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Remove the fear of Android app compatibility on de-Googled devices.
Google Play Services are an integral part of most Android devices that enable users to utilize their Google account on their phone, as well as enable Google-specific features for applications that rely on them.
When users move to a de-googled ROM like GrapheneOS, CalyxOS or LineageOS, they are faced with opening their standard applications hoping they work. Plexus aims to beat the guessing game and allow users to know exactly what will happen once they flash a new ROM. Plexus supports ROMs with no Google Play Services e.g: (GrapheneOS), as well as ROMs with microG, an open source alternative of Google Play Services, e.g: (CalyxOS).
To view app data, visit the Plexus Website
To view the CSV spreadsheet (and contribute) view it here.
To create or view app requests where other testers can contribute and volunteer to test for you, go here
To join our Matrix room, go here.
NOTE: Plexus is only for applications directly or indirectly from the Google Play Store. Please do not submit applications from F-Droid as they are all expected to work.
Start a pull request with your apps to submit. Ensure you're maintaining the proper CSV format in alphabetical order to make merging as simple as possible.
Email email@example.com with all your apps you use on your phone that are from the Google Play Store (Directly or Indirectly) with the following information:
I will then update the spreadsheet myself.
If you're unable to find an application within Plexus and don't have the means of testing them yourself, you can submit an App Request where other testers can test apps on your behalf. This is purely on a volunteer basis. There will be methods of incentivizing volunteers down the road.
To submit an application request, do one of the following: