Here's our Documentation with details about app features, functionality, troubleshooting, and other important information.
Canary's encryption technology is built on top of PGP. Key exchange is handled automatically and you can easily send encrypted emails to anyone who uses Canary. Emails are encrypted on your device and decrypted on your recipient's device. Encrypted emails will not be readable via any other apps or your provider's web interface.
Yes! Canary supports Gmail, iCloud, Office365, ProtonMail (via ProtonMail Bridge on macOS) and most popular IMAP providers. You do not need to sign up or create a new email account to start using Canary.
Canary uses the open source Bouncy Castle library for implementing encryption.
No, both Canary for macOS & iOS are priced at $20 USD each. Both must be purchased separately. Prices may vary by country.
You can reach us via our help center.
Absolutely. Advanced PGP users can enable manual mode to use and manage their existing keys generated via GPGTools, Symantec Desktop etc, via the built-in key manager. Key search is tied into MIT and Keybase keyservers. Keys can be transferred easily to Canary for iOS via iTunes. Private keys are stored securely in an encrypted database on your device.
Yes, encryption can be disabled entirely, or per email, with a single click. You can still use all of Canary's other powerful features & functionality.
Yes, Canary’s use of information received from Gmail APIs adheres to Google's Limited Use Requirements.
Yes, Canary is backed by the organization of a Fortune 500 company founder.
Yes, both Canary for macOS & iOS come with a 30 day free trial. If you have questions about Canary, please ask here.
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