Seems to work well, interchanges encrypted files with the Chrome app UI is a bit confusing when selecting where to load and save files from, and it lacks the "random filename" option but those are minor niggles. Thanks for this!
Performs well, minor changes suggested If you have miniLock for Chrome, you should definitely get this for your Android phone. Encrypting/decrypting files is fairly simple, but the UI makes the process a bit confusing the first time. Would recommend using a file explorer to complement this app when opening the miniLock files. RECOMMENDATIONS: -Decryption notification should have a notification click -Make the encryption process more straightfoward -Material design UI refresh (nit picking; not completely necessary)
Love the app and look forward to see improvements. PROS:Works both ways with the miniLock chrome app! Lightweight and fast. |CONS:UI needs improvement; Bug makes stored addresses disappear; file picker integration desperately needed.CONCLUSION: Love the app and look forward to see improvements.
OpenSource? I want to use this app but I need to be sure the tools I use to encrypt/decrypt my sensitive data are trustworthy. Would you be willing to opensource your app?
Proprietary non-free software No access to the source code that I can find. Builds on a successful minilock project, which is licensed under the GNU AGPL, and closes the source.
Fix issue with installing on older Android versions