I'm glad I'm not the only one who has been frustrated some current software development practices.
Current status: All tests passing.
We've got more big news.
For the past year, we've been working to reach the rising number of mobile users worldwide.
Introducing Tor Browser for Android (alpha), the mobile browser with the strongest privacy protections ever available.
Help us test it before the stable hits!
Download it now from GooglePlay:
Learn more about it: https://blog.torproject.org/new-alpha-release-tor-browser-android
New Chrome UI.
We just published a guest blog post by @Tutanota detailing their journey to provide a google free push notification service for their users: https://f-droid.org/en/2018/09/03/replacing-gcm-in-tutanota.html
Thanks a lot for going that way and for writing it up in a very interesting post as well!
Currently looking at the OODA loop - the decision cycle of Observe, Orient, Decide, and Act
F-Droid is an alternative app store that only carries apps that respect your privacy.
To install it, go here on your Android phone:
Click on Download F-Droid to start. (You may need to allow installation of unknown apps, either when prompted or in settings.)
@drgs100 I've not used it but AndStatus claims to support multiple networks.
#Qubes with Debian, Fedora and Windows seamlessly integrated on the desktop but still running securely isolated from each other.
Stuck between the past and the future.
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