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No you don't. You use the Messages app to send SMS/MMS to your Android friends.The Messages app sends iMessages, SMS & MMSUnless they have downloaded the iMessagesforAndroid app. And created an AppleID to use with it.
Sorry.I forgot the completely obviously required /s. /s
No.Your response seemed to indicate Fitbit app was proprietary and some/all others weren’t.Then according your definition above, Fitbit app is NOT proprietary because there are plenty of ways to get Fitbit data out of the app.Fitbit has created and support developer APIs to do just that! and they have done it pretty much from the beginning. That’s show Sync Solver gets Fitbit data to the Health app.
Which iOS apps from anyone are not proprietary?
The thieves had no idea what was in the truck.It was later recovered with nothing missing except for the driver’s iPhone in the glovebox...
So how do you download the GPS track? Is it only viewable in the Fitbit app/website? Is it a standard .gpx file? What info is available with the track? Heart rate, pace, time?
Some guy did some stuff a long time ago with some other people and now works for somebody else that does stuff.
You delete files to search your computer?How does that work exactly?
Then you are being sarcastic when you write, "at least Apple actually has meaningful privacy settings”?
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