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I want to ask if there is any advice on the use of HTTPS.  I recently discovered that Google along with other search providers have implemented HTTPS versions of their sight.   As a result I found that covenant eyes was not monitoring the things that I searched for through this site.  (I was using covenant eyes on android with an HTC ONEx)
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andy.hofstedt

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Posted 6 years ago

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Hey Andy,

Thanks for taking the time to post. 

The good news is that we have some really huge improvements to the Android app in the works, you can see a preview of them here

https://helpforum.covenanteyes.com/covenanteyes/topics/covenant-eyes-3-0-for-android-beta-discussion...

The bad news is that they arent quite ready to ship yet. I will chat at our mobile team and see what is supposed to happen with HTTPS on Android right now, and see what we can do to help solve your problem in the meantime
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andy.hofstedt

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is there any feed back from the mobile team?
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Nothing yet (except that we are getting VERY close to a beta test of the newest version of our software)
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andy.hofstedt

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You were supposed to find about https from the android team. It would also be good to give some advice and raise awairness with accountability partners
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Development continues, we have posted sporadic updates in the thread that I mentioned in my previous reply. I apologize for not responding personally here, the amount of work going on has kept me somewhat occupied. 

HTTPS is sticky, so it remains tough to say exactly what will be reported. Part of the framework of our new app (Version 3.0) will lay a foundation for better handling of all traffic on the device, HTTPs included