Proton Mail now in Public Beta!!

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UDPATE 5/19/2014: Due to very high demand, we have had to temporarily halt new user signups as we increase server capacity and security. For more information, click here.

The long wait and anticipation is finally over! Today, we’re happy to announce the launch of Proton Mail’s public beta. Now, any member of the general public can get a Proton Mail Beta account instantly. No more waiting for an invitation.

We will continue to work hard on further developing and improving Proton Mail from both a security and usability standpoint and would like to thank all of our several thousand users so far for their help and support. Every bug report that has been submitted has helped us to improve the product. You can keep up to date with our progress on our Twitter and also by viewing our Release Notes.

As our users from China, Iran, Russia, and other countries around the world have shown us in the past months, Proton Mail is an important tool for freedom of speech and we are happy to finally be able to provide this to the whole world.

Take back your online privacy now by creating a Proton Mail account.

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