I just discovered osmapp.org after the post on HackerNews. It is a great maps "app" for android. I put "app" into quotes because it just runs on your browser.
I am not sure if osmapp.org or organic maps will be my daily driver, but both are looking very good!
Is there a smartphone that I could recommend to someone that currently wants to buy a last generation iphone? They want lots of storage and good battery life I think.
I am worried about all the tracking shit, I guess if the phone could potentially work with lineageOS that would be great too.
tl;dl is there a go-to smartphone atm?
Often people tend to say due to the lack of funding open source apps have bad UI and also sometimes terrible UX.
While it's not entierly false I've found myself some beautifuly designed apps and wanted to share them here.
I experience that my memory is used up on my android phone, but I dont understand what drains the memory.
I only found AnotherMonitor on fdroid, but it doesnt appear to show which app is consuming memory. Only total consumption.
Are there any good apps or solutions for this? Or at least as autonomous slash private as possible.
cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/153176
> This is the very first alpha release of Jerboa, a native android Lemmy client.
> **This is not a finished client, so don't expect most things to be working**
> If anything isn't working correctly, open up an [issue on the repo.](https://github.com/dessalines/jerboa/issues)
> [APK Download](https://github.com/dessalines/jerboa/releases/download/0.0.3/jerboa-0.0.3.apk)
cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/135999
> I recently made a simple android app to search my https://torrents-csv.ml service.
> Working on getting it uploaded to f-droid, but the `apk` is available via the link.
Fair play; I don't own a Fairphone, and I'm hoping to keep my current Android alive long enough to be able to go straight to a Linux phone. But this is another demonstration of why it's good to support outliers
The most notable part of these extensions, in my opinion, is that you can enable a custom, open-source implementation of Google's new wallpaper engine, Monet. So you can enjoy custom system and app colors based on your wallpaper on any Android 12 ROM, not just Pixels.