phukewe69's Review of IpgmailReviewed on 9/20/19 2:17 PM
The most frustrating non functioning garbage I’ve ever used
Floramick84's Review of IpgmailReviewed on 9/20/19 2:17 PM
The private key is as strong as the password protecting it, for that reason the password is software generated and can’t be memorized. If pgp message is imported through clipboard the app would ask for password which you have to switch the app again to go copy it and return to the app to see the password screen gone!. I wish the developer make it possible to store the password in the app and enable it by touch/face ID
mynameisadamdarnit's Review of IpgmailReviewed on 9/20/19 2:17 PM
Very happy to find this, super cool!!
mrapplegate's Review of IpgmailReviewed on 9/20/19 2:17 PM
This update allows Curve25519 keys to be used. Other than that is still the go to PGP/GPG iOS app. It does it all.
teaneedz's Review of IpgmailReviewed on 7/29/18 5:00 AM
Worth every star.
LosAngeles90631's Review of IpgmailReviewed on 7/12/18 4:43 AM
Phillip Zimmerman (Google the Name) put PGP together and allowed people to communicate with other people (on the internet) freely without the fear of reprisals, retaliation, prison and jail, torture, persecution, and other government sponsored “goodies” - rightfully or wrongfully! This open coded app allows the public military level encryption. It is so powerful, once governments see its use, they/we concentrate on secondary surveillance techniques (reading the hard drives of sending or receiving computers) totally abandoning attempts to decode the message. I worked in SIGINT (Signal Intelligence) and I use this for personal emails.
Abasy's Review of IpgmailReviewed on 6/14/18 2:11 AM
This app is great if you are not familiar with PGP or encrypt in Messages. It is very user-friendly and works great!
rafass.com's Review of IpgmailReviewed on 2/9/18 5:51 PM
[update] working perfectly, I love it, keep it up 🤙
ChristopherMN12's Review of IpgmailReviewed on 12/24/17 12:55 AM
Given the limitations of integrating security features into stock iOS apps, this works surprisingly well. It allows easy search of keyservers, import of existing public/private keys, and does most of the heavy lifting required to get a PGAp encrypted/signed email out the door. The UI feels a bit dated, but I’m more interested in the functionality, which it delivers. Well worth the money.
Shillary Crookton's Review of IpgmailReviewed on 12/22/17 4:53 AM