An open source XMPP client for Android. Supports OMEMO. Supports multiple accounts simultaneously. Uses your Google Contacts to store its contact information. Available in both the Google Play store and F-Droid.
This application provides display and control of Android devices connected on USB (or over TCP/IP). It does not require any root access. It works on GNU/Linux, Windows and macOS. Tries to be lightweight, fast, and unintrusive. Android v5 or later required. Requires the adb debugging option. Does not require a separate application running on the phone.
Rooting your Android device is easier than ever before. There is a wealth of tools available to make the process as simple as possible, no matter what device you’re looking to root. Magisk is one such tool, and it really is easy to use.
If you hate the bloatware or pre-installed apps on your Android smartphone, here's how to disable them even if Android doesn't normally let you.
Source code for the Gotify Android client application. Can also be installed from the Play or F-Droid stores.
Record or upload high-quality audio, host unlimited episodes, and distribute everywhere with just one click. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, there’s never been a better way to podcast. Supports web browsers, iOS, and Android devices. Record anywhere. Distributed teams. Can support callers to the show, too. Has a visual editor for recorded material. Upload existing audio files to mix into the recordings.
Write your apps in Python and release them for iOS, Android, Windows, MacOS, Linux, Web, and tvOS using rich, native user interfaces. One codebase. Multiple apps.
This is an F-Droid Repository by IzzyOnDroid.
You can write native code in Go for Android and iOS.
Homepage for a mobile application that lets you map to and validate Open Streetmaps satellite imint. Part of the Humanitarian Open Streetmap project.
A toolset for taking apart Android .apk files so that the binaries can be reverse engineered or modified.
The Guardian Project has released the F-Droid Repository, a catalogue of F/OSS apps for Android. Their app makes it easy to browse the repository and install the listed software on your Android device.
Note: The "Allow install from non-market sources" option needs to be checked on your Android device.
F-OSS mobile software appstore applications android repository
A massive list of free-as-in-beer ebooks about programming: Languages, platforms, tools, and more. Ideal for teaching classes, continuing education, reference, and getting a jump start on programming in school.
Pixitracker is a simple, pixel-based sample editor and chiptune tracker that's designed to be fun to play with, so it doesn't have the hardcore (and intimidating, I'll admit) tracker interface. Pixel-based means that you specify notes and patterns by turning dots on and off by clicking on them. Designed so you can just mess around with it. Record patterns, make new samples and export them as .wav files, record sounds. MIDI aware so you can plug your favorite MIDI device in and use that as the UI. Supports multiple audio drivers, too. There are versions for Apple iOS, Android, Windows, OSX, and Linux. Samples are delineated with Space Invaders-style sprites so you can tell them apart.
Pushover is a pushnotification site that just gives you an API to work with and a near-universal app that runs on Android or iOS. Add realtime notification to whatever you want with nearly no work. The app's free for a week; after that you have to pay $5us for a perpetual license. You also get 7500 notifications per month per integration.
An openstreetmap app for android which keeps tabs on your GPS coordinates and shares your location in an anonymous fashion with a random Target ID and tracking code. Can share with chosen people or the public at large. Can transmit and receive data via SMS.
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