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    Secure your files in the cloud the easy way! And the best: It's for free!

    With Boxcryptor, you can encrypt your files before uploading them to Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive and many other providers without sacrificing safety, privacy, or comfort. Easily encrypt your files locally and access them via your smartphone or tablet – anywhere and anytime. Your cloud provider only receives encrypted files and you keep control of your data!

    NOTE: If you experience any problems with this app, please contact our support before leaving a 1-star review. You can submit a ticket here: http://support.boxcryptor.com - Thank you!

    Features:
    - Supports most cloud storage providers like Dropbox, Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive. See below for a complete list of supported providers
    - Access your encrypted files (documents, photos, music, etc.) in your cloud anytime and have your sensitive files always with you
    - Encryption and decryption is done directly on your device - your password is never transmitted
    - Secure file encryption using the AES-256 standard
    - Boxcryptor Unlimited users can also use filename encryption

    Tip:
    The Boxcryptor Company Package offers additional features for businesses:
    - Use a master key to be able to decrypt every employee's files
    - Set policies to enforce rules
    - Central user management and billing

    List of supported storage providers:
    Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Microsoft OneDrive for Business, Sharepoint Online, Box, SugarSync, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, Telekom MagentaCLOUD, Strato HiDrive, GMX MediaCenter, Web.de Smartdrive, Orange Cloud, hubiC, mail.ru Hotbox, mailbox.org Drive, CloudMe, Grau DataSpace, Storegate, Egnyte, Cubby, PSMail Cabinet, Livedrive, Yandex Disk and others using WebDAV. Additionally it is possible to encrypt files on your local device storage.

    Go to www.boxcryptor.com to find product manuals and more information about Boxcryptor.

    Boxcryptor requires the following permissions:
    - Network communication: Required for Internet access
    - Storage: Required to read/write files
    - Camera: Required to take photos directly in Boxcryptor
    - Start: Required for automatic camera upload
    - Vibrate: Required for haptic feedback

    Keywords: encryption, encrypted, AES, security, cloud, cloud storage

    Tags: boxcryptor , boxcryptor camera upload

    Users review

    from 3.313 reviews

    "Great"

    8.4

    Users comments

    Charith Perera

    by Charith Perera

    Jul 12, 2017  |  "Good"

    The lack of photo upload from SD card is a deal breaker. Means I can't replace my OneDrive app with this.

    Bryan Glasel

    by Bryan Glasel

    Jul 09, 2017  |  "Good"

    My current go-to cloud encryption software after Cloud Fogger shut down. Mostly works except that too often I have to do a lot of manual clean up after encrypting a folder. Missed files, delicate encrypted versions of files, fun stuff. However it does seem to be solid enough that I'm willing to put up with that.

    mark thorson

    by mark thorson

    Jul 07, 2017  |  "Good"

    So encryption is good as google are nosey so i use this to protect my photos and keep those freaks away. But this app has some major Ux issues. 1- password screen resets if leaving app meaning its a pain when using a password manger for strong passwords, sort this out devs. 2- touching the screen when logging in cancels the log in, issue being logging in randomly takes so long screen goes off. 3- weird loggin issues, 4- upload failures without reason or cause, these issues have prevented me from buying the service

    Syed Minhaj

    by Syed Minhaj

    Jul 06, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    It works... ?

    Sean Mc Govern

    by Sean Mc Govern

    Jul 05, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Fantastic

    Sergei Obruchkov

    by Sergei Obruchkov

    Jul 03, 2017  |  "OK"

    Does not work properly. Issues with spaces in file names on Android. Not very reliable as well, with Google drive at least. Renaming files creates duplicates. Working ok on my Mac and iOS