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OpenPGP for Android. It's open source and its goal is to provide a similar OpenPGP implementation as GnuPG.

NOTE: BACK UP YOUR SECRET KEYS! Preferably before updating. There were many database changes. If something goes wrong, then email me... the keys can be recovered in that case.

A fork of APG called OpenKeychain added most of the new features, which have now been merged back into APG.
APG development is active again and I'm mostly working on the implementation of PGP/MIME now.

Changes:
* Fix K-9 integration that was broken in 1.1.0
* Merge OpenKeychain development back into APG
* new drawer layout (touch top left icon)
* KeyRing without private master key Import
* QR key sharing
* NFC key sharing
* colorized fingerprints
* K-9 support
* bugfixes

* manage secret/public keys (eg. GPG/PGP)
* encrypt/sign/decrypt/verify emails and files
* integration with K9
* HKP Keyserver support
* basic key creation and editing possible
* Intent API for other apps

Please rate it and suggest features you want.

Source code is GPLv3 and can be found here: https://github.com/thialfihar/apg

Recent changes:
* Fix K-9 integration that was broken in 1.1.0
* Merge OpenKeychain development back into APG
* new drawer layout (touch top left icon)
* KeyRing without private master key Import
* QR key sharing
* NFC key sharing
* colorized fingerprints
* K-9 support
* bugfixes
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Free
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4.4
User ratings
2532
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
1
File size
2406 kb
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About APG
OpenPGP for Android. It's open source and its goal is to provide a similar OpenPGP implementation as GnuPG.

NOTE: BACK UP YOUR SECRET KEYS! Preferably before updating. There were many database changes. If something goes wrong, then email me... the keys can be recovered in that case.

A fork of APG called OpenKeychain added most of the new features, which have now been merged back into APG.
APG development is active again and I'm mostly working on the implementation of PGP/MIME now.

Changes:
* Fix K-9 integration that was broken in 1.1.0
* Merge OpenKeychain development back into APG
* new drawer layout (touch top left icon)
* KeyRing without private master key Import
* QR key sharing
* NFC key sharing
* colorized fingerprints
* K-9 support
* bugfixes

* manage secret/public keys (eg. GPG/PGP)
* encrypt/sign/decrypt/verify emails and files
* integration with K9
* HKP Keyserver support
* basic key creation and editing possible
* Intent API for other apps

Please rate it and suggest features you want.

Source code is GPLv3 and can be found here: https://github.com/thialfihar/apg

Recent changes:
* Fix K-9 integration that was broken in 1.1.0
* Merge OpenKeychain development back into APG
* new drawer layout (touch top left icon)
* KeyRing without private master key Import
* QR key sharing
* NFC key sharing
* colorized fingerprints
* K-9 support
* bugfixes

User reviews of APG
works well!
May 22, 2012
Works fine, too bad I had to reinstall K9 after installing APG. But it actually runs greatly - Motorola DEFY (Eclair)
Oct 20, 2011
GPG for Android.
Aug 5, 2011
It's rock solid. I use it all the time. APG + K-9 is the perfect team.
Apr 4, 2011
I'm still reading and plan to maintain the best account and data communications practices known to the thoughtful. Just as soon as I cut out this dilly-dallying!
Feb 7, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
4 days ago
OpenPGP not working The OpenPGP implementation isn't working at all. While the "legacy" interface to e. g. K9 or K-@ Mail works, the new OpenPGP interface doesn't.
A Google User
Oct 12, 2014
No proxy support This is a good app, but unfortunately the current version won't work through a proxy (all key lookups fail)
A Google User
Oct 10, 2014
amazing great after the UI overhaul. much better than before
A Google User
Oct 5, 2014
Great product I really like this product, it allows me to generate and import keys and encrypt/decrypt messages from the clipboard.
A Google User
Sep 26, 2014
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