The new version of Secure OS, 2.2.0, introduces Emergency Center and Incognito Mode. These new features help you react quicker in critical situations, and give you more control over wiping the device when necessary.
The new version of Secure Chat is finally here! We can proudly say that it is one of the most significant releases in the past few months as it is focused on stability and fine-tuning. Version 2.1.2 brings critical bug fixes in the area of data and battery consumption and self-destructing messages.
We’ve always tried to keep behind the scenes the complex encryption processes that guarantee secure communications to our users and only present security solutions that are easy and intuitive to use. In another step towards that goal, Secure Group is excited to introduce Security Lock – a single passcode for app lock and data encryption that unifies the flow for our flagship applications. It makes its big debut in Secure Chat v2.1.0, and will soon be incorporated in Secure Email and other major applications on Secure Phone.
Secure Group is proud to introduce its new and improved product-centric support website. On Secure Group Support you will be able to find everything that you need to know about our products.
We’re pleased to announce a major upgrade to Secure Chat. Version 2.0 is the biggest upgrade to date, adding voice and video calling, and introducing Group Chat feature.
Although the version numbering doesn’t suggest a big change, it discloses the future of the app and foreshadows a new stage for our encrypted mobile communication solutions.
Secure Email has undergone a bit of a revamp, with a redesigned inbox, updated inbox views, and new tabs for quick access to Contacts and Favorites. The new release should also satisfy numerous user requests to change the default app synchronization behavior.
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A few choice tweaks and a raft of bug fixes in the latest Secure Chat v1.12.0 makes for a more intuitive and more stable user experience.
Today’s Secure Voice release can be summarized in two words – “interface improvements.” Version 2.10.6 brings a few long-requested usability and style UI changes to Contacts and Favorites. In this release, we also solved some user-reported app crashes by improving the overall performance of the app.
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The latest release of Secure Chat focuses on backend improvements, providing for better stability and a better user experience. Joining Secure Email, Secure Chat also sports the “new look” icon that’s rolling out across the range of Secure Pack apps.