things can Android do that iOS can't? What about the reverse?

I wish ios had the expandable battery like android, but ios has a lot of nice features like the streamine layourt!
- What are some of your favorite platforms or apps? Do they work better on one OS than the other?
Honestly, every app i've tried to use I've seen existing on both systems. While I can't speak babout how well, it seems to be pretty comparable.
- Have you ever had the chance to use the opposite platform? Did you like it? Why or why not?
I did. I am the tech person in my family for some reason, even though I know nothing about android. It seems non-inutitive,. and i did not like it.
- Do you think that the mobile phone's carrier has anything to do with the phone's functional quality? Why or why not?

Absolutely! I think some of the issues that arise come from carriers, speaking from experience.
 

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February 1st 2020

Written by EliteKilljoy


From roses and candy hearts to Cupid and doves, love is in the air this month on HEX! It's finally February, which means that Valentine's Day is just around the corner. With love all around us this month, you're bound to see at least one social media post about somebody's Valentine's date or maybe just a lovey-dovey post about their partner.

Some people are ecstatic when others make posts about their partners because it makes them happy to see somebody that they're friends with in a loving relationship. Other people hate seeing affectionate posts online due to a belief that romantic affection should be kept private or for other personal reasons. I have also heard people argue that posting about one's romantic partner online in a loving way is the same thing as posting about appreciation for a platonic friend, so they see no issue with it.

With all of the conflicting viewpoints on whether or not affection should be confined to people's private lives, I want to hear all of your takes on it! This is something that I personally have struggled with over the years (on both sides of the coin), so I'm curious to hear other opinions.

- Do you like to see when people post about their significant others? Why or why not?
- Do you feel the same way when non-romantic affection is shared online? How does romantic and non-romantic PDA (public displays of affection) differ in your eyes?
- Do you think that lovey-dovey posts should be kept to Valentine's Day, anniversaries, and other important dates? Or do you think that love can and should be shared year round?
- If you are in a relationship, do you like to post on social media about your partner during Valentine's Day, or do you prefer to keep your relationship more private? Why?


These questions are meant to get your minds pondering the topic; they are not meant to limit you. Make sure to keep checking this post - we will add a new topic for discussion twice a month!
 

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- Do you like to see when people post about their significant others? Why or why not?
It doesn't bother me when others post about their significant others. It's nice to see others happy. It only gets annoying when it's a constant thing and they talk about NOTHING else ever.

- Do you feel the same way when non-romantic affection is shared online? How does romantic and non-romantic PDA (public displays of affection) differ in your eyes?
Again - I see nothing wrong with telling ANYONE that you care about them. Family/Friends/SO - doesn't matter. I know it makes me smile when I see a post from my siblings or from friends saying "love you" or "miss you" or whatever.

- Do you think that lovey-dovey posts should be kept to Valentine's Day, anniversaries, and other important dates? Or do you think that love can and should be shared year round?
Why should it be limited? I don't love my husband for only 1 day a year or just on special occasions. Why should I be limted to only those days to post about it?

- If you are in a relationship, do you like to post on social media about your partner during Valentine's Day, or do you prefer to keep your relationship more private? Why?

My hubby is no longer on social media. He closed his FB account many years ago. However, I will still occasionally make a post directed at him and then I will show him. It isn't limited to just Valentine's.

The one thing I should mention is that Valentine's Day is not that big a deal to either one of us. We will exchange cards or something - but we don't make a big deal out of it. Didn't when we were dating as well. I always say that we tell one another and more importantly SHOW one another all year long that we love each other. Don't need a specific day to do that. For the record - this year - we wil celebrate 30 years of marriage (together for 34)
 

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- Do you like to see when people post about their significant others? Why or why not?
I really don't mind. They are welcome to do it, for as much as they would like to. If I get annoyed by it, I can simply ignore it.

- Do you feel the same way when non-romantic affection is shared online? How does romantic and non-romantic PDA (public displays of affection) differ in your eyes?
I have personally never experienced any public displays of romantic affection online in terms of that my boyfriend and I are exchanging things online. We live together and almost exclusively talk irl. The rare instances where we write with each other is when we decide what we should have for lunch / dinner or to coordinate when we will get home. In terms of non-romantic affection, that has been something I've been struggling with, especially here on this site. It took me some getting used to to receive hugs, I love you's, and hearts from people that I have never met in my entire life. But it started to grow on me, and I'm now as guilty of doing it as everyone else here

- Do you think that lovey-dovey posts should be kept to Valentine's Day, anniversaries, and other important dates? Or do you think that love can and should be shared year round?
Valentine's day is just another day, and sharing / displaying your affection and love should never be only contained to one day in the year. That would be a really sad life, indeed, if you could only show your affection once per year. And it would also not really speak for a healthy relationship, imo.

