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Citizen Science Grid
The Citizen Science Grid is dedicated to supporting a wide range of research and educational projects using volunteer computing and citizen science.
Jan. 2017 Working Project. CPU only. Windows, Linux, Mac and Android.
I think their Android support ended when the subset_sum project concluded. It's now Windows, Linux, and x86 Mac only.

Their Android application was last seen on a course towards the Bermuda Triangle.
 
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DENIS@home and Enigma@Home have, to all appearances, been abandoned.
Free-DC is managing them still like active projects, but Boincstats shows them as "retired".

(Oh, and SETI@home is on its way into its indefinite hiatus.)

Edit, NumberFields@home and SRBase now have AMD GPU and NVIDIA GPU applications.

Edit 2, Rosetta@home and Universe@home have Android applications.
Universe@home does not have an active AMD GPU application anymore.
 
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Minecraft@home is a new project with a GPU app.

"Minecraft@Home studies questions related to Minecraft, such as the properties of worlds that can be generated from different random seeds."
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"Currently, this application only supports Windows 64-bit clients with an Nvidia GPU, this will be expanded to cover the majority of other platforms soon."
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