Issue #13 β€’ Switching to iPhone from Android
Issue #13 β€’ Switching to iPhone from Android

Issue #13 β€’ Switching to iPhone from Android

πŸ“° The Self-Hosting Blog β€’ Issue #13

Happy Monday! Here's your weekly dose of self-hosting goodies!

It's been quite a slow week in the self-hosting world, so I don't have that much for you. However, have you checked out our previous posts? They're all available here.

There's a post down in our 'top posts' section which talks about the pro's and con's of switching to iPhone from Android. I had a similar experience a couple of years ago which I wrote about here.

Have a great week!


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