Open source applications for Android

I recently dropped my old phone in the toilet, because I'm clumpsy and have soaphands. This wasn't all bad though, since this meant I could do something I've wanted to do for a while; get a Fairphone 3.

It's a great phone, built to be repaired, and to get the people making it a living wage. There's no FOSS operating systems avalaible for it yet though. Fortunately, you can use the phone without logging in to a Google-account. So my phone is still tracking me, but Google doesn't know that it's me.

I have replaced all applications but the dialer, E-ID, and my banking app with open source alternatives. Below is a list of some of the applications that I have installed on my device and what functionality they are providing on my phone.

Application Functionality
Antennapod Amazing podcast app, even better than PodcastAddict which was my old goto
Aurora Lets me install stuff from the Google-store without an account, like my banking app
Connectbot Ssh-client
Davx5 Lets me sync my contacts to my Nextcloud with CardAV instead of to Google
Easer Automation, kind of like tasker
F-Droid Repository of open source applications, this is what is making all this possible
Fennec-Fdroid Un-mozilla-branded version of Mozilla Firefox
Frost Unfortunately I can not ditch Facebook entirely, Frost is an interface for Facebook.
K9-Mail My favourite android e-mail client
Osmand+ Replaces Google Maps
Nextcloud To sync and upload stuff to my own Nextcloud-server
OpenCamera Replaces the stock camera
OpenKeychain Handles my GPG-keys
OpenLauncher Fast and quick launcher
Passwordstore Interface for pass
Skytube A Youtube-interface
RedditSlide Really neat Reddit-reader