Despite a persistent legend, the Chromium web browser is strongly tight with many Google services, and thus is *NOT* ungoogled.
In /e/OS we are using a fully ungoogled Chromium web browser.
On Linux, Mac and Windows, you can use "ungoogled- chromium":
@gael tight → tied
@gael did you consider using geckoview https://www.raywenderlich.com/1381698-android-tutorial-for-geckoview-getting-started
@gael Yeah what about when they implement Manifest v3?
@clacke One simple web search gave me https://github.com/wchen342/ungoogled-chromium-android.
@clacke I was just about to answer that but you corrected yourself. 😌
@GeekDaddy Not maintained at the moment on Android (will probably change), need a fast webview for PWAs
@rugk @GeekDaddy Maybe the status has changed but a few months ago it was said it would be on hold until GeckoView was ready (found this link about it https://www.reddit.com/r/firefox/comments/8tf01f/firefox_android_fennec_is_on_hold/). Glad if it's back. If geckoview is fast enough we will probably put it as default in /e/OS.
That's exactly what I was wondering.
Also, we need /e/ on more phone. I use LineageOS for microG on my Xiaomi Mi8 in the meantime. I have some spare Xiaomi phone that I can use to test /e/, but none are listed 😅
@Skolliagh We depend a lot on community efforts ;-)
I know, sadly I don't have the coding skill to do it, so I hope someone will make more ROM for Xiaomi product.
@gael Which browser do you use in /e/ OS?
@seguridad Fork of Bromite
@gael Then if you use a fork I suppose that Bromite itself contains some trackers or Google code.
@gael I also wonder why all the ROMS, out there don't support Nokia smartphones... 😏
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