Release Notes p≡p for Android

Version Release 1.1.207

Release Date: 26.10.2020

  • Full support for 64-bit architectures

  • Improved pEp Sync behaviour

  • Improved storage usage

  • Improved behaviour against PGP signature spoofing attacks

  • Updated components and dependencies

  • Many minor fixes

Version Release 1.1.206

Release Date: 01.10.2020

  • Improved display of embedded content

  • Improved behaviour with screen rotation

  • Improved import for keys with passphrase

  • Improved settings-switch for threaded view

  • Fixed issues with app crashes

  • Fixed issue when adding more than 10 accounts

  • Fixed issue with search function on certain devices

  • Fixed issue with “Quiet Time”

Version Release 1.1.204

Release Date: 10.09.2020

  • fixes issue with trusted server

  • fixes issue with multiple accounts and unified inbox

Version Release 1.1.201

Release Date: 09.09.2020

  • fixes crash with external links

Version Release 1.1.200

Release Date: 04.09.2020

  • Improved p≡p Sync between devices with sub-folder

  • Improved PGP key import

  • Support for passphrases

  • Support for more Android devices

  • Support for more account types

  • Improved structure of settings

  • Improved translations

  • Removed obsolete permission request

  • Many minor improvements and bug fixes

Version Release 1.1.006

Release Date: 05.05.2020

New Features

  • Reset

  • p≡p Sync

  • Private Key import from PGP/pEp clients

  • Design updates

  • Show Reset Trust buttons for all grey identities in handshake dialog

  • Introduction Tutorial

Resolved Bugs

  • various bugs fixed

Version Release 1.0.200

New Features

  • p≡p and PGP Key import wizard.

  • Change crash report email address

  • Increase Target SDK to at least 26

Resolved Bugs

  • various bugs fixed

Version Release 1.0.100

New Features

  • Encrypt/decrypt emails and their subjects

  • Store messages encrypted or unencrypted on the server (Untrusted or Trusted server)

  • Compatibility with OpenPGP (as a p≡p user you can communicate with users that use OpenPGP)

  • Passive Mode (public key only attached if the communication partner uses p≡p)

  • Automated, decentralized key management

  • Import Private Keys

  • Update to Material Design

  • Added support for Extra Key

  • Automated Google Account setup

Resolved Bugs

  • More than 100 bugs fixed