Protonmail launches Calendar App in Beta

A message from ProtonMail

Dear Proton community,

After the challenges that came with 2020, we wish you all a prosperous and healthy 2021! Proton’s mission has always been to build an internet that protects privacy and puts your interests first, and this year is no different. 

In the past year, we have seen how closely democratic freedom is interlinked with internet freedom, leading to increased scrutiny of Big Tech companies for their abuses of user data and monopolistic practices. What we need is an internet where all citizens can control their data, exercise their rights, and be safe.

Our mission is to build an internet that puts people first. We believe privacy is a fundamental human right, which is why we remain committed to serving ALL Proton users, regardless of your nationality or political views.

We’re starting 2021 by introducing new apps, like Proton Calendar for Android and ProtonVPN for Android TV, and new features, like Undo Send for ProtonMail. We’ll cover each of these in this newsletter, along with the results of our 2020 fundraiser and some groundbreaking changes in Big Tech regulation in Europe.

Our new Proton Calendar app for Android is now available in early access for all paid users. Available on the Play Store, the app syncs across all devices so you can securely access your schedule from anywhere.

Once this app exits beta, it will be available to everyone, including Free users.

This marks a major milestone in the development of our privacy-focused calendar.

The app has most of the current features available for the web, including end-to-end encryption of event details, up to 10 calendars, notifications, recurring events, emojis, light and dark mode, and more.

Start using Proton Calendar beta for Android

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