As we all know very well that the open source world is really vast for computers. But, what if I say that the open source world is not only limited to the Desktop? Yes, the open source world is also vastly available for the mobile devices as well, especially for the Android, as there are many projects that provide their source code for those who want to use and improve it.
So, today we have created a suggestion list which contains 5 excellent Open Source Apps for Android. Here’s the list is given below:-
Forecastie is a great app for staying updated with the surrounding weather conditions. Forecastie is designed to be as simple and intuitive as possible. Although mobile platforms already bringing features in terms of weather, there is always apps that we can experience. One of the suggestions in the area is the Forecastie, which makes use of the service OpenWeatherMap.
The DuckDuckGo is a popular search engine as well as the competitor of the search giant Google, which is widely known for not keeping any history of research of users and not share any information about them.
Wikipedia is a service that needs no introduction. With more than 32 million items, this service offers the most diverse content in text and image. Wikipedia also provides an app that simplifies user interaction with the service as it is available in the Google Play Store.
The app Wikipedia is distributed under the GPLv2 license and the source code can be found here.
As the name suggests that this is a client for the social network Twitter. This app provides all necessary features so that you can have the best user experience of Twitter. You can find Twidere in Google Play Store.
Looking for a good app to interact with Reddit? Then try the RedReader, a free and opensource app. The RedReader has a very clean interface and provides a set of actions that simplify all user interaction with the service. You can find RedReader app in Google Play Store.
The source of this app can be found here.