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Tutanota is a free and open source web-mail client that focuses on privacy and security. It has open source iOS and an Android apps. The Android app is published on F-Droid (which means the app does not use Google's push notification system) making it a great option if you want to de-Google your life. All data is stored encrypted and can not be searched, i.e. for commercial use. It offers dead easy end-to-end encryption.
1 GB of storage is free for everyone.
Easy - one password for everything
Tutanota wants to provide the easiest-to-use and most secure email client. You do not have to fiddle with multiple passwords for signing in and for encryption/decryption. The state-of-the-art encryption technology handles all the encryption and decryption complexities. Still: Your password only belongs to you. It is being hashed and salted locally before being transmitted to the servers.
Only you with your password have access to your encrypted data, profiling is impossible. Tutanota combines security with ease-of-use so that everybody can use end-to-end encryption. Now you can take back your privacy easily!
Subscription that costs between $0 and $2. Price may vary depending on commitment and so on.
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I've come across Tutanota recently when looking to an email service to sign up for without a phone number. Tutanota was the only one I could find.
Maybe there are more, but the amount of tracking (phone number, ip addresses, etc.) that's going on online right now really scares me. It becomes close to impossible to use the internet anonymously. Some sites now even force you to sign up with Facebook and the likes, that's mad!
Anyway, I'm very happy that I've found Tutanota - not only can I use it anonymously, it's also encrypted and open source.
[Edited by Ariana, February 09]
Tutanota is encrypted and does not serve ads, works great as well.
Tutanota offers a unique email service as my data is automatically encrypted locally before being sent to the servers. I don't know if this is super-secure, but compared to Gmail, Outlook and Yahoo who can read all my data that is just great. With Tutanota I know for sure that noone is snooping around. Love it.
I like that Tutanota encrypts emails in all browsers, Chrome, Firefox, IE, Safari - even Tor browser is supported. It is a great innovation because I can access my encrypted mailbox no matter if at home or at a friend's. I can really recommend it!
Love it, especially its anonymity (no ip logging, stripping of ip addresses). Plus I use it with Tor, CyberGhost or OpenVpn to be extra secure. :)
I love Tutanota.
Very simple and straightforward web interface, easy to navigate. The security features are top notch. I'm still using the free version, as my current needs don't require much storage.
I wish Tutanota was available when i first created my Google mail accounts. I would have migrated accounts instantly.
It's my addition to secure chat apps like Telegram and Textsecure. Perfect if you need to contact someone who is not on these plattforms!
Impressive interface and easy to use, but can be improved by providing other features such as Calendar integration or creating Group.
By the way, it's still more expensive than other competitors such as Mailfence or Posteo
Encrypted and open-source. Yet, the mobile-app feels like a webview html5 and Protonmail (not fully open-source?) does a better job with push notifications and offline messages.
I've just found out about Tutanota and I'm absolutely thrilled. I love that I can use it via Tor and that I can use crypto with anybody, it's so damn easy!
I cannot register. Every time, when I am directed to the login page, it says "Invalid login credentials. Please try again."
Note that the full email address is required, not just the user name. This includes the domain name, which is tutanota.com unless you are using your own domain. Hovering the cursor over the email address field will result in a pop-up message if the email address is incomplete.