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Which app uses a solid white heart in the notification bar?

Discussion in 'Android Carriers' started by Curious071, May 24, 2020.

  1. Curious071

    Curious071 Lurker
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    Hi does anyone know what app uses the solid white heart in the notification bar?
    My partner sent me a screenshot and i saw it in the notification bar.
    Its not the 'we heart it' app as i checked and the heart shape is different
     

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  2. tommo47

    tommo47 On Yer Bike, In Yer Chair
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    Hi @Curious071, welcome to Android Forums :).

    Wouldn't it be much quicker and effective if you asked your husband which app it is?

    :thinking::)
     
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  3. Curious071

    Curious071 Lurker
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    I did ask him.
    He said it was notifications he's getting on his phone when he's watching free movies on a website called m4free.fun.movies as he has to press allow to watch the movies..
    But you certainly wouldn't get notification in your notification bar if you don't have an app would you?
     
  4. ocnbrze

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

    websites can send you notifications and alerts if you allow them to. they will usually ask if you would like to receive these notifications or not when you first enter the site as a popup.

    it is why when asking what a specific icon is, it is really hard for us to answer. if you factor in that there are millions upon millions of apps where most of them have a notification icon AND then you add these website notifications.....it really makes it hard to recognize what icon goes with what.

    the true way to know is to look into the phone's notifications to determine what it is.
     
    #4 ocnbrze, May 24, 2020
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  5. tommo47

    tommo47 On Yer Bike, In Yer Chair
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    It is possible for websites to send notifications to Android devices.

    "Push notifications on your phone or tablet are no longer the domain of native apps. With Chrome version 42, Google added the ability for websites to send notifications to an Android phone. Don't get too upset if you're already getting inundated with interruptions from apps all day long.20 Apr 2015"

    Source: Google search.
     
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  6. Hadron

    Hadron Smoke me a kipper...
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    One more reason I don't use Chrome.
     
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