- If you are in a relationship, do you like to post on social media about your partner during Valentine's Day, or do you prefer to keep your relationship more private? Why?
I personally prefer to keep my relationship more private. I do talk about my boyfriend every now and then. But certainly not constantly. Just whenever it fits into the conversation. He is after all a huge part of my everyday life, so it would be odd to not talk about him. We both don't really celebrate Valentine's day, though, so for us that day is just like any other day.
 

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- Do you like to see when people post about their significant others?

I am fine with people posting about their significant others most of the time. There are times that I am uncomfortable with the sharing if it is a type of subject that most people wouldn't discuss in loud voices in a public setting like a restaurant when out with friends. Mind you, I've heard some plenty weird conversations from tables next to me in restaurants

Why or why not?

I like knowing more about people. It makes them more human and makes it easier to see them as friends. It also is a good way to step back and see your own related experiences. It's a bit selfish but it makes me feel less alone. Since I'm a fairly average person, I find that other people usually have had a similar situation (good or bad). That becomes a connection. Roots. Connections. Feelings of community and a support system. Besides, people are interesting and conversations about one topic can lead to another. I enjoy a good conversation

As to the negative, this is not a place to air dirty laundry and denigrate other people. If you need to vent or simply talk out more private issues, use private messenger to talk to select close online friends.

- Do you feel the same way when non-romantic affection is shared online?
Again, most of the time it's fine. I love insights into people's likes and dislikes and absolutely adore (usually) seeing enthusiasm about most any subject/person even if I don't share that view. The exception: if the person/subject is someone I highly object to myself or if the language used is too vulgar.

How does romantic and non-romantic PDA (public displays of affection) differ in your eyes?
Again, it's a matter of degree. When sports, religion, or political figures are spoken of in too fanatical a state (mostly the latter two) … I stop reading the posts and may even avoid that person altogether. Fanaticism to the point of hate and the wish to hurt is, to me, a form of mental illness. Most sports fanatics are only fanatical to a point though. Most of that is done in fun and with humor.

- Do you think that lovey-dovey posts should be kept to Valentine's Day, anniversaries, and other important dates?
You are going to be tired of my answers: it depends on the delivery, language, and content.

Or do you think that love can and should be shared year round?
Yes. Affection and care and friendship and all that stuff. Pass it around. Show it. It's a good balance to all the negativity that permeates the media nowadays. Knowing about bad news is necessary to a degree but feeling like that the negative is all that there is in the world is depressing and a lie.

- If you are in a relationship, do you like to post on social media about your partner during Valentine's Day, or do you prefer to keep your relationship more private?
Both. What is in social media will be fairly benign. Something that I wouldn't mind an elementary school child to see.

Why?
What is in the world wide web is there forever. I realize that I talk a lot and release a lot of information but there's a lot of stuff that I will also keep private until death … not because it's dangerous but because it's my private information.
 

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- Do you like to see when people post about their significant others? Why or why not?
I think it is lovely as long as it is not physically explicit, that I think is crossing a line into taking things way to far. Seeing Healthy loving relationships is a healthy thing, we here so much about the unhealthy kind in the news (stalkers, crimes against spouses child abuse) I think it helps to see that is not the norm and that a healthy loving relationship is possible

- Do you feel the same way when non-romantic affection is shared online? How does romantic and non-romantic PDA (public displays of affection) differ in your eyes?
Well non romantic don't tend to take it to extremes, I have seen some pretty raunchy scenes between couples in public that are more then just uncomfortable to view but down right embarrassing . I don't mind passionate kissing as long as their hands are not in inappropriate places. I love seeing couples holding hands or walking arm in arm

- Do you think that lovey-dovey posts should be kept to Valentine's Day, anniversaries, and other important dates? Or do you think that love can and should be shared year round?
Year round why would anyone want to limit love to one or two days a year ?

- If you are in a relationship, do you like to post on social media about your partner during Valentine's Day, or do you prefer to keep your relationship more private? Why?
We are private people neither of us are very overt we hold hands and he puts his arm around me in public and I will lay my head on his shoulder at the movies but that's about it for us. I think the only time we have ever kissed in public was after being apart for a couple of weeks and it wasn't a huge passionate kiss that's just not us we wait tell we are alone for that it is something that is very personal to us.
 

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Do you like to see when people post about their significant others? Why or why not?

