Some period tracking apps will share your data. Stay safe, use one from @fdroidorg without Internet permission.
Possible options are:
All of these apps don't ask for internet permission and thus can't share your data. Drip goes the extra mile and explicitly opts out of Android's backup framework so your data won't be backed up on Google servers.
Please boost for those who need it!
Hi there, fellow fediversers!
The following message is related more to mastodon-based service users. We all know that "public" and "private" messages are looking confusingly undistiguishible in a timeline. (Or is it only me?)
That's why I've created a small pieces of injectible stylesheets to add eaither ✉ or ◍ icon for private or public messages respectively: https://gist.github.com/UT3UMS/bfb32f72bbc968e21e71f0b0c7810010
I've used https://github.com/openstyles/stylus for injecting the CSS, but it's definitly not the only option
that means that my rig working 😂
- HAM, but mostly listening or APRS
- Hackerspace runner
- Practical science or any kind on enginieering enjoyer
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