Apps has now been replaced with
App Lounge, which, like
Aurora, connects directly to Google servers. Observing these multiple connections occurring in the background upon opening
App Lounge is quite disturbing.
In light of this, can someone from e.foundation explain how this choice fits in with e’s stated mission, and what it means for users who actively avoid Google’s data exploitation?
(I understand why you’re transitioning away from
cleanapk.org, so no need to explain that again.)
I also note that uninstalling Scratch that. Not possible to uninstall (except maybe via ADB).
Apps Lounge seems to be an option, so thanks for that.