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A repo 2br-2b uses for distributing his open source programs, along with one for his friends.
Number of apps: 3
The official Tox Project repository for Tox-related Android packages. It contains the app Antox, the Android client for the Project Tox.
A secure and free password manager for all of your devices.
Repo info: https://mobileapp.bitwarden.com/fdroid
Bromite is Chromium plus ad blocking and enhanced privacy; take back your browser.
Repo info: https://www.bromite.org/fdroid
Number of apps: 3 (Bromite, Bromite SystemWebView, Chromium)
Apps for Chaos Communication Club events, like 35c3 and CCCamp.
Number of apps: 6
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
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
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.
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
Number of apps: 3 (Freedoom, uGet, Signal)
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
Number of apps: 2 (Fedilab, Fedilab Lite)
Decentralized Chat App, compatible with Riot/Matrix
Repo info: https://fluffychat.im/en/fdroid.html
A Qt/QML client for the Friendica social network
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)
https://s3.amazonaws.com/guardianproject/fdroid/repo (AWS mirror)
http://bdf2wcxujkg6qqff.onion/fdroid/repo (Tor Onion Service)
The Guardian Project contains privacy-related apps.
Repo info: https://guardianproject.info/fdroid/repo/
Signing keys: https://guardianproject.info/home/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: https://f-droid.i2p.io
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.
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
Ltt.rs is an easy to use Email client, releases are also avaible on the main F-Droid repository
Number of apps: 6 (mGerrit, OpenLauncher, Tusky, VLC, VTS for Android)
The lightweight YouTube experience for Android
Apps built in the Nit programming language
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
Conversations, Signal u. a.
Platschi On Droid / Trustroots
Travellers’ community. Sharing, hosting and getting people together.
Repo info: https://platschi.net/f-droid-repository-for-trustroots.html, https://team.trustroots.org/Fdroid.html
FOSS apps, not included in main F-Droid repo.
Number of apps: 4 (ActivityWatch, Bitwarden, Firefox Preview, SkyTube Extra)
Apps built by rami.io Software Development.
Number of apps: 2 (Vertretungsplan App, LS Vertretungsplan)
Simlar is a cross platform VoIP App aiming to make encrypted calls easy. Based on the established end-to-end encryption protocol ZRTP.
Number of apps: 2 (Launchpad Daemon, Protox)
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.
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.
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 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.
Repo info: https://unofficial-protonmail-repository.gitlab.io/unofficial-protonmail-repository/fdroid/repo
Digital and physical security for people at risk.
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 nekos.moe), Kotatsu, Cylon u87’s (clsoed source) apps, an!me, Anime Watcher, Open ComicReader, TaiYakiAnime.
Repo info: https://animanga.efreakbnc.net/
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,
There are also per-language extension repos available; visit the repo page for more info.
Repo info: https://tachi.efreakbnc.net, https://github.com/Efreak/tachiyomi-extensions
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.
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.