It is time for a different social media. One that respects our right to privacy. Finally, governments around the world are taking action! https://www.wired.com/story/facebook-ftc-antitrust-case-smoking-gun/
You can help by choosing secure and privacy-friendly services. Here are our recommendations: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/how-to-leave-google-gmail/ 💪😀
@vesperto A hidden service is already on our roadmap, but first we want to add lots of client improvements. Stay tuned!
I want to try this but how do I transfer everything from my Gmail and yahoo, without having to do it individually? That's the main thing putting me off trying Tutanota 🤔
@anniemo71 Just start using it as your second account and transfer step by step. No need to do it all in one go. ;)
@anniemo71 @Tutanota This is what I did from Gmail - once you start signing up new things with your tutanota account you'll slowly start using it more than your Gmail account. It's a long process though unless you start switching email addresses in all your services accounts. I've been using both for about a year now, but whereas it was 90% gmail, 10% tutanota, it's now 80% tutanota, 20% gmail.
Thanks for the feedback folks.
I did try to sign up a few hours ago for the free version, just to try it. Sadly, when I got to the tick boxes. One stating that I don't have another free account. The page just freezes.(on my android)
Tried 6 times so then gave up. I will try to remember to give it another go tomorrow though.
@Tutanota some pretty basic recommendations imo.. Tresorit is proprietary - people would be better off using Seafile (hosted in Germany on Mars, Luckycloud, YourSecureCloud) or Nextcloud (on TheGoodCloud (NL), or Hosting.de (Germany))
OsmAnd is like the suckiest version of OSM - Maps.Me is way better for android - and their premium version is fairly priced at $6 a year.
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