Known Repositories

This is a list of repositories that are compatible with the F-Droid client application. Open the client, select “manage repositories” from the overflow menu and then add the repo URL. Just opening the url on a device that has F-Droid installed should work in most cases as well. The F-Droid project is not responsible for any third party repositories.

Because this is a wiki topic, you can easily edit this list, as long as your forum account has at least a Basic status. Please keep it alphabetically ordered and take a look at the existing entries to see the data structure. If possible, please add fingerprints like this:


Repositories (Newest app versions)

Bitwarden (tested on 2019-10-06)

A secure and free password manager for all of your devices.
Repo info:

Briar (tested on 2019-10-06)

Messenger that does require any server and hides metadata.
Repo info:

Bromite (tested on 2019-10-06)

Bromite is Chromium plus ad blocking and enhanced privacy; take back your browser.
Repo Info:
Number of apps: 3 (Bromite, Bromite SystemWebView, Chromium)

c:geo (tested on 2019-10-06)

An unofficial client for and other geocaching platforms (such as Opencaching).
Number of apps: 2 (c:geo, c:geo contacts plugin)

Ember’s Unofficial F-Droid Repo (tested on 2019-10-21)

Unofficial repo for the uGet project, an open-source download manager. Also includes the Universal (non-GSF) version of Signal.
Recently changed from the URL
Number of apps: 2 (uGet, Signal)

F-Droid (official)

F-Droid’s mainline repository, serving apps build and signed by F-Droid.
See mirror-monitor for a list of all available mirrors.
Number of apps: 2000+

Frostnerd’s Nebulo (tested on 2019-10-06)

Nebulo is a DNS changer which implements DNS-over-HTTPs and DNS-over-TLS to safely send your DNS requests to the target server.

Guardian Project Official Releases (included) (AWS mirror)
http://bdf2wcxujkg6qqff.onion/fdroid/repo (Tor Onion Service)

The Guardian Project contains privacy-related apps.
Repo info:
Signing keys:
Number of apps: 14

I2P (tested on 2019-10-23)

I2P is an anonymous network, exposing a simple layer that applications can use to anonymously and securely send messages to each other.
Repo info:

IzzyOnDroid (tested on 2019-10-23)

Applications in this repository are official binaries built by the original application developers, taken directly from the releases in their repositories (mostly on GitHub). Also contains apps that are linked against google-play services.

Background info:
Number of apps: 430+ (tested on 2019-10-06)

Number of apps: 4

Kali NetHunter App Store (tested on 2019-10-06)

Applications for penetration testing and forensics.
Number of apps: 38

LibRetro / RetroArch (tested on 2019-10-06)

RetroArch is a frontend for emulators, game engines and media players.

microG (tested on 2019-10-06)

A free-as-in-freedom re-implementation of Google’s proprietary Android user space apps and libraries.
Repo info:
Number of apps: 4

Monerujo (tested on 2019-10-06)

Monerujo is the first app for managing and using Monero wallets on Android.
Repo info:

Nanodroid (tested on 2019-10-06)

NanoDroid is a installer for various OpenSource related things, most noticably microG and F-Droid. It supports direct /system installation, both devices with or without A/B partition scheme, aswell as Magisk Mode (module) installation. It also includes several tools (eg. GNU Bash, GNU Nano, more), scripts, fonts, sounds and additional features (system debloating, init scripts, automatic logcat creation), aswell as a companion F-Droid Repository.

Repo info:
Number of apps: 2

Netsyms Technologies (tested on 2019-10-06)

Open source apps created by Netsyms Technologies. Includes NotePost (Google Keep alternative), TerranQuest (similar to Pokemon Go), and a few other apps.
Repo info:
Number of apps: 5

Pattle (tested on 2019-10-06)

An easy to use app for Matrix, with design inspired by other popular instant messaging apps. Also available on the main F-Droid repository

pilight (tested on 2019-10-06)

Home automation lighting tool.
Number of apps: 3

Platschi On Droid / Trustroots (tested on 2019-06-16)

Travellers’ community. Sharing, hosting and getting people together.
Repo info:,

Simlar (tested on 2019-08-19)

Simlar is a cross platform VoIP App aiming to make encrypted calls easy. Based on the established end-to-end encryption protocol ZRTP.

Tagesschau (tested on 2019-06-09)

Tagesschau is German public-service TV news featuring their own F-Droid repo, which contains their official app which as of today sadly isn’t free and open source.

Tiny Tiny RSS / Fakecake (tested on 2019-09-24)

Number of apps: 4.

Torsten Grote’s personal repo (tested on 2019-06-09)


Ungoogled Chromium (tested on 2019-07-05)

A lightweight approach to removing Google web service dependency. Currently experimental.
Ungoogled-chromium is Google Chromium, sans dependency on Google web services. It also features some tweaks to enhance privacy, control, and transparency.
Direct download:

Unofficial F-Droid repo for various apps (tested on 2019-10-06))

Latest Firefox stable and beta releases for Android (original APKs from, as well as Brave and Signal, hosted on GitLab pages, automatically updated daily by Gitlab’s CI/CD runner.
Forum: Separate (non-free) Firefox repo

Unofficial Protonmail repository (tested on 2019-10-06)

Secure email based in Switzerland. Protonmail’s client is not open source yet.
Info: /r/ProtonMail/comments/8na7jv/unofficial_protonmail_fdroid_repository
Repo info:

Unofficial Tachiyomi extensions (tested on 2019-10-06)

Extensions for the manga reader Tachiyomi.
Repo info:

Umbrella (tested on 2019-06-09)

Digital and physical security for people at risk.

VideLibri (tested on 2019-06-09)

The world’s first universal library app to track the books lend from a (mostly German) public library, renew them, and access other features of a library catalog/OPAC.

