Android's k9mail now Supports PGP

by Developer.com Staff

Open source k9mail is an e-mail client for Android. The latest version is the first e-mail program to support the Android Privacy Guard.

Android's k9mail, known as K-9, is now the first e-mail client for the Android to support PGP digital signatures and encryption using Android Privacy Guard.

K-9 and APG are both available free of charge from the Android Market.

In addition to encryption support, k9mail version 3.0 has improved IMAP support, as well as other enhancements.

You can learn more about K-9 version 3.0 in the release notes.

This article was originally published on Monday Aug 16th 2010
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