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List of free and open-source iOS applications

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List of free and open-source iOS applications

This is an incomplete list of notable applications (apps) that run on iOS which meet guidelines for free software and open-source software.
Application name Description License Source Notes
Firefox Mobile web browser MPL 2.0 git
Signal Encrypted voice calling and instant messaging GPLv3 git Compatible with RedPhone and TextSecure on Android.
Telegram Instant messaging GPLv2 git Also available for Android, Windows Phone, and Firefox OS.
Vim A port of the UNIX based text editor to iOS, with syntax highlighting Free software git
VLC for iOS A port of the free VLC media player MPL 2.0
GPLv2+
git
The White House The official White House app MIT git
wikiHow wikiHow app GPL git
WorldHeritage The official WorldHeritage app MIT git Also available for Android, webOS and Kindle.
WordPress The official WordPress app GPLv2 git Also available for Android.

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