F-Droid Info:

WiFi AdBlocker Update (tested on 2019-06-09)


Repositories (Testing versions)

c:geo nightly (tested on 2019-10-06)


F-Droid nightly (tested on 2029-10-06)

Number of apps: 2 (F-Nightly, F-Droid Basic)

KDE Android Nightly builds (tested on 2019-06-09)

Repo info:
Number of apps: 18

Quasseldroid beta (tested on 2019-10-06)

An IRC client. Stable releases are also available on the main F-Droid repository.

RedReader alpha (tested on 2019-10-06)

A reddit client. Stable releases are also available on the main F-Droid repository.

RiotX dev repo by Krombel (tested on 2019-10-06)

This unofficial repo contains development builds of RiotX android. It contains only the fdroid flavor.
Repo info:

Archive Repositories (Previous app versions)

click here to see them

F-Droid Archive (official)

F-Droid’s archive repository, serving old versions of apps built and signed by F-Droid.
Browsable at:

Guardian Project Archive (included) (AWS mirror)
http://bdf2wcxujkg6qqff.onion/fdroid/archive (Tor Onion Service)

The Guardian Project contains privacy-related apps.

I2P F-Droid Archive (tested on 2019-06-09)

I2P’s archive repository, serving old versions of the I2P apps.

IzzyOnDroid F-Droid Archive (tested on 2019-06-09)

Archive for the previous F-Droid compatible repo.
Note by Izzy: Currently it’s always empty, so no need to use it.

microG F-Droid archive (tested on 2019-06-09)

Official F-Droid archive for the open-source implementation of Google Play Services.
Repo info:

Abandoned Repositories

click here to see them


Antox is an Android client for Tox. Created by Mark Winter maintained by subliun.

(The official) Copperhead app repository (tested on 2019-06-09; 404 Not Found)

Likely down because of this:

Currently ships Noise (rebranded Signal build). According to upstream: “It’s only intended to be useful to CopperheadOS users. Nothing from there is guaranteed to work elsewhere and issues on other operating systems should not be reported.”
However, at the time of writing, Noise has been reported to work fine on other ROMs also.

Eutopia (tested on 2019-06-09)

Independent builds of Signal. No longer maintained.

Eutopia experimental builds of WebSocket-based fork of Signal (TextSecure) renamed to LibreSignal. The fork was abandoned because Moxie Marlinspike was not OK with LibreSignal using OWS servers and “Signal” name. Since LibreSignal is abandoned, there is nothing to distribute in that repo now.

J2ghz’s FDroid Repo (tested on 2019-06-09)

Tachiyomi (dev) (app id eu.kanade.tachiyomi.debug) - Main app built from master branch.
Info: Repo still available, but it’s not going to be updated or maintained. Latest dev/debug builds at:

J2ghz’s FDroid Archive

Archive for J2ghz’s FDroid Repo.

Nit Language (tested on 2019-06-09; signing error)

Official repository of Nit programming language.
Repo info:

Öffi - Public Transport Buddy (tested on 2019-06-09; 404 Not Found; its app is now included in F-Droid’s native repo instead)

Öffi, a closed-source, but well-known app for german public transportation systems.
App versions and compatibility:
Note: Requires “Force old index format” in the settings of recent F-Droid client app versions to be activated (as of 2017-11-12).

pfalcon’s F-Droid Staging (server not found)


spotcommander / mdapp (404 Not Found)

Remote control for Spotify:
LegeAppen is for physicians and other health personnel in Norway:

Storymaker (tested on 2019-06-09; «Access Denied» error)

StoryMaker enables aspiring journalists all over the world to safely produce and publish professional-grade news with their phone.

woju (server not found)


Based on, and originally copied from, the F-Droid wiki’s old and outdated list of repositories.


@NicoAlt This repo isn’t maintained anymore. It was only for distributing my fork of Signal, but because of I abandoned LibreSignal, so there is nothing to distribute in that repo now.

Thanks for the feedback, then you can remove this entry from the list, it’s like a wiki editable by everyone.

I can’t find a way to edit this.

Oh, sorry, the min trust level for editing a wiki was too high. I lowered this, bumped your trust level and gave you the title “F-Droid Developer”. Welcome to the forum :smile:

Thanks. I updated the wiki.

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How about

Fwiw, I use Noise (Signal fork) from there on a non-coperhead ROM and it is working perfectly.

Sure, add it to the list! No need to ask, it’s a wiki :smile:

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You forgotten o p in I added it.

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briar do own repo

Thank you for your hint. I have added it to the list and also added a paragraph at the top :slightly_smiling_face:

"Because this is a wiki topic, you can easily edit this list. Please keep it alphabetically ordered and take a look at the existing entries to see the data structure."
i Use OpenID and surely can’t edit on wiki :frowning:

Which wiki do you mean? We have the old, MediaWiki based one and this one integrated into the forum. The latter you should be able to edit by clicking the green pen button in the upper right corner between “10” and “Jul 1”. The former I don’t know about if anyone can still edit it because the registration base was WordPress which passed away for some months because of the new website.

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right, my bad, i suggested old MediaWIki docs which is better avaliable (indexed). Thanks.

Here’s another F-Droid repo:

Feel free to add it to the list, it’s a wiki article :slightly_smiling_face:

Appears to be back up.

Indeed! Feel free to move it back to the list :+1:


I think @Licaon_Kter, like me has an account that is too new to modify the OP and put i2p back as an active working repo.

Any way you could make the change?

edit: do you know at what stage forum accounts are no longer considered new?

edit2: looks like new stage does not last long. OP updated and i2p put back as active

Like one or two month ago I removed this restriction so that anyone can edit wiki posts. Curious that it did not work for you at first.

There is a good topic in Discourse’s forum about this.