Hi everyone👋. I made this list for all those who are interested in Open Source (FOSS) apps. There are many FOSS apps out there which hasn't been yet added to this list but Im trying and adding a handful of them whenever (spare time) I can. To make this easier, Im taking on suggestions for more foss apps :)
Those app links inside those lists will take you to F-DROID, GITHUB, GITLAB, FOSS DROID and some to PLAYSTORE
✯These👇 icons are added beside each link✯
⚅➜ App is active and receives updates frequently.
⚄➜ App is acitve but the updates arrive at a slow (Not too slow) pace.
⚃➜ This link will take you to PlayStore
⚂➜ UNKNOWN...to be clear, apps with this yellow die means that either the apps are abandoned or the updates are slow as a sloth. Some apps receive their next updates after a very long time and are left abandoned until then.
⚀➜ This app is abandoned/dead.
Q: Why are dead apps here? ➠Dead/Abandoned apps are here mostly for other developers... In case if they want to fork it or revive it back again
✿ These⇩ icons are added beside each username ✿
🔶➜ The user who suggested that particular app
🔷➜ The developer of that particular app
🎉NEW APPS ADDED RECENTLY (24/JUNE/21)🎉
1 WALLPAPER APP, 1 MESSENGER, 1 FILE EXPLORER, 1 MAP (suggested), 8 GAMES, 1 BROWSER, 1 SOCIAL MEDIA (DISCORD) CLIENT
🦁LIST-ONE ☞ contains
★SOCIAL MEDIA CLIENTS
🦊LIST-TWO ☞ contains
🦌LIST-FOUR ☞ contains
🐶LIST-FIVE ☞ contains
★DOCUMENT READERS AND EDITORS
★TO DO LISTS/TASK MANAGERS
★APPS RELATED TO NOTIFICATIONS AND CLIPBOARDS.
🐺LIST-SIX ☞ contains
★SECURITY/PRIVACY RELATED APPS
🐹LIST-SEVEN ☞ contains
⚠ APPS THAT ARE MARKED WITH ⚂ OR ⚀ SHOULD BE AVOIDED IF THAT APP REQUIRES A PERSISTENT INTERNET CONNECTION TO WORK. PLEASE READ THE APP'S DESCRIPTION CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLING⚠
🐻The apps under all those lists and categories are NOT ranked from best to worst
🐰 If you notice any errors in my lists like incorrect link, wrong app at the wrong section, wrong icon, or if any foss app turns to a closed sourced app then please do let me know. I'll fix/remove/correct the errors asap
🐼 If any F-DROID link is spitting out a 404, let me know...I'll replace it
🐍YOU CAN SUGGEST any OPEN SOURCE apps in the comments but just before suggesting, make sure you re-check the lists in case the app is already included or has already been suggested. While suggesting the app, include the link to it and please place your suggestion as a comment to the particular list where you want your suggested app to be added...thats it :)
🐿Here are some sites to help you look for more FOSS apps
🐞SIMPLE MOBILE TOOLS⚅⚃ (Tibbbi🔷) almost all the mostly used applications ranging from Dialer to Gallery.... they’re all available for free in Fdroid . The playstore version unlocks more and also supports the dev (u/kobeislegend🔶)
🐳A friend of mine made a list as well that contains open source applications, there are some apps here in his list which isn’t available in my post. And instead of listing them one by one here’s the LINK→ (http://github.com/albertomosconi/foss-apps) to his list. This is him: u/Petomeansfart
⭐⭐⭐Oh and lastly...thank you all 😊🙌 for all these awards and positive feedback⭐⭐⭐
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I tend to place a high priority on looks in apps. Not always, but many times. Reddit is no exception. RiF looks too dense to me, the font is too small, and it resembles the website way too much. I like Relay for how nice and airy it looks, there's a bit of space between posts. It's smooth, and I can scroll between comments using the volume key.
I greatly prefer My Effectiveness over Todoist. The main reason that made me shun Todoist was it's complexity and the requirement to sign up with an account or login using Facebook/Google. In contrast, ME is free and is based on your phone. But the biggest thing keeping me with ME is it's philosophy. It helps you keep everything in context, to sort to dos (or "actions", the way they call them) by not priority but objective ("Importance") and subjective ("Urgent") urgency. The way it is designed is based on the book 7 habits of highly effective people (Amazon, university PDF), which I haven't read but just based on this app is probably worth a read.
I highly recommend you check out their description of how the app is intended to be used.
Edit: Just saw your edit. Yeah, aCalendar and Etar are pretty familiar. What sold me on Etar was that it is open source and completely free, no in app purchases even. The developer even put his github source on the app page. I've been trying to move to FOSS (free and open source software) apps as much as possible. My only concern is that the app hasn't been updated since December 6. Not really a major concern for now, since it works great and looks great with not bugs that I can tell, but it makes me wonder if it is still in development.
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