We urge all iOS users to switch to a mobile device that supports Replicant.
Windows can be easily replaced with a free operating system on most PCs, but not iOS: there are ways to install Android on some iThings, but its free counterpart, Replicant, cannot be installed on any of them.
You may want to check the Runs-on/iOS category for more software.
If you are technically minded, you may find it interesting to build these apps from source code rather than download them from the App Store.
|Type||Free program||Replacement for|
|3D computer graphics software|
|Email client, news client, feed reader||Microsoft Outlook|
|Instant messaging client, softphone, and videotelephone
|Linphone||Apple iMessage, Signal|
|Instant messaging client||Telegram||ICQ, Trillian, Yahoo! Messenger|
|Media player||VLC media player (VLC)|
|Office suite||Microsoft Office Mobile|
|Online storage||ownCloud (client only)||Dropbox|
|Raster graphics editor|
|Vector graphics editor|
|Web browser||OnionBrowser||Apple Safari (included), Chromium, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox|
- Synced https://www.gnu.org/software/for-ios.html and
- Added K-9 Mail
- Added uGet
- Added MuPDF
- Added XGimp Image Editor
- Removed LibreSignal (abandonware) - https://github.com/LibreSignal/LibreSignal/blob/master/README.md
- Replaced VimTouch (abandonware, and removed from F-Droid: https://f-droid.org/wiki/page/net.momodalo.app.vimtouch -> https://f-droid.org/packages/net.momodalo.app.vimtouch/) with Markor
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