A few apps that life is forcing me to use that are either the devil himself (Google) or need the devil's permission to function (Google framework).
I would like to keep my real identity separate and isolated from everything else that I do when I'm not using platforms that know my real identity.
My email provider would know my real identity because there would be things in my inbox that have what identifies me, such as my name.
Things that I could use without having to reveal my real identity would be something like the browser.
So I have the email provider, "A" and then I have the browser, "B".
I don't want A to know about me on B or even know that I'm on there...and vice versa.
My initial plan was separate phones for both...no sharing networks.
But if I can achieve the same isolation with one phone, then I'd prefer that. So I was wondering, is it possible? Does GrapheneOS provide airtight isolation if I used its sandboxing feature for A?
Appreciate your feedback!