Privacy — PGP Messenger

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Today I present very first version of Privacy (not even 1.0), with minimum functionality, but yet it’s most usable than any other available tool for this single task which is: easily send private message.

  1. choose recipient (e-mail, username, or public key identifier) — application will search for published encryption keys of receiver and use it
  2. send message via e-mail

System extension

iOS 8 has system extensions, and Privacy can be used as an extension, but most apps do not look for data returned from an app, to the bes that I can do is put the encrypted data on the clipboard.


Next is decrypting. I’m currently in the process of testing various solutions to bring the best user experience reducing complication to maximum. I belive I can do it and revolutionize how PGP is used.

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