last edited by Cliff Rogers
I didn’t read all of it 'cos it is too many words & sounds like scare mongering…
- Chrome will work better on some sites, particularly secure sites like banks, than what Safari does. End of story, no further arguments, it just does.
- If you close the app instead of leaving it running in the background, it won’t track you & yer battery will last much longer. Always close apps you aren’t using.
- If you have a Goolge account you are more track-able if the account has all you details but if that account is kinda screwy ambiguous & you change the privacy in settings then for all it is worth it has NFI who the pluck it is tracking.
Did I mention how Safari has problems working with some sites, particularly banks?
I’m not anti Apple, we have an iMac, 2 iPads, & 2 iPhones.
The iMac was a mistake & won’t happen again in a hurry, unless I wanted to get into home recording music digitally, then I’d get one with Thunderbolt.
The iPads are handy for portability, travel, reading in bed, & I have all my music charts on mine for when I play uke/guitar/bass.
The iPhones (5c & SE) (both cost less than $370) work better in remote areas than any of Telstra’s Blue Tick Androids in the same price range & I can buy parts for them off eBay & fix them myself. (Screens, speakers, batteries, home buttons ETC)
However, I have just found that Chrome works better than Safari full stop.
We also have 4 Win 10 computers.
The one I use most is a Win 10 PC & 99% of the time I use FF with a stack of adblocking anti tracking plugins, sometimes I have to switch to Chrome 'cos the plugins in FF stop some things, the most annoying is Meteye on the BOM site.
I don’t understand some dyed-in-the-wool Apple users who hate all things not Apple.