just got my FP3+ with /e/ yesterday and installed the Aurora store for a number of apps I want to use. I usually use free apps or apps for paid services where I don’t have to pay for the app itself. But there are a few exceptions, most notably Threema.
However, I am hesitant to login with my Google account to get Threema to my new phone because of the warning Aurora gives me that this could result in my Google account being blocked. I am still unsure if I really want to stay with /e/, so my question is if this is just a “just in case” warning, or if there are really problems for people who use Aurora with their Google account, i.e. Google blocking their accounts or something similar.
There’s still the option to manually buy and download Threema at their website, but then I’d also have to manually update etc. and pay again, which is something I’d rather not do.