Proton News

Since we released paid plans last month, many users have supported us by upgrading to paid plans. Proton Mail does not serve ads or abuse your privacy, so revenue from paid plans is essential for Proton Mail to continue operating. When paid accounts
We have some news regarding our iOS and Android mobile apps which we can now share with the community.  Due to more limited staffing over the weekend, we typically can’t do major releases at the end of the week. However, we decided to go ahead with
WE HAVE NOW RELEASED PROTON MAIL VERSION 3.1 TO ALL USERS. THIS IS A MAJOR UPDATE WHICH BRINGS NUMEROUS NEW FEATURES TO PROTON MAIL. For the first time, you can now use your own domain name with Proton Mail. This means emails sent to/from yourname@y
The release notes for Proton Mail v3.1 are below, it has already been released to a small number of users. This is one of our largest updates to date, and will be released to all users later this week, please check Twitter and Facebook for the offici
As many of you know, Proton Mail was previously scheduled to release today. However, we have had some issues getting our mobile app approved, specifically with the Apple App store. At the time of writing, our app still has not been approved for relea
The 3.0 version of Proton Mail brought many changes, such as a new column layout to go along with the existing row layout. Many other changes, such as improved cryptography to support public/private key encryption with custom domains, are largely inv
The following two versions have been released to all mobile app beta testers. If you want to participate in the Proton Mail mobile app beta program, it is possible to signup here. iOS: Version 1.1.10 Android: Version 1.0.45 (EDIT: we have released
EDIT Feb 18, 2016: We have published a release update here: /blog/protonmail-release-update Back in December, we announced that Proton Mail would be officially released next Tuesday. However, after an extensive discussion yesterday with all of our t
Proton Mail BETA v3.0 is finally here! Instead of waiting until next week, we decided to release our new webmail interface to existing users today. This release has all of the functionality of the 2.1 version of Proton Mail along with column view and
UPDATE 11 October 2021: We are now using Let’s Encrypt as the Certificate Authority that verifies the SSL certificates used to secure the Proton Mail and Proton VPN web sites. For more information on this, and for instructions on how to check the val
FOR 2016, WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO ANOTHER YEAR OF PROGRESS TOWARDS BUILDING EASY-TO-USE SECURE EMAIL. TODAY, WE ARE PUBLISHING OUR FIRST SECURITY ROADMAP. Over the course of 2015, we have taken several big steps towards making Proton Mail the easi