Cryptomator

Cryptomator

By Skymatic UG (haftungsbeschraenkt)

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2016-03-09
  • Current Version: 1.3.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 36.28 MB
  • Developer: Skymatic UG (haftungsbeschraenkt)
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.2 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 105 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $3.99
Cryptomator App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Total 105 Reviews

Cryptomator App Description

Cryptomator makes your cloud storage trustworthy. The app encrypts files on your mobile device before they are uploaded to your cloud. Even if a third party gained unauthorized access to your files (e.g., hacker attack), your files are secure from prying eyes. SIMPLICITY Cryptomator has been developed with a strong focus on user-friendliness. • Simply create a vault and assign a password • No additional account or configuration needed • Unlock vaults with Touch ID / Face ID COMPATIBILITY Cryptomator is compatible with the most commonly used cloud storages and available for all major operating systems. • Compatible with iCloud Drive, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and WebDAV-based cloud storage services • Access your vaults on all your mobile devices and computers SECURITY Cryptomator for iOS is based on the solid open-source foundation of Cryptomator for Desktop. • File content and filename encryption with AES and 256 bit key length • Vault password is secured with scrypt for enhanced brute-force resistance • Vaults are automatically locked after sending app to background • Crypto implementation is based on the open-source library Obj-C Cryptor and is publicly documented GENERAL AWESOMENESS Cryptomator received the CeBIT Innovation Award 2016 for Usable Security and Privacy. We're proud to provide security and privacy for hundreds of thousands of Cryptomator users. CRYPTOMATOR COMMUNITY Join the Cryptomator Community and participate in the conversations with other Cryptomator users: https://community.cryptomator.org • Follow us on Twitter @Cryptomator • Like us on Facebook /Cryptomator

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Cryptomator App Reviews

  • Broken on Linux

    1
    By MaybeTinEar
    Avoid this garbage. For months they have known Linux support, which is an advertised feature, to be completely broken on the most popular Linux distributions. Consider the project abandoned, a failure.
  • Excellent

    4
    By Y-69
    The best easy to use file encryption app for Apple devices hands down. Simple to use and syncs across devices.
  • Doesn’t show existing iCloud vaults

    1
    By Domination5
    I bought this app so I could use vaults that I have synced in my iCloud Drive. When I attempt to add an existing vault from iCloud Drive it doesn’t find anything, no vaults, no files, nothing. Defeats the purpose of purchasing this app!
  • Image viewer needs improvement

    4
    By Competion is good
    Swiping left and right should go to the next/previous image. It’s currently very inconvenient to go forward and back looking for a file. Native Dropbox does a great job at viewing images.
  • Must need if you store stuff in cloud storage

    5
    By ky1e11c
    Awesome app
  • Seamless access to encrypted cloud files

    4
    By herilbw
    Would be 5 stars, if only it had the ability to download/cache thumbnails of photos/videos to more easily select items for viewing.
  • Needs galleries and offline support

    1
    By 12arcsecs
    This app really needs gallery/thumbnail support for photos. Offline support would be nice too.
  • MEGA.nz doesn't work

    1
    By The villain in glasses
    Like in the title MEGA cloud storage which I use isn't compatible apparently. A waste of 4.99 imo. The desktop app works great. If it's updated to work with MEGA I would give it 5 stars. I've also been looking at paying for amazon drive storage, but I Don't see that listed and idk if it's WebDAV compatible.
  • Yes yes yes

    5
    By rolleix
    SO MUCH WIN. This should ship by default on ALL devices. Lovely.
  • Essential app for encrypting data in the cloud!

    5
    By teaneedz
    On OS X, you can create an encrypted sparse image for storing files in the cloud, but for iOS this is the go to app. Well thought out UX. This takes the queazies out of storing on Dropbox. Also, since this app is x-platform and open source, security is available to anyone.

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