Why are papers double spaced?
When a paper is single-spaced, there is very little white space between the typed lines, which means there is no room for marks or comments. This is precisely why teachers ask you to double space. The white space between the lines leaves room for editing marks and comments.
What are some iPhone hacks?
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What does Tapback mean?
It’s a feature that is so easy to use, it’s a travesty that more people aren’t aware of it. If you reply with a Tapback to someone using Android—in other words, if their messages have a green bubble instead of a blue bubble—that person will receive the Tapback as a text message.
Are iMessages free?
To send iMessages, you need a data plan, or you can send them over WiFi. If you use WiFi, there’s no cost, but if you use your cellphone’s data, it’s deducted from your data plan. Sending pictures or videos over iMessage can use a lot of data very quickly. iMessage is located in the default messages app on your iPhone.
Why are my iPhone messages green instead of blue?
If your iPhone messages are green, it means that they’re being sent as SMS text messages rather than as iMessages, which appear in blue. iMessages only work between Apple users. You’ll always see green when writing to Android users, or when you’re not connected to the internet.
Should you use iMessage or SMS?
The only reason to use SMS instead of iMessage is if you’re chatting with people who don’t have Apple devices, or if you don’t have any data on your phone. Is it possible to get iMessages to work on an Android phone? Yes, you can!