Sophos Mobile Encryption 2.2 released – Free file encryption app for Android and iOS

sophos-mobile-encryption-2-2Sophos Mobile Encryption version 2.2 is out — the newest update of our free file encryption app for Android smartphones and tablets and iOS devices.

Sophos Mobile Encryption gives you an easy way to encrypt and decrypt files, right on your mobile device. Encrypt files handed over by other apps, upload encrypted files to your cloud storage providers, or store them securely in local storage within the app.

Download the Sophos Mobile Encryption app from Google Play for Android, or from iTunes for iOS devices (iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads).

New features available in this version

  • Protect access to your Sophos Mobile Encryption application with an optional password.
  • Fully transparent key management, so you don’t need to enter the passphrase each time you open a file.
  • Store your encrypted files in the local storage area within the app. Local storage is also accessible via USB from your PC or Mac.
  • Encrypt and upload files handed over by applications from cloud storage providers.

Supported cloud storage solutions:  • Dropbox • Google Drive • Microsoft One Drive (former SkyDrive) • Egnyte • Telekom Media Center • WebDAV (e.g., Windows Server, ownCloud or Strato HiDrive)

Sophos Mobile Encryption for Android

Download the Sophos Mobile Encryption app from Google Play for Android devices. Requires Android 2.3.3 and up.

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Sophos Mobile Encryption for iOS

Download the Sophos Mobile Encryption app from iTunes for iOS devices. Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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For business users: You can get Sophos Mobile Encryption together with the optional SafeGuard Enterprise Encryption for