I often read that #Fedilab is a paid app. Yes, on Google Play. But you can still get it fully for free on #FDroid https://f-droid.org/packages/fr.gouv.etalab.mastodon/
F-Droid will allow you to discover so many useful apps that do respect your privacy. Give it a try.
@fedilab It’s a bit confusing, isn’t it? 🤔
@fedilab I wouldn’t expect an app to be pay-for in one place and free in another.
But that might just be me.
OK. I understand. The source code of Fedilab is open source and so, accessible for everyone.
The Google play release allows to support my work. The free froid release might contribute to have some people discovering a new way to get apps that are open source.
@fedilab You app, your choice.
(I might personally disagree. But I do see your point.)
Drôle de traduction :
Also is a good idea pay a litlle quantity for an app and support the developer.
Is there a good way to support you without google getting 30%?
I have a donation page. But it's still imperfect as I use PayPal only.
@fedilab @Decentralize_today @incognitum @particl It's quite easy. You can make a Bitcoin wallet on your phone or so, f.e. using Blockstream Green (disclaimer: I work for Blockstream but not on the Green team), press receive and copy the address and put it on your website. (All wallets will let you copy a receive address.)
Agree with you. Houe it can help even a little, people to discover fdroid.
What app do you recommend to discover ?
Carnet, GitNex, Davx, tutanota, G-Droid, DNSFilter, NewPipe, conversations, etc.
The list might be quite long I guess :)
I already know and nearly use some of them, except davx
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