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APG

There's no public key encryption for Android yet, but that's an important feature for many of us. APG tries to fill that void, with new features quickly being added. Hopefully APG will grow into a fully functional OpenGPG implementation of GPG or PGP calibre.

NOTE: requires Android 1.5+

See also: APG on GitHub. On IRC: irc.freenode.org, #apg-dev

Changes

24.03.2014 - v1.1.1

24.03.2014 - v1.1.0

10.10.2013 - v1.0.9

25.12.2010 - v1.0.8

15.08.2010 - v1.0.7

14.08.2010 - v1.0.6

30.06.2010 - v1.0.5

10.06.2010 - v1.0.4

10.06.2010 - v1.0.3

08.06.2010 - v1.0.2

05.06.2010 - v1.0.1

03.06.2010 - v1.0.0

older changes

Features

Features planned

 

Comments

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planck 11:42 April 13, 2014

Would you please add a new feature which support android full disk encryption ?

planck 18:45 April 13, 2014

Would you please add a new feature which support android full disk encryption ?

Or, create a virtual SdCard by APG encryption ?

Thialfihar 19:56 April 13, 2014

KTP: not sure how to help. Maybe you can create such a secret key with the program you used to create yours... and send it to me to reproduce the issue.

planck: I don't think that's within APG's scope and capability. Something like TrueCrypt might work, I just saw this: https://code.google.com/p/cryptonite/

planck 01:34 April 14, 2014

Thank you very much.

I have tested Cryptonite,however its encryption file seems doesn't be hide.

Of course, it is a very great app.

Thank you again.

planck 11:50 April 14, 2014

Whether to consider supporting a token (such as ikey2032) via mobile OTG ?

thanks...

FYI:

http://www.authguard.com/iKey-2032.asp

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH148909

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