Cloud drive service backed by ProtonMail box.
Also interested by a ProtonDrive feature.
Please also with a backup and sync feature!
I'm ready to pay for two things:
1. Lifetime subscription to ProtonMail (I'm currently paying annually, which is fine, but Lifetime just seems better)
I would love to see proton drive. I am starting my own contractor job doing audits. I have been testing ProtonMail and currently purchase ProtonVPN. If proton drive comes about I will be switching to all proton paid services for business and private use!! Keep me updated!!
Dear Proton People,
When are you planning to start the Proton Cloud Service? Looking forward to it!
Would very much would like to have proton mail cloud service as an option.
I love Protonmail. It's my main email service now. Can't wait for you guys to bring in a secure private encrypted cloud storage service. I just don't trust the privacy of services like Dropbox or Google cloud storage and refuse to use them. I'm sure most loyal Protonmail subscribers are praying you'll make release of Protondrive a priority.
To accelorate ProntonDrive even if it started life as a hosted version of something like OwnCloud it would be a great start.
Pierre van Male commented
I am considering switching from Google Drive to Nextcloud (hosted on DigitalOcean), but I am aware that I am not in a position to ensure the best maintenance of the server and I would also love ProtonMail to offer a Cloud solution in addition to the mail one.
Any more details on ProtonDrive project mentioned here and there on Internet?
Steven Buytaert commented
I would love a secured cloud storage solution, that works also under Linux. Like e.g. Dropbox with extended file attributes and a transparent synchronization mechanism.
Kevin Mickle commented
I was just reviewing some documents I have stored in Evernote, and realized that I didn't know much about Evernote's security and privacy layers. After switching to ProtonMail, I've become much more conscientious about my online security, and I would absolutely LOVE it if Proton created an online file storage system.
While something similar to Dropbox, OneDrive, or Google Drive would be nice, I think it would be great if they were able to incorporate features of Evernote as well; specifically, the ability to store documents with attached notes and tags. It would be a plus, but less necessary, to also have a feature for just taking quick notes directly into the drive, without needing to attach a document.
I'm happy to see this as a Planned feature, and you'll get my money when the time comes.
This feature would ensure I make protonmail my primary email and use it to store all my sensitive data.
Phil Landmeier commented
This is exciting, but for me there would have to be a synchronization app for Linux like Dropbox has -- that auto-synced selected folders with the cloud.
hello- very excited about this! Can it include encrypted forms? thank you!
You have my full support for an encrypted cloud storage service. Anything to get away from Dropbox and Google Drive, keep up the great work.
I see ProtonDrive is marked as "Planned." Do you know when it will roll out?
Edmund Laugasson commented
Why not partner with pCloud https://www.pcloud.com - they are also Swiss company and have strong security.
Very good idea. Maybe you should take a look to Switchdrive, for collaboration or other. They're Swiss, like you, hosted in Switzerland, and concerned with confidentiality too.
Doesnt matter commented
If the cloud service is not provided by amazon or Google Im in