Secure Email Reader

Secure Email Reader


Red Hound Software's Secure Email Reader can be used to decrypt S/MIME encrypted email messages received using other email applications like gMail, K-9 Mail and Android Mail. See the contents of those p7m attachments (smime.p7m) you receive without returning to your desktop mail program.

Check out our getting started guide:
http://www.redhoundsoftware.com/apps/smime/index.html

Explanation for required permissions:

* Take pictures and videos: you can use your phone's camera to scan QR codes instead of entering passphrases manually
* Internet Access: If you enable it in the settings (it's off by default) you can send error reports to our support server.
* Storage Access: You can use Secure Email Reader to save attachments to your SD card and read keys from your SD card.

Recent changes:
Initial Release to Android Market
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$.99
80
4.0
User ratings
4
Installs
100+
Concerns
0
File size
1069 kb
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About Secure Email Reader
Red Hound Software's Secure Email Reader can be used to decrypt S/MIME encrypted email messages received using other email applications like gMail, K-9 Mail and Android Mail. See the contents of those p7m attachments (smime.p7m) you receive without returning to your desktop mail program.

Check out our getting started guide:
http://www.redhoundsoftware.com/apps/smime/index.html

Explanation for required permissions:

* Take pictures and videos: you can use your phone's camera to scan QR codes instead of entering passphrases manually
* Internet Access: If you enable it in the settings (it's off by default) you can send error reports to our support server.
* Storage Access: You can use Secure Email Reader to save attachments to your SD card and read keys from your SD card.

Recent changes:
Initial Release to Android Market

User reviews of Secure Email Reader
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 18, 2012
Brilliant Best 99 cents I've spent in a long time! Great documentation on your website made configuration a breeze. Thanks for ridding me of my PC tether.
A Google User
May 18, 2012
Brilliant Best 99 cents I've spent in a long time! Great documentation on your website made configuration a breeze. Thanks for ridding me of my PC tether.
vamick
May 18, 2012
Brilliant Best 99 cents I've spent in a long time! Great documentation on your website made configuration a breeze. Thanks for ridding me of my PC tether.
A Google User
May 4, 2012
Great reader for S/MIME encrypted email. It does exactly what it's intended to do. Clean, quick, and stable. There are two cons that keep it from getting a 5-star for me. 1. It forces you to use the IO File Manager for navigating to your private keys. This is a bit silly that I'd have to download another file manager app if I already have a perfectly usable one. 2. I wish the Private Key Cache were adjustable. Sometimes 3 minutes isn't enough if I want to scroll through multiple emails, or a long one and then another. Giving a few options 5, 10, maybe 15 at max wouldn't be bad (with warning of the security implications) Other than that, it replaces X509Tools which I was using before, and will still continue to use for sending encrypted emails, but for simply reading emails. This one currently takes the job.
KaBaL
May 4, 2012
Great reader for S/MIME encrypted email. It does exactly what it's intended to do. Clean, quick, and stable. There are two cons that keep it from getting a 5-star for me. 1. It forces you to use the IO File Manager for navigating to your private keys. This is a bit silly that I'd have to download another file manager app if I already have a perfectly usable one. 2. I wish the Private Key Cache were adjustable. Sometimes 3 minutes isn't enough if I want to scroll through multiple emails, or a long one and then another. Giving a few options 5, 10, maybe 15 at max wouldn't be bad (with warning of the security implications) Other than that, it replaces X509Tools which I was using before, and will still continue to use for sending encrypted emails, but for simply reading emails. This one currently takes the job.