Android: Simple, open-source apps without ads, tracking and unnecessary permissions
I want to introduce you to a great Android developer team that released countless alternatives to apps that usually come for free but invade your privacy. Simple Mobile Tools made it their main focus to release simple and lightweight yet powerful apps for android that cover a wide range and definitely your basic needs.
All the below listed apps are not collecting any of your data, respect your privacy, non-intrusive and most features are accessible for free. Sounds too good to be true? If you want to thank the developer, you can optionally purchase the "Simple Thank You" app that will unlock some neat features for a low price. Read their mission statement as well.
The numbers speak for itself, a true success story: 60M+ downloads, 24 apps with an average rating of 4.6 out of 5.
Simple Mobile Apps
Entries are sorted by popularity:
- Calendar: Events, tasks, customizable colours, widgets and no ads.
- Gallery: A premium app for managing and editing your photos, videos, GIFs without ads.
- File Manager: Easy app for managing your files without ads, respecting your privacy & security.
- Music Player: A clean music player with a customizable widget, stylish interface and no ads.
- Notes: A simple text field for adding quick notes without ads.
- Camera: Quick photo and video camera with a flash, customizable aspect ratio.
- Contacts: Easy and quick contact management with no ads, handles groups and favourites too.
- Calculator: A calculator for quick simple calculations with a nice user interface and no ads.
- Flashlight: A simple modern flashlight with SOS, stroboscope & bright display, has no ads.
- Draw: A canvas you can draw on with different colours.
- ... and a few more, the complete list of apps in the Google Play Store.
Simple Mobile Tools Links
Big thumbs up from PrivacyTools.io to the whole development team of Simple Mobile Tools. Keep up the good work, you definitely have your hearts in the right place.
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