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  1. Paul Koskie

    Paul Koskie Lurker
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    What app or web site is this icon? A butterfly

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  2. Hadron

    Hadron Smoke me a kipper...
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    Loads of apps and sites. Go to the Play Store and search for "butterfly", and then consider that that will only find apps with butterfly in the name, and there will be many more which use a butterfly icon but don't have it in the name.

    If you can provide a screenshot then there's a remote chance that someone will recognise it, but as there are literally millions of apps in the Play Store the chances of someone who has that particular app seeing your post are not good (unless it's a common/well-known one, but I can't think of one of those that uses a butterfly icon).

    So to be honest your best chance is to ask the person on whose phone you saw it.
    #2 Hadron, Mar 29, 2021
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  3. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    a screen shot of it would help as @Hadron suggested.

    so we get this question almost every day. the problem is that most of these types of questions go unanswered. mainly because they are millions upon millions of apps available....each with their own icons. so unless it is an app like facebook or youtube, it might prove harder to find someone who will recognize it.....now first we need a picture of the icon because there probably is thousands of apps that will use some sort of butterfly as their icon.

    the easiest way is to look in the phone or device where this notification is at....but my spidey sense tells me that the phone is un-accessible because it belongs to someone else. you could just ask the person.....or not.

    anyways post a screenshot and your chances will improve in someone recognizing it.
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