Proton Mail Android v1.7.0 Release Notes

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We’re happy to announce the new notifications snooze and schedule notifications snooze functions coming with Proton Mail Android version 1.7.0.

The updated app also includes new languages support like Dutch, Polish, Spanish, Italian, several bug fixes and improvements, and is now available for download.

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Notifications Snooze

Email notifications can be essential during working hours, but in the event of an important meeting or downtime from the frenetic digital world, everyone needs some time off. This is why Proton Mail now offers the option of choosing to instantly snooze or schedule to snooze your notifications at a given time of the day, with the possibility of repeating this action automatically.

Scheduling notifications snooze allows you to choose the hours interval and days in which notification will automatically be disabled. Manually snoozing notifications allows you to disable and re-enable notifications on the go.

When snooze is in effect, your Proton Mail app notifications are turned off until scheduled or manual snooze is switched off and notifications are turned back on.

The full release notes for Android secure email app v1.7.0 can be found below:

New Features

  • Snooze notifications
  • Schedule snooze notifications
  • Language added: Dutch, Polish, Spanish, Italian

Bug Fixed

  • Fix draft saving problem

Improvements

  • Several improvements and fixes
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Irina Marcopol

Irina is one of Proton's longest-serving team members, charged with strengthening and growing our brand and the Proton community. With a background in visual design, events management, and digital marketing, she strongly supports the protection of private data and contributes to building a better internet for generations to come.

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