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I'd like to give QField a try but I can not install it from Google Play Store. I do not want to create a Google account for privacy concerns.

Is there a possibility to install QField without using Play Store and a Google account, for example by using F-Droid?

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All releases can be downloaded directly from the github page, as stated in the documentation. All .apk packages there are signed.

If someone wants to make the effort of uploading it to F-Droid and keeping it up to date, that will be very welcome. If you want to dig into this best contact the user list or the github issue page to coordinate or for specific questions.

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