Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 27 Nov 2012 5:53 pm
One of the cool things about Android is the open market model. The folks at Google don't mind at all if you sideload apps, or use your phone to build apps of your own, or even if you install a whole separate application market. That's the real meaning of open when you hear the word being tossed around so freely. Because the platform is open, we get to see things like F-Droid.
F-Droid is a third...
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