Privacy-friendly and open source alternatives to Google’s products

Below is a list of privacy-friendly (mostly open source) alternatives to Google’s products.

Email me at rpsa at pm [dot] me to add alternatives.

Google products Alternatives
Google Chrome Firefox
Google Search Searx info
Google Maps OpenStreetMap
Google Analytics Matomo
Goat Counter
Google Chrome Passwords Bitwarden
Firefox Lockwise
Butter cup
Google Sheets EtheCal
LibreOffice (use locally)
Google Docs Etherpad (instances)
LibreOffice (use locally)
Google Translate DeepL
Google News Winds
RSS feed
Google Messages Signal
Google Mail ProtonMail
Google Photos Piwigo
Google Keep Standard Notes
Simple Note
Mak ink
YouTube PeerTube
Google Blogger Ghost
Google DNS Cloudflare
Google Drive NextCloud
Google Meet Jitsi Meet
Google Voice Mycroft
Google Scholar arXiv
Google Contacts NextCloud
See alernatives to Gmail
Google Calendars NextCloud
Google Groups Discourse
Google Ads Any suggestions?
Google Alerts Any suggestions?
Use RSS feeds
Google Slides Etherpad
LibreOffice (use locally)
Google Flights Any suggestions?
Google Finance Any suggestions?
Google Weather wttr.in
Google Forms NextCloud Forms
Google Store F-Droid

There are a lot more privacy-friendly products and apps you can use! Here is a list.

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