r/fossdroid

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A community for sharing and promoting free and open source software on the Android platform. This means software you are free to modify and distribute, such as applications licensed under the GNU General Public License, BSD license, MIT license, Apache license, etc. Think of free software as free as in freedom of speech, not free beer.
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