Build a smartphone app or ability to use the MS Outlook app to access ProtonMail.
App access to ProtonMail from a smartphone.
ProtonMail has the Bridge that allows use with third party email clients on desktop devices: https://protonmail.com/blog/thunderbird-outlook-encrypted-email/.
For mobile devices, please see our native mobile apps:
iOS app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/protonmail-encrypted-email/id979659905?mt=8
Android app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ch.protonmail.android&hl=en
I do need my web protonmail to be available also on my androïd.
What is required to achieve that?
Why only for paid users? Come on please. There are significant number of people who can’t afford paid account. Mainly developing countries. And also, when will the linux version will be released?
windows phone please!
please for Windows Phones too.
Please, dont forget Windows Phones.
What about Windows Phone?!
We are working on releasing apps for both iOS and Android to be released in the next couple months. Outlook integration is further off: https://support.protonmail.ch/knowledge-base/third-party-email-client-integration-outlook-thunderbird-apple-mail-ect/.
Markus Jansson commented
This is similiar request that I already made at:
The point should be to focus on the fact that users emails would remain secured even after Protonmail servers compromise.
any easy guide set up for iphone 5 and outlook - is it working?
I agree with all the comments here, if an email client is going to take longer, build in a push notifications, that can send notifications to my other email addresses so that I know to check in. Until Proton-mail becomes more widely used, and I have other contacts who have been accepted, I don't receive enough emails to check often enough. I often forget I even have this email account.
Omar Rizvi commented
Can someone in charge of biz dev for protonmail contact me?
While a mobile app would be great in the meantime i'd be happy with a mobile app that just sent push alerts to let me know to log in and check my inbox ...
They're already working on a smartphone app. MS Outlook is not possible until they implement something like a ProtonMail Client: https://protonmail.uservoice.com/forums/284483-feedback/suggestions/7393477-protonmail-client
I know there has been many requests but and in general I am happy in favour of security over easy of use but... I see tutanota/keemail and lavaboom plus a whole load of other e-2-e encryption services gaining more traction due to the fact they are/will deliver on this fast. I like Protonmail and want all my friends to use it too!