The first step towards your liberation. An Android system without Google.
To access the following apps except Firefox and VLC which you'll have to download via your web browser.
Once telemetry disabled in the settings, and privacy/security addons installed, you're good to go on the Web.
A ton of options for your camera. Doesn't include filters because you're so perfect already.
Navigation with an enhanced OpenStreetMap. Lots of options to tweak.
Sync calendars and contacts with a DAV server. For instance a Nextcloud account.
Save your eyes if your system doesn't provide a red dimming filter already.
Blocks ads on apps. Requires root. Prefer DNS66 if you don't feel like tweaking.
Open source implementation of the two-factor authentication HOTP and TOTP schemes.
Best FLOSS app to take notes, back them up. Despite the Google+ use from the developers, it's GPLv3 and non-corporate.
A libre cloud for your files, calendars, contacts, etc. Can host video call groups and many more too.
If your computer runs on Linux with a KDE desktop, this is most useful.
If you're still dependant on the Google Play Store. Some privacy filters built-in.
Beta client for TOX, a highly secure decentralized instant messaging with video calls, files transfers, etc.
LibreTorrent is a Free as in Freedom torrent client for Android 4 and later, based on libtorrent. Download and share files directly on your device.
Accountless app for non-free Youtube and Soundcloud. You can download, subscribe, listen in the background, etc.
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