Privacy and anonymity have become big buzzwords among developers and end users. Being able to offer software, apps and other online productivity tools that include an encryption layer are what people are clamoring for these days. Communication protocols that feature better protection and security are extremely popular and user demand shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon.
One of the challenges that users face are having to use a variety of different encrypted products to satisfy their various privacy needs. For instance, you may use a privacy-centric text messaging app on your mobile device and an encrypted cloud storage product for file sharing on your desktop. Ideally, an all-in-one privacy suite would make things much easier. Thankfully, one well-known developer has decided to make that possible.
Nadim Kobeissi, the genius behind privacy software like Cryptocat and Minilock, has created a powerful privacy suite that makes instant messaging, file sharing, document storage and more available through a single encrypted system. Hurray!
Peerio allows you to store important files online and send them anywhere using end-to-end encryption. Large or smile file transfer are secure and simple to share using drag-and-drop and the best part is you can access them anytime and from anywhere. Peerio blends convenience and privacy together and it tosses in additional features too.
- Ad free forever
- Available for Windows and Mac
- Mobile app for Android and iOS launching soon
- Self-destructing file
- Easy search and seek
Peerio is great for security-focused individuals that are seeking a secure way to communicate. Take Peerio for a spin and let us know what you think.
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