switching to F-Droid for Android apps.
“A polluted ocean of apps is plaguing Android, an operating system
built upon Free and Open-Source Software (FOSS) but now barely resembling
those venerable roots. Today, the average Android device is not only
susceptible to malware and trackers, it’s also heavily locked down and
loaded with proprietary components—characteristics that are hardly the
calling cards of the FOSS movement.
Though Android bears the moniker of open-source, the chain of trust between developers, distributors, and end-users is broken.”