Proton Mail Android BETA v1.0.10 Release Notes

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We are happy to announce the release of Proton Mail Android v1.0.10! Full release notes below.

To learn more about how to get the Proton Mail Android mobile app beta, you can visit this page: https://proton.me/mail/download(new window)


New Features:
– Decrypt PGP/MIME messages from non-Proton Mail senders
– Access downloaded messages offline
– Support for special characters (eg. emojis)
– Option to turn off automatic background syncing in settings to save power
– Support for attachments for 64-bit devices
– Share multiple images via Proton Mail app

Bug Fixes:
– Fixed bugs related to missing line breaks in PGP messages
– Fixed bugs related to downloading large attachments
– Fixed synchronization issues between Android app and web app
– Fixed crashes related to clicking on push notifications
– Fixed crashes related to taking photos within the app
– Fixed crashes related to searching on some devices


Improvements:
– Added more information to push notifications
– Significantly reduced power consumption
– Automatic capitalization in editor
– Some minor design improvements


Known Issues:
– Only Android 4.0+ is supported
– Account creation is disabled
– Login from mobile is only allowed for accounts registered in our mobile beta program
– Draft autosave is not yet enabled
– App is not yet optimized for tablet

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