Finally secure SMS using PGP Having been a GPG (GNU PGP) user on Linux and various other UNIX and Unix-like systems for years now it is refreshing to have a secure SMS client leveraging PGP for encryption. Now I can use my PGP key that I've had for years. No more managing a myriad of keys and half baked encryption algorithms.
Looks great! Just started using it, it's been over 15 years since I seriously used pgp but with the recent nsa and fbi scandals it's time! I suppose the Orwellian world is inevitable, eventually, but as long as we have some freedom we are obligated to use it. All messages and communications of any kind should be encrypted! It's our civic duty as free peoples!
Issues with public key My friend has an S3, I can send him messages but he cannot send to me. He's deleted my key as well as uninstalled/reinstalled and I have sent him my key as well as automatically accept requests. Nothing works.
Doesn't play well with 3th party messaging apps. I'm changing my review from 1 star to 3 stars. After installing the app and try to figure out how it works and gave a bad review. The developer let me know that the app doesn't play well with 3th party messaging app like go sms. A little disclaimer on the description could have save a lot of trouble. Thanks.
Nice idea but.. UI is nice, intuitive. BUT. It crashed during 1st test message. Then to send another test message, the Lite version makes me wait a few minutes or upgrade to Pro for "excessive use". since it crashes, and I can't spend forever trying to test it.. its not likely I will ever wish to buy an unproven "pro"duct.
I wasn't happy It's absolutely impossible to try free app. You're forced to buy, if you would like to test it.
- added led notification
- CDMA fix #2
- added CDMA2000 support especially for carriers: verizon and sprint.