Proton

Product updates

  • Product updates
  • Proton Mail
A little over 7 years after we first released the first public beta for Proton Mail, we are excited to announce a newly redesigned Proton Mail for web! The new Proton Mail is available to everyone and offers a sharp new look, more personalization opt
An illustration of Proton Calendar beta for web and Android
  • Product updates
  • Proton Calendar
Proton Calendar, our privacy-focused calendar app, is now available in beta on Android and web for everyone who has a Proton Account. Protected by the same end-to-end encryption used in Proton Mail, this simple, easy-to-use, and intuitive calendar wi
  • Product updates
  • Proton Mail
At Proton, our core mission is to build an encrypted internet that is more safe and private for everyone. As part of this mission, we know how important it is to develop the tools you need to be efficient and productive. We are therefore very pleased
An illustration of Proton Calendar event invitations
  • Product updates
  • Proton Calendar
Have big plans? Now that you can use the Proton Calendar web app to send and receive event invitations, you can share your plans with anyone. This feature works with Proton Calendar as well as other popular calendars, allowing you to collaborate with
An illustration of the Proton Calendar Android app beta.
  • Product updates
  • Proton Calendar
UPDATE April 14, 2021: The Proton Calendar beta on web and Android is now available to everyone who has a Proton Mail account, including users with a Free plan. Today marks a major milestone in the development of Proton Calendar, our privacy-focused
Illustration of link sharing
  • Product updates
  • Proton Drive
This post was updated on January 5, 2023. You can now share any Proton Drive file or folder with anyone using a secure, shareable link. If you need to share sensitive material, you can require the link’s recipient to enter a password before they can
  • Product updates
  • Proton Mail
Have you ever fired off an ill-considered email and then thought oops! the moment you hit Send? Or have you sent off an email intended to impress the recipient, realizing with horror, seconds too late, that you have misspelled their name? And the “Re
Illustration of Proton Mail in iOS
  • Product updates
  • Proton Mail
If you’re an iPhone or iPad user, you can now set Proton Mail as your default email app in the latest version of iOS. This is a welcome decision from Apple to allow users to choose their preferred email service, and means that “mailto” links can now
An illustration of Proton Mail's public keys.
  • Product updates
  • Proton Mail
This summer, we conducted a security audit to determine whether Proton is susceptible to an attack against public key cryptography, known as a batch GCD attack. As a result of our analysis, we can confirm that none of our users is vulnerable to this
Proton 4.0 is now in beta
  • Product updates
Today, we are marking a major milestone in our mission to expand privacy online with the launch of a new beta version of Proton Mail for web that includes crucial new features like Single Sign-On and persistent sessions (“remember me”).  Today’s upd
  • Product updates
  • Proton Mail
UPDATE Sept. 15, 2020: SwissSign has dealt with the DDoS attack and has taken measures to prevent similar outages in the future. Therefore, we are using them again as our certificate authority. We have updated the fingerprints at the bottom of this a