Known Repositories

This is a list of known stable repositories.
For testing repositories, archive repositories and abandoned repositories there are separate topics.

These repositories are compatible with an F-Droid client application. The F-Droid project is not responsible for any third party repositories.
To manually add a repository, copy a repo link. Then open F-Droid. Go to settings. Select Repositories. Go to the “+” on the top right and paste the link there. Select ‘add’. The repo will appear on the Repositories list in your device. Just opening the URL on a device that has F-Droid installed should work in most cases as well.

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:


Stable repositories

2br-2b’s Repo

A repo 2br-2b uses for distributing his open source programs, along with one for his friends.
Number of apps: 3

Alefvanoon’s Repo

This is just a collection of some open source apps.

Anonymous Messenger



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


Messenger that does not require any server and hides metadata.
Repo info:


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


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


Apps for Chaos Communication Club events, like 35c3 and CCCamp.
Number of apps: 6

Collection of mostly non-FOSS apps, it seems not updated since March 2021
Number of apps: 14

Collabora Office

Collabora Office is a text editor, spreadsheet and presentation program based on LibreOffice, the world’s most popular Open Source office suite.
Number of apps: 2

Corona Contact Tracing Germany


Cryptomator is an encryption service.

Culture4life / Luca App

A contact tracing app for events, restaurants and other meetings during Covid19, that logs your contact data for meetings and encrypts your personal data for the german public health office (de:Gesundheitsamt). The company claims that noone else is able to read your personal data. Your local german public health office and the organizer have to support it, otherwise you can’t use it.


Modular Client Mod for Discord’s Android app.
Number of apps: 15 different flavors of one app

DivestOS Official

This repository contains apps created by Divested Computing Group. All apps are developed by Divested Computing Group with the exception of Fennec DOS which is based on Mozilla technology.

DivestOS Unofficial

This repository contains unofficial builds of open source apps that are not included in the official F-Droid repo or IzzySoft repo

Ember’s F-Droid Repo

Unofficial repo for uGet (an open-source download manager) and TwinHelix’s de-Googled fork of Signal (private chat featuring E2EE and video/voice calling).

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: 3600+

F-Droid Classic

F-Droid client with the classic UI.
Number of apps: 2 (F-Droid Classic, F-Droid Privileged Extension - Device Owner)

Fakecake (Tiny Tiny RSS)

Number of apps: 4

Fedilab Apps

Number of apps: 2 (Fedilab, Fedilab Lite)


Decentralized Chat App, compatible with Riot/Matrix
Repo info:


Repo info:
Number of apps: 2


A Qt/QML client for the Friendica social network

Frostnerd’s Nebulo

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


GitJournal is an app for Markdown Notes integrated with Git.

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


Colorful little collection of mostly non-FOSS apps
Number of apps: 19


I2P is an anonymous network, exposing a simple layer that applications can use to anonymously and securely send messages to each other.
Repo info:
Number of apps: 2 (I2P, Bote)


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: 730+

Julian Andres Klode / DNS66

Julian Andres Klode is the maintainer of DNS66.
DNS66 is a DNS-based Host Blocker (and lightweight ad blocker) for Android, releases are also available on the main F-Droid repository

Number of apps: 4

Kali NetHunter App Store

Applications for penetration testing and forensics.
Number of apps: 42

KDE F-Droid Release Repository

KDE’s F-Droid Release Repository contains builds of stable packages of our applications.

kuschku (Quasseldroid)

Quassel is a distributed, decentralized IRC client

LibRetro Official App Repository

Official F-Droid app repository for RetroArch. is an easy to use Email client, releases are also avaible on the main F-Droid repository

Metatrans Apps

While the apps in this repository are not open source yet, they are free for use.
Number of apps: 9


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


A fork of Signal with passphrase lock and anti-forensic features.
Repo info:


FOSS build of Molly without proprietary dependencies. Compatible with microG.
Repo info:


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


Number of apps: 6 (mGerrit, OpenLauncher, Tusky, VLC, VTS for Android)


Companion repository for NanoDroid.
Repo info:
Number of apps: 2 (patched Play Store, MPV)


The lightweight YouTube experience for Android

Netsyms Technologies

Collection of Netsyms Android applications or users withour access to Google Play.
Repo info:
Number of apps: 5 (NotePost, TerranQuest, PackageHelper, Netsyms, Invoice Ninja)

Number of apps: 16
Apps built in the Nit programming language

Obfusk’s F-Droid repo

F-Droid repo from Obfusk with both versions of Jiten Japanese Dictionary and the game Sokoban(g)


Onosendai is a multi-column social network app.


