The Linux distribution for mobile devices and more…

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We are sick of not receiving updates shortly after buying new phones. Sick of the walled gardens deeply integrated into Android and iOS. That's why we are developing a sustainable, privacy and security focused free software mobile OS that is modeled after traditional Linux distributions. With privilege separation in mind.

Let's keep our devices useful and safe until they physically break!

What Others Say

»postmarketOS revolutionizes smartphone hacking«
Drew DeVault, FLOSS pioneer
»I think it's really amazing what you do. [...] I have also always thought that it was a goal to have spin-offs or distros that are derived from Alpine, and we have that with postmarketOS.«
Natanael Copa, Alpine Linux founder
»I feel like every project that's kind of in the Linux Mobile space has some sort of connection to postmarketOS. [...] For us in KDE, having always supported Plasma Mobile from its inception, even before I started contributing, to now also helping provide all the resources we use for development.«
Devin Lin, Plasma Mobile lead developer
»The enthusiasts behind the project are hard at work to port drivers for devices to the mainline Linux kernel. This ensures that devices can be used after vendors do not provide an up-to-date operating system anymore.«
Keywan Tonekaboni, c't (translated)
»With the widespread move to mobile devices, users lose control over their computing devices. PostmarketOS gives us the ability to run code that we can read and modify on these devices.«
Eric Evenchick, Hackaday