I'm partway through writing a blog post in response to https://googleplayfair.com/ - a little bit of a digression from my usual stance against Google's monopolistic practices.
Question: do you think that F-Droid's "separation" of repositories makes it overall safer for users than Aptoide, which merges all sources into one front-end? (looking for sources to quote)
@fennifith Apart from the fact that the official F-Droid repo has only apps compiled by the F-Droid team from their resp. sources (after those have been checked), the two have a lot in common – for example "separation" of repositories 😆 F-Droid has the official one plus allows 3rd party repos it doesn't control – Aptoide has the official and manually curated "Apps" repo and allows for 3rd party repos it doesn't control… >>
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