Apps: Signal, Wire, OpenArchive, HabitApp

Patched Applications (Langis)

Patched Applications : original applications, modified for many purpose as better compatibility, better privacy
Contains Langis (Signal fork)
Number of apps: 1

PeterCxy (Shelter)

Shelter is a Free and Open-Source (FOSS) app that leverages the “Work Profile” feature of Android to provide an isolated space that you can install or clone apps into.



Conversations, Signal u. a.


Official repository of pilight - open source domotica solution.
Number of apps: 3 (pilight, illumina)

Platschi On Droid / Trustroots

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

Rakshazi F-Droid

FOSS apps, not included in main F-Droid repo.
Number of apps: 4 (ActivityWatch, Bitwarden, Firefox Preview, SkyTube Extra)

Apps built by Software Development.

Number of apps: 2 (Vertretungsplan App, LS Vertretungsplan)

RWTH Aachen University

The FDroid repository for apps of RWTH Aachen University.
Repo info:

Samourai Wallet

Repository for this bitcoin wallet app.




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

SpiritCroc’s Apps

This is SpiritCroc’s personal F-Droid repository.
Repo info:
Number of apps: 1 (SchildiChat)


Number of apps: 2 (Launchpad Daemon, Protox)


Tagesschau is a 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. The free app Hamburger from the F-Droid default repo is another app for Tagesschau with other functionality and under the terms of the Affero GPL.

The Calyx Institute F-Droid repo (testing)

This is a copy of the Calyx Institute F-Droid repository for test purposes. It is a repository of apps to be used with CalyxOS.
Number of apps: 5 (CalyxOS Chromium, Google Camera/Maps, microG Services Core, Signal)

TwinHelix - Signal-FOSS

Signal-FOSS is an open source degoogled fork of Signal for Android that uses OpenStreetMaps for maps and a websocket connection to the Signal server.


Digital and physical security for people at risk.


Binary repository of ungoogled-chromium-android, a lightweight approach to removing Google web service dependency. Only arm64 binaries are hosted.
Number of apps: 2 (Ungoogled Chromium, Ungoogled System Webview)

Unofficial F-Droid repo for various apps

Unofficial F-Droid repository for various apps, including Firefox, Brave and Signal.
Forum: Separate (non-free) Firefox repo
Number of apps: 10

Unofficial ProtonMail repository

ProtonMail is secure email based in Switzerland. This is an unofficial ProtonMail F-Droid repository. The APKs are from ProtonApps. Note, the packages are renamed to include version nubmers. Older packages came from APKmirror and the packages have been renamed to get under the 100 character limit in Repomaker.
Info: /r/ProtonMail/comments/8na7jv/unofficial_protonmail_fdroid_repository
Repo info:

Unofficial Anime/Manga FDroid Repository

Most (but not all) of these apps are open source and ad-free; not all have antifeatures listed (see the notes in the metadata). Descriptions are not kept up to date.
Apps include: Meow, Nekos (catgirls client for, Kotatsu, Cylon u87’s (clsoed source) apps, an!me, Anime Watcher, Open ComicReader, TaiYakiAnime.
Repo info:

Unofficial Tachiyomi

Manga reader Tachiyomi, its added-features forks, and extensions. These apps are all open source (released by or forked from Tachiyomi).
Apps (excluding extensions) listed as of 2020-06-25: Tachiyomi Release, Tachiyomi debug version (updated irregularly), Neko, TachiyomiJ2K, TachiyomiAZ, TachiyomiSY, TachiyomiEH
There are also per-language extension repos available; visit the repo page for more info.
Repo info:,

VideLibri - Library app

Repo for the library app VideLibri. VideLibri lists the books you have lend from a public library and lets you search the library catalog from your local device. It has all the usual features of an library OPAC, i.e. viewing, renewing, searching and ordering books. It also renews all due books automatically and can do other things only a locally running app can do, like keeping a history of all ever lend books across multiple libraries. It is the world’s first library app. So far VideLibri has been tested with 200 libraries successfully, but it was designed to allow every user to adds its own library without requiring any/much programming knowledge.

WiFi AdBlocker


Wind Offline

This is a collection of apps that work offline or with limited internet.
Number of apps: 40+

Provides the UK mobile network’s app.

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.

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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

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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:

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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.


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

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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.

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

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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

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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.

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