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Android privacy guide, using Chrome Canvas

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Android privacy guide, using Chrome Canvas
By Paolo Amoroso • Issue #27 • View online
Telegram is the messaging app Google should have made.
It’s well designed, fast, stable, and fun. It has a full Material Design user interface better than Google’s own Hangouts. And it comes with a good web client.
I started using Telegram when a group of friends staged a mutiny and left Hangouts overnight in frustration over its flaws and limitations. I had no choice but to follow my friends there. I got to know Telegram more, and it’s now one of my favorite and most used apps.
If you use Telegram a lot, the gesture list in this issue will help you improve your productivity with the app.
— Paolo

Guide to privacy on Android
Useful Telegram gestures and shortcuts
How to draw using Chrome Canvas
Google Password Manager, Google Keep
Getting started with Google Password Manager
The 3 different Google Keep apps
Android apps
Web apps
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