Mobile Apps | Android OS & Apple iOS
All Apps tested by myself!
- App Sources
- Data Security
- E-Book & Media Player
- Photo Gallery
- Budget Book
- PIM (Contacts, Appointments, Tasks, Notes)
- System Functions, System Monitor
- Public Passenger Transport
- Weather Forecast
- History of App Marketplaces
- Text auf Deutsch
Motto: Quality, not Quantity
Sorting by app name is no rating! Purchase date and own rating with 1–5 stars for each app. Where “date of purchase” means “date of installation” for free apps. I also mention in-app purchases and donations as well as separately/subsequently payments.
Under “System Requirements” I mention the operating system version for which the app is suitable.
In doing so, I also see if the offered app is only available for iOS or also for other operating systems and take this into account.
Further reviews are already in progress.
Test reports on all apps already tested are accessible via the hamburger menu at the top right.
Apps that are available for iOS and Android OS or even platform-independent are listed here down below, sorted into categories …
Smartphones owe their success to their expandability through apps. They are distributed online via sales platforms called App Stores. In addition to these, there are also the developer platforms GitHub and GitLab for the open Android operating system, where open source programmers make their software available. And many independent developers offer their apps for download on their own websites.
Be careful when downloading “apps from unsafe sources”!
This is how sources other than Apple and Google are called.
Be suspicious! Check exactly who you are obtaining apps from. Pay attention to the spelling of web addresses! Websites from reputable providers are often copied and registered with similar domain names. This means you could get malware on your device. Avoid apps with few reviews and read the negative reviews.
Obtainium (obtain open source apps directly from the developers).
Since 24.02.2024 I use this app to obtain all open source apps.
I'll be writing a test report very soon.
• Until then, I recommend reading the Obtainium Wiki
• and the articles of my Reference down below.
Google Play (Front end & Repository for apps distributed by Google)
Aurora Store (Front end for all apps distributed by Google)
F-Droid (Front end & Repository for Open Source Software)
Neo Store (Front end for all apps distributed by F-Droid)
Please also note my source reference down below
DNS Resolver, Firewall, OTP, Password Safe, Ad Blocker
All Systems (online)
E-Book & Media Player
My Budget Book Pro Edition
PIM (Contacts, Appointments, Tasks, Notes)
System Functions, System Monitor
Do not disturb – Scheduled (System function)