ProtonMail is well-known for its encrypted e-mail service that’s constructed round defending on-line privateness. Round this time final 12 months, the corporate expanded its portfolio to supply a calendar service that boasted of the identical end-to-end encryption promise. ProtonCalendar, which was beforehand solely accessible by way of the online, is now accessible on Android.
The app is presently unique to paying ProtonMail or ProtonVPN subscribers and will be put in from the Google Play Retailer or downloaded from APK Mirror. It is presently in beta, but it surely nonetheless provides a lot of the options that the Net model does.
It could possibly handle as much as 10 calendars and permits customers to create, edit, and delete occasions. Any adjustments made inside the app will sync and replicate on the Net (and vice versa.) There’s help for mild/darkish mode, and customers also can add emojis — a nifty function that makes it simpler to see what’s on the schedule at a look.
Most significantly, the app provides end-to-end encryption, which implies that info such because the occasion title, description, location, and contributors, is encrypted on the system earlier than it reaches the servers. This ensures that nobody else can see your calendar occasions however you (and the folks you have shared them with.)
Proton says it is already engaged on bringing extra options to the Android app, equivalent to the flexibility so as to add contributors to an occasion, reply to invites, and import occasions. It is also engaged on an iOS app, whose availability shall be introduced in 2021.