mobos For car navigation, there is magic earth which is even better than google maps if osm data is vailable.
I just tried it out and it is amazing, never heard about it before. It is including the traffic of my city and actually has public transport as well and knows at what point it has to include to nightlines and exclude the usual public transport.
Thank you very much for that recommendation! I'll forward it and maybe even start using it myself.
Have to read up on the privacy and security implications.
mobos Geometric weather is currently my choice but it'll depend on where your wheather data shall come from.
I think this one does everything a weather app needs to do.
mobos It depends on the use case how for a cloud. I don't think that there's a general perfect solution for clouds.
Btw there are many foss app lists and most of them are privacy respecting. r/degoogle focuses on (privacy respecting) apps that are not connected to google, apple or the like.
I'll look into r/degoogle. Thanks. The cloud replacement is most likely not gonna happen by a single simple solution.
As one uses it just to backup his pictures, the next one uses it to share files/pictures between devices and so on.
And it's kind of a thing that you won't have those features without either putting in the work and hosting something yourself, trusting someone or paying for this service.
TranceSeven For calendaring I use the SimpleMobileTools calendar. It will import/export ICS files. If you want to sync data with a server, then something like DAVx5 is required as well as an appropriate server (e.g. some webmail services support CalDAV, or setting up a CalDAV server yourself, though this would be too much for non-technical users).
Yeah, the syncing is going to be a no-go for the majority, but I think the one or other might be satisfied with Simple Calendar.
But I have to say that hosting a nextcloud server pretty much achieves everything and it is getting easier and easier (at least from my experience, even though I'm not using it myself anymore and just hosting it for someone else).
Maybe we get lucky and get to a point at which people buy finished servers for sub 200 bucks and host them theirself and it is super easy and the whole culture changes.......well....who am I lying to, ain't gonna happen. :D
TranceSeven I've never used a "wallet" app, as I just use Signal's "Note to Self" to retain important information.
Well, what I was thinking about was more like the apple wallet which links debitcards, flight tickets and so on, which either doesn't work at all with Signal (debitcards and paying over NFC with them) or it doesn't have the same smooth UX (PDFs of flight tickets and QR Codes for the terminals).
evalda That bank's web app works by any chance? If so Vanadium is the way to go
That's the way I do it and it works like a charm, the only downside I have is that I need a card with me to pay with at places that don't accept cash compared to some people which can do it over NFC with their linked card in their banking app and leave their card at home, but I can live with that.