The /e/ Foundation make a deGoogled version of Android and sell phones preloaded with it. You can follow them at:

➡️ @e_mydata

/e/'s website is at, and they sell deGoogled phones under the Murena brand at, including ethically-made models by @Fairphone

/e/ also provides (optional) cloud services for these phones through a custom @nextcloud instance.

UnifiedPush is a set of specifications and free open source tools to help users get more control over how their phone's (or computers's) notifications are handled. You can follow the project at:

➡️ @unifiedpush

The project website is at

There are options for self-hosting notification systems if needed.

Topio e.V. is a German non-profit organisation which helps ordinary people "de-Google" their phones by installing privacy-friendly operating systems. They run events to help with this including workshops, exhibitions, lectures etc. You can follow at:

(all are in German language)

➡️ (main account)

➡️ (photos)

➡️ @topio_space (events)

Their website is at

Pine64 make low-price Linux-based smartphones, computers, smartwatches etc. You can follow them at:

➡️ @PINE64 (main account)

➡️ @pine64eu (European online shop)

➡️ @pine64tilvids (video account)

Their site is

Pine64 hardware is for tech fans who like to customise their devices, and made in collaboration with the user community. They're not intended as "daily drivers".

F-Droid is an alternative app store for Android phones which only carries privacy-friendly free open source software. You can follow at:

➡️ @fdroidorg

Their site is

Google has made it a bit difficult to install F-Droid on a Google Android device. However, once it's been installed F-Droid is very easy to use.

Here's a guide for how to install it:

The microG Project aims to fully de-Google the Android OS by providing free open source alternatives to Google's proprietary services and libraries. You can follow the project at:

➡️ @microg

MicroG's website is at

MicroG is used for example by @e_mydata on their de-Googled Android phones.

Plasma Mobile is a free open source phone platform which runs on top of various different Linux distributions. You can follow the project at:

➡️ @plasmamobile

The project website is at

Like the Plasma desktop, Plasma Mobile is run by @kde

The best device for Plasma Mobile is currently the PinePhone made by @PINE64

Pine64 make Linux-based smartphones, laptops, smartwatches and other hardware. You can follow their official account at:

➡️ @PINE64

They also have a video account at...

➡️ @pine64tilvids

...and a podcast at:

➡️ @talkpine

You can find out more from their official site at

There's an unofficial news site at with an account at:

➡️ @pineguild

Fairphone make smartphones that are as ethical as possible. You can follow them at:

➡️ @Fairphone

Fairphone has:

-Fair wages and conditions for everyone involved, including those digging raw materials

-Recycled materials as far as possible

-Parts user repairable/upgradable as far as possible

-Hardware and software support as long as possible

-Support for de-googled OSes, incl. partnership with @e_mydata

More info at

TeleCoop is a mobile phone network co-operative in France. You can follow them at:

➡️ @telecoop (in French)

The co-op is owned by its members who vote on the direction it should take. Their website is at

They are also part the @fairtecEU group which campaigns for more ecologically sustainable and privacy-friendly digital services.

Iodé is a French-based company selling de-googlised Android smartphones, you can follow them at:

➡️ @iode

Their phones include new @Fairphone and Teracube devices, and refurbished Samsung and Sony devices.

The Iodé website is at

Nitrokey sell privacy-friendly FOSS security keys, smartphones, laptops etc. You can follow at:

➡️ @nitrokey

Their website is at

Nitrokey's latest product is the NitroPhone, a de-googlised Android smartphone with GrapheneOS pre-installed. More info at

Volla is a German company which sells smartphones with pre-installed de-googlised Android or Ubuntu Touch.

You can follow them at:

➡️ @volla (in English and German)

Their website is at (in English) and (in German).

Ubuntu Touch is maintained by @ubports

Exodus Privacy is a website that lets you find out how privacy-friendly different Android apps are. You can follow at:

➡️ @exodus

The site is at

The account posts in English and French.

/e/ develops and sells de-googlised Android smartphones. You can follow at:

➡️ @e_mydata

Their website is at and their phone shop is at

The /e/ version of Android can also be self-installed onto your existing device.

One of the models with /e/ preinstalled is the @Fairphone, which is built as ethically as possible (fair wages & working conditions, recycled materials etc).

PostmarketOS is a version of Alpine Linux for smartphones. You can follow at:

➡️ @postmarketOS

Their official site is at

The distro is available for many different devices, but the most compatible is the PinePhone made by @PINE64

(You can check device compatibilities at

Pine64 make cheap open hardware including Linux smartphones, laptops, tablets and smartwatches. You can follow them at:

➡️ @PINE64

They also have a video channel at:

➡️ @pine64tilvids

Their website is at

Pine64 products are mainly aimed at technology fans, and people who like to customise or build libre systems.

Fairphone is the only smartphone maker that has fair wages with safe working conditions, minimum environmental impact, and modular hardware that the user can easily fix/upgrade themselves (they even include a screwdriver in the box!).

You can follow them at:

➡️ @Fairphone

Their site is at

You can buy a Fairphone with degoogled Android preinstalled at

UBports develop and maintain Ubuntu Touch, a version of Ubuntu Linux for smartphones and tablets. You can follow the project at:


There's also a PixelFed account at:


The website is at

(Ubuntu Touch was originally started by Canonical, but UBports took it over in 2017.)

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