Newsletter March 26, 2021

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Tinder partnered recently with EarlyWell to send users COVID-19 tests to feel safer when meeting with matches.

Now you can reduce risks when online dating.

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Newsletter - Band of Coders

This app can give you interactive conversations and recommendations when feeling anxious.

My Life Kit, the new feature added to the Breethe App, provides personalized, immediate symptom-relief tools as well as long-term support.

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Android apps started crashing after a bug was found on a previous version of the system that allows apps to display web content.

Uninstalling the WebView update was a temporary solution to stop the apps from failing.

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Facebook is working to address the needs of underserved communities.

The company has been testing a new app called Re-Entry, focused on closing the gaps for people who are transitioning from prison back to society.

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From our perspective:

Newsletter - Band of Coders

Being part of a movement in our community not only inspires us to spread positive energy that can uplift our environment, it also can equip us with the skill set to make a mark on this world. By being positive influencers in our own communities, we can become the change that we wish to see in the world. Community building is one the most rewarding things we can do.

Here at Band of Coders we view community building as a personal duty to better the communities in which we live in, and our industry as a whole...

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