The complete list of alternatives to all Google products

With growing concerns over online privacy and securing personal data, more people than ever are considering alternatives to Google products. After all, Google’s business model essentially revolves around data collection and advertisements, both of which infringe on your privacy. More data means better (targeted) ads and more revenue. The company pulled in over $116 billion in ad revenue last year alone – and that number continues to grow.

But the word is getting out. A growing number of people are seeking alternatives to Google products that respect their privacy and data. This guide aims to be the most exhaustive resource available for documenting alternatives to Google product. So let’s get started (in no particular order or preference)…
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5 Responses to The complete list of alternatives to all Google products

  1. itshot says:

    interesting, not 15 min later and when refreshing the page, it’s been hijacked and redirecting to some bullchitt viagra ad….i guess googhoul runs the show

    • Scott says:

      Works for me…though if it’s still giving you trouble, try this link: https://outline.com/amF9hF

      I’ve been considering replacing the stock Android load on my phone lately…already have LineageOS on an ancient Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 (it’s pretty much only used as a 3D-printer monitor at this point), but might give /e/ a shot on my Moto Z Play.

    • itshot says:

      ok, good…back to normal 4.5 hrs later

  2. itshot says:

    nevermind, this thread is still jacked up

  3. Gordon says:

    Thanks for posting this, I’ve been putting together a similar list for myself. But it looks like someone beat me to it.
    One service that I would add (I have no connection to them) is Mail.com. There is a reasonable annual fee but totally worth it. They obviously do mail; but also have a contact manager, Android app, calendar, storage, and recently introduced a Docs alternative. Oh yeah, they have over 250 domain names you can choose from. The only down side is that their Android app is having issues with its latest release. I hope they get it together. I have been using Mail.com for about 20 years.

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