First experience with #fdroid is that it's slow, on first startup it stays white while updating package lists, and shows descriptions in 3 languages for me: Dutch, French and English.
That all combined doesn't give the impression of professional and stable apps. There's much room for improvement.
Since I'm using foxy droid now and that still uses f-droid data, I'll be looking in to what I can do to contribute in the near future
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