Absolutely fantastic app for PGP encryption! Only one thing I am missing is a fingerprint reader support. Ability to remember the passwords of my encrypted private keys and to unlock them just using a tap of my finger would be so great!
I like the new design. However I don't think it's wise to have newly created keys with NO EXPIRATION DATE by default! When I was creating my key, I was expecting to get a dialog about expiration date bit no such option was presented. I already have two keys floating around that I can't revoke and that have no expiry date. Please reconsider this so people won't make the same mistake as me! Remember to backup your keys fellas :D
Great app. I'm using this to seamlessly access encrypted files on my Linux box using KDE's KGpg through Dropbox. Works great. And you guys had this vulnerability tested with Cure53. That is incredibly responsible! Perusing their report convinced me this app was safe enough for my use
I imported public keys but could not use them in K9 to encrypt emails. Instead, the app insists on creating a new key pair or importing secret key also. What if secret is not available (as in most cases). I never had a problem like that with APG. I also find UI of APG superior. Unfortunately, it looks K9 dropped support for APG. The only good thing is that this app support some EC encryption, hopefully non-NIST curves too.
Awesome 👍 There's also a great step-by-step tutorial on the website on how to setup and then integrate this app with K-9 Mail app to sign and secure your emails.
On my computers I use a full blown version of PGP. This little Android app does an excellent job on my tablet.
* Better support for large keys
* Improve import of Gpg4win asc files
* Experimental support for Elliptic Curve Encryption with Security Tokens
* Redesigned key import screen
* Design improvements to key lists
* Support for keyserver onion addresses