I ask because over on the QKSMS Github people are posting it has been abandoned. (
What does that mean for /e/ OS? People there also mention a fork of QKSMS called Partisan-SMS and has encrypted SMS messages.
@Manoj can Partisan-SMS be considered for /e/ OS since it seems to be more privacy focased withh encrypted SMS?
Here is a link to it. https://github.com/wrwrabbit/Partisan-SMS
Regain your privacy! Adopt /e/ the unGoogled mobile OS and online services
I’m not sure if it’s judicious to choose an app from group which is strong active with politic background, if it’s still remain next years or will be demantelated at last…
Alternatively /e/ community proposal would be
A consolidated list of user recommendations of Free and Open Source FOSS applications.
Feel free to add your recommendations to this list.
Please only include application which are confirmed to work on /e/ OS
Column Category will be the generic grouping under which the application would come…for example Games, News etc
Column 'Application Name` will have the name of the application
Column 'Available for download` will have the name of the site from where you can download the application …
with encryption capability
silence android sms is maybe no more active too …
but on fdroid we find
simple sms https://f-droid.org/en/packages/com.simplemobiletools.smsmessenger/
The /e/OS App is a fork of QKSMS …
https://gitlab.e.foundation/e/os/Message, meaning /e/OS developers maintain it themselves and the /e/OS App is not bound to whatever fate of the original QKSMS.
That’s good. I wasn’t sure if they maintain it or rely on the development of the stock app.
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