Trusted Update Channels vs. Scratching Your Itch
IOCipher 64-bit builds
Tor Project: Orfox Paved the Way for Tor Browser on Android
NetCipher update: global, SOCKS, and TLSv1.2
PanicKit 1.0: built-in panic button and full app wipes
Exploring possibilities of Pluggable Transports on Android
Orbot v16: a whole new look, and easier to use!
Repomaker Usability Trainers Worldwide, June 2017
fdroidserver UX Testing Report
Announcing new libraries: F-Droid Update Channels
New research report on the challenges developers face
F-Droid User Testing, Round 2
F-Droid: A new UX 6 years in the making
F-Droid Lubbock Report – What We Want to Know
Build Android apps with Debian: apt install android-sdk
In Debian stretch, the upcoming new release, it is now possible to build Android apps using only packages from Debian. This will provide all of the tools needed to build an Android app targeting the “platform” android-23 using the SDK build-tools 24.0.0. Those two are the only versions of “platform” and “build-tools” currently in Debian, but it is possible to use the Google binaries by installing them into /usr/lib/android-sdk.