It doesn't matter much to me, unless it's like constant and shoved down your throat in an annoying way. But a post every now and then about them doing something sweet is not too bad.
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Do you feel the same way when non-romantic affection is shared online? How does romantic and non-romantic PDA (public displays of affection) differ in your eyes?

Again, I think seeing anything constantly and shoved down your throat is bound to get old after a while, but if it's done in a sweet and classy way, there's nothing wrong with it.
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Do you think that lovey-dovey posts should be kept to Valentine's Day, anniversaries, and other important dates? Or do you think that love can and should be shared year round?

Of course love can be shared year round. But if it's an everyday thing, it does feel a little less special than when you just post about them every once in a while.
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If you are in a relationship, do you like to post on social media about your partner during Valentine's Day, or do you prefer to keep your relationship more private? Why?

I don't even like Valentine's Day and have never celebrated it, so no I never do. Mostly because I don't care much about posting on Social Media anymore anyway.
 

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+ Do you like to see when people post about their significant others? Why or why not?
I'm not bothered by it in the slightest. Maybe it gets slightly too much if it's all they ever talk about obsessively but I find it pretty easy to just scroll past things I'm not interested in reading. I also don't see it as being hugely different to showing affection for a platonic friend. I love to see people be happy and show admiration for people they love, I think it's a good and healthy thing – in fact at times I've felt jealous that no one does that for me. So I'm fine with people wearing their heart on their sleeve in that way.

+ Do you feel the same way when non-romantic affection is shared online? How does romantic and non-romantic PDA (public displays of affection) differ in your eyes?
Yeah I feel the same way about it, in fact it makes me even more joyous to see people celebrating their friends or family or anyone they admire non-romantically. Again it's something I've experienced jealousy about. 😂 I really see no reason for people to be so angry and bitter about it. The only difference I see is that there are some explicit aspects of romantic relationships that should be kept private or at least not mentioned around strangers or children, but that's about it.

+ Do you think that lovey-dovey posts should be kept to Valentine's Day, anniversaries, and other important dates? Or do you think that love can and should be shared year round?
I think it's best when people do it year-round rather than only doing it for show on a designated commercial holiday. Love shouldn't just be shown a couple of days per year. It's so sweet when people make "lovey dovey" posts on random days throughout the year just to show how much their significant other or friend means to them; it feels far more authentic and genuine to me that way. Though I also know that a lot of people (myself included) struggle to show affection so I don't think only posting on days like Valentine's Day or anniversaries is an inherently bad thing.

Not in a relationship, but I really do like to show affection for the people in my life as much as I can. However I get nervous about it because I know so many people are really really bitter about it and complain that they don't like seeing people be affectionate to one another and I don't want to be a clingy nuisance to anyone either.
 

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Do you like to see when people post about their significant others? Why or why not?


I don't mind. It's nice to see when my friends are in happy healthy relationships. The only time I have minded was when one of my classmates would post pics of her and her SO but she'd post 5 photos in a row. Like, there is a multiple photo feature. Use it.

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Do you feel the same way when non-romantic affection is shared online? How does romantic and non-romantic PDA (public displays of affection) differ in your eyes?


Non-romantic affection to me is like when friends give each other love? Same thing, I say go for it! Spread the love! I guess romantic PDA can make things uncomfortable if they're being inappropriate with it and you know they're serious.

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Do you think that lovey-dovey posts should be kept to Valentine's Day, anniversaries, and other important dates? Or do you think that love can and should be shared year round?


Nah, spread the love all year round. ^_^ I don't think it's necessary to save it for certain dates.

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If you are in a relationship, do you like to post on social media about your partner during Valentine's Day, or do you prefer to keep your relationship more private? Why?


Sometimes I do, when I remember. I tend to like to keep my relationship more private but I'll share photos every now and then.
 

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- Do you like to see when people post about their significant others? Why or why not?
i don't really pay attention on it, everyone posts what they want and if i don't like it i can ignore it.. so that doesn't bother me
- Do you feel the same way when non-romantic affection is shared online? How does romantic and non-romantic PDA (public displays of affection) differ in your eyes?
i kinda like non romantic more.. because people can be uncomfortable with romantic ones.. which are not romantic to me but are to others
- Do you think that lovey-dovey posts should be kept to Valentine's Day, anniversaries, and other important dates? Or do you think that love can and should be shared year round?
i think that it can be shared trough all year.. i would rather look some cute ones trough all year than bunch of them on valentines day that are not cute at all
- If you are in a relationship, do you like to post on social media about your partner during Valentine's Day, or do you prefer to keep your relationship more private? Why?
i don't post it online because people here like to stalk and wants to know everything so i just don't post it because if i want somebody to know some things i tell them 😊
 

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