Our ProtonMail Android app is now open source! Starting today, every app you use to access Proton services are open source and have passed an independent security audit. You can find all the details here.

@protonmail Very good news! Are there any plans to make the app available on F-Droid?

@M1986 Nice. Last time I asked it was not. My bad, I should have checked again. Thank you. @protonmail

That's great news. Are you going to publish it via @fdroidorg as well?

@protonmail this is excellent news!!! That's awesome and congrats! I will be in the camp however of "So when are you going to push it to F-Droid?" Hehe 😁

@protonmail its_over_frodo.png. Fantastic!

How long do you think it'll take to get it on F-Droid?

@protonmail Great news, thanks for your efforts! I also add to the people who are requesting this: do you intend to make it available thorugh @fdroidorg? That would make a lot of sense for people using an Android without Google Apps, and using such Android makes a lot of sense for people concerned with privacy, which is probably the kind of people who use Proton Mail and services 😉

@protonmail I think you've great service but sometimes the ProtonMail Bridge is a little bit slow and I don't know the reason why.

Anyway I've a question. How can I upgrade this ProtonMail Bridge? The software tell me I've to upgrade, but how can I do it? I need the 32 bits version for Windows 10.

@inspirator Hi there Bajko - Normally, you'd go to Help: click on > Check for updates to download new updates. If a new update is available, you will be prompted to download it.

However, since you're using the 32 bits version, you'll need to manually download it from here:

Currently, we don’t support 32 bit systems anymore, and you can read about why right here:

We hope this helps!

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