There's no public key encryption for Android yet, but that's an important feature for many of us. APG tries to fill that void, with new features quickly being added. Hopefully APG will grow into a fully functional OpenGPG implementation of GPG or PGP calibre.

NOTE: requires Android 1.5+

See also: APG on GitHub. On IRC: irc.freenode.org, #apg-dev


24.03.2014 - v1.1.1

24.03.2014 - v1.1.0

10.10.2013 - v1.0.9

25.12.2010 - v1.0.8

15.08.2010 - v1.0.7

14.08.2010 - v1.0.6

30.06.2010 - v1.0.5

10.06.2010 - v1.0.4

10.06.2010 - v1.0.3

08.06.2010 - v1.0.2

05.06.2010 - v1.0.1

03.06.2010 - v1.0.0

older changes


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gimmebho 01:52 June 22, 2014

Every time I try to import from clipboard it gives me a generic error

Tim 18:21 June 23, 2014

Hey, I just broke the keybase library into its own project, https://github.com/timbray/KeybaseLib - if you wanted to add that it ought to be pretty easy. See KeybaseKeyserver in OKC for details

GoogleIsShit 06:22 July 08, 2014

Hey, upload your APK to FDroid or Github, not just Google Drive.

I don't want to get Google account. http://impurist.com/contact.php?m=39386

Jens 11:17 August 08, 2014


we use Thunderbird with GPG4WIN and K9 with APG on mobile. We often have the issue that on mobile the mails are not decrypted and the mail is just shown as attachement. We assume it is because of some MIME issues. Also the attachments are not encrypted by K9/APG.

Suggestion: Why not start a crowd funding so you get some budget to program a feature rich version?

Best regards, Jens

GoogleIsShit 20:50 August 13, 2014

Please add password protection to your app.

If I lost my phone, someone can open APG can see public/private keys!



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