ProtonMail offers encrypted contacts for both web and mobile applications (https://protonmail.com/blog/encrypted-contacts-manager/). Calendar and note functionality will be released in the future.
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It would be a great idea IF you had someone there to talk to.
There already are several secure+encrypted+fully-open-source chat programs, but it's hard to convince your family and friends to use it, so it would be a bit waste of resources to build that app.
Truth is... There isn't any secure cloud storage I would trust to put sensitive data on. It is said that Mega encrypts your data but MEGA's ex-CEO just admit they steal all your data like hell...
So yea that would be a great idea. Hard and tough, but a smart move.
But why... You already have lots of web browsers, just do some research.
That being said, why would you build a browser using these engines, as there are already lots of browsers... Plus, you'd need mobile versions in order to sync the favorites on all your devices.
Me, personally, I like to stay as google-less as possible, and for that same reason I use Firefox (with SpiderMonkey and Gecko engines).
Btw there are firefox versions (since firefox is fully-open-source) focused on user privacy (WaterFox).
Thank you for your suggestion. Password security is incredibly important and something we take very seriously at Proton Technologies. We will consider add a Password Manager to our product suite roadmap.
You can use fully open-source applications for that.
I use KeePass 2 for my Desktop, TinyKeePass on Android (available on F-Droid) and Tusk (extension) on my web browsers. These 3 programs are fully open-source and since they all use the KeePass protocol they're all considered safe.
There are already lots of open-source password managers. I think we should give share new and nonexistent ideas for proton team.
I know ProtonTeam would see this as one more problem, but in fact it would solve lots of problems that already exist:
1. No need to forward all my other inboxes to protonmail;
2. Since I won't need to forward all my other inboxes, the fake spoofing mail error won't be a problem;
3. Won't need 2 apps in order to use Proton on my Desktop (Thunderbird + Bridge), the client only would be good;