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A perk of having an Android phone is having access to many apps. Some developers are constantly working on projects that you can take advantage of. While some operating systems don’t allow you to sideload, you can do it on Android devices.

Despite being quite useful, these apps don’t have ads, which makes the whole experience even better. Today, in this article, we will share some open-source applications for Android that you can use.

The Best Open-Source Apps for Android

These apps seem quite useful, so here are the ones you can try.

Voyager App

Voyager for Lemmy
Voyager for Lemmy
Developer: Alexander Harding
Price: Free
‎Voyager for Lemmy
‎Voyager for Lemmy
Developer: Alexander Harding
Price: Free+

You will find this app on GitHub, where it’s a client for Lemmy. In this app, you will find interesting content similar to that on Reddit. The user interface looks to be highly inspired by iOS. Explore the content to learn new things.

Wallpaper Export

WallpaperExport
WallpaperExport
Price: Free

This app is also available on F-Droid and GitHub. With this app, the wallpaper you have applied to your mobile can be easily exported. Some wallpaper apps don’t allow downloading; instead, they only apply, but through the Wallpaper Export app, you can save the image to your gallery.

Image Tool Box

Image Toolbox - Edit & Convert
Image Toolbox - Edit & Convert
Developer: ProgiX
Price: Free
Image Toolbox
Image Toolbox
Price: Free

This app is for image editing and allows you to enhance your pictures. It is also available on the Google Play Store, with multiple functionalities like editing, resizing, limiting resizing, and more. Using it is quite easy, and basic editing options include cropping, filters, rotating, mirroring, blurring, effect, drawing, extension, and more.

There are also revision, undo, and share buttons. You can explore other options and start using them according to your preferences. There is a “create” option where you will find a background remover, including an auto-erase background. In the “tools” section, you have options for picking colors, comparing, image previewing, loading images from the internet, generating palettes, and more. In “settings,” you can change the appearance and add things like text.

Audio Share by Mkckr0

This open-source application lets you use your phone as a speaker by connecting your device to your PC. This is quite useful for users who have damaged speakers on their laptops or PCs. However, on your PC, you must also install Audio Share for Windows.

To use this, open Audio Share on your PC and enter the port it shows on your mobile to pair. Then click on “Start Server” on Windows. After successfully establishing the network, tap “Start” on your mobile to establish the connection.

So these are some of the best open-source applications for Android that you can download from GitHub and F-Droid, and some are also published on the Google Play Store for easy installation on your Android smartphone.

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