We’re very excited to launch our first open Beta version of PrivateMail and PrivateMail Files on Google Play! While these apps are in open Beta they are fully functional and have been thoroughly tested by our team members.
This first version has most of the common features that are widely used in our webmail platform of PrivateMail and PrivateMail files. Additional features like SecureShare and other new soon to be announced improvements will be added to both apps in the coming weeks and months.
We encourage all of our Android users to download the latest PrivateMail and PrivateMail Files app from Google play and let us know any feedback you may have, both positive and negative.
The PrivateMail app gives you secure mobile access to any mailbox stored on PrivateMail servers. This app enables you to perform all essential mail operations like viewing, composing and sending emails including OpenPGP encrypted emails. Access your inbox, contacts, notes, and even generate or manage OpenPGP keys directly within the app. All keys are stored locally in app and not on PrivateMail servers making it impossible for us to decrypt any content.
PrivateMail Files App
PrivateMail files allows secure mobile access to personal and encrypted files stored on PrivateMail servers. This app enables you to perform all essential files operations like viewing, renaming, deleting, sharing, offline mode, and AES-256 encryption/decryption support. PrivateMail files also supports standard and group share business plans. Easily create new folders or upload files directly from your mobile device. You can also decrypt any files stored on your PrivateMail encrypted folder using the built-in encryption settings.
What about iOS?
iOS is coming soon and should be available for download on the Appstore in one to two weeks. The PrivateMail apps for iOS has been in beta for some time and is going through some final stages before we release an open beta version to the public.
If you are an iOS user, don’t worry, your PrivateMail apps will be available soon! Follow our blog or twitter feed for the latest release announcements.