We're hosting 2 sessions in our assembly on conference.

Today, an F-Droid contributor meeting at 18:00-UTC (19:00 conference time)

Tomorrow, an FOSS App Dev Meeting (Android, F-Droid) at 14:00 UTC (15:00 conference time)


made it to Store! 🎉 We hope users can get good use out of our modest repository of 3500+ .

This weekend there's an exhibition by @mondstern at @topio in Berlin displaying 104 pictures of (mostly) apps from ! ❤️

We're going to roll out icons for our anti-features soon. Here's a preview, what do you think?

Following last years tradition we'll have a meetup at on the day 1 at 1400.
Last year we had a room with 12 seats and 60 minutes, this year we'll have a lot more space at and 90 minutes 🙂.

There will be lots of stickers. See you all there.


Exciting times! Yesterday there was a stunning 24 new apps added to ! Together with 33 updated existing apps.

got a new icon (changed by ).

@matrix's got a visual overhaul including a new icon!

From birdsite 

RT @CityZenappco@twitter.com
CityZen is now translated entirely in 13 languages! 🔠 Download the latest version from @fdroidorg@twitter.com and enjoy CityZen on your operating system's language. 📱 Download here: f-droid.org/en/packages/com.ci

From birdsite 

RT @Tsartsanis@twitter.com
Full cloud suite with @Nextclouders@twitter.com - @davdroidapp@twitter.com - @fdroidorg@twitter.com - Notes - Etar - Tasks

From birdsite 

RT @CityZenappco@twitter.com
⚠️Attention please! We just spotted the CityZen app on @GooglePlay@twitter.com, but this is not the original navigation app. Our own CityZen app is hosted ONLY on @fdroidorg! We would appreciate if you could report those who violated our license!Thank you in advance!

From birdsite 

RT @davdroidapp@twitter.com
DAVdroid 2.0 is now available on @fdroidorg@twitter.com, too! Have fun! 🤩

F-Droid index just got updated. The @Fairphone launcher 3 can now be installed on lineage based ROMs as well. Also got updated to v0.8.10. It can now send stickers!

Some context for the Izzysoft repo. It includes mostly free software pulled from github release pages or other developer hosted download pages. So you get versions build by the developers themselves.

Some of these are in the process of getting into the main repo. Some never can be included there because they depend on proprietary libraries.

But everything is clearly labeled by license and even includes a list of used libraries and potential ads/analytics in the app:

RT @DanPeGon@twitter.com: Izzysoft: the best third-party opensource repository for F-Droid app @fdroidorg@twitter.com android.izzysoft.de/repo

Also people are creating F-Droid binary repos with upstream APKs mirrored to a bunch of popular services as contingency in case google removes Telegram from Play Store in Russia.

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