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Version 2.1.0 Release Notes New Features * Added the ability to receive inline PGP and PGP/MIME messages from non-Proton Mail senders (such as Facebook). * Themes have returned (Settings -> Appearance). Some 2.0 compatible themes can be fou
We are happy to announce the release of Proton Mail iOS v1.0.9! This will be made available very soon for iOS beta testers.  EDIT: Proton Mail v1.0.9 is being held up longer than usual by Apple for review, release to beta testers will likely be delay
Update Dec 14, 2015 – We are happy to announce that Android/iOS beta slots are available again! A year ago, we had a record breaking Indiegogo campaign which provided us with the funds to begin development of the mobile apps. To thank those early su
Edit (November 2017): Proton Mail also appeared at the end of S03E08 (3.7dont-delete-me.ko). The last scene shows Elliot in his apartment where he checks his inbox and finds an email from Tr3nton, with the subject line “Don’t delete me”. A few weeks
The news was first broken by Lavaboom developer pzduniak on Reddit. Since we are also working on bringing privacy back online, we can understand better than most the many challenges that must be overcome to build a secure email service. The truth is
Version française ci-dessous Proton Mail 2.0 is a completely new code base, redesigned from the ground up to provide better performance, security, and flexibility. We are happy to announce today that we have completely open sourced Proton Mail 2.0 a
Earlier today, we released Proton Mail 2.0 to the world. We are happy to announce that we are also releasing Proton Mail 2.0 as open source software! From the beginning, we have been strong proponents of open source software and the core cryptography
August 13th, 2015 (Geneva, Switzerland) Proton Mail, a leader in email security and privacy, is announcing today that it is releasing the 2.0 version of its popular email service. The 2.0 release is the biggest update since Proton Mail was first lau
Proton Mail BETA v2.0 is finally here! This is by far our biggest update ever. Unlike our other updates, 2.0 is a completely new system, so we will only announce the big changes. There are countless smaller improvements that you need to see for yours
At Proton, our mission is to build a better internet where privacy is the default. In order to do this, community participation in securing Proton Mail, Proton Calendar, and Proton Drive is essential, and that is the spirit behind our bug bounty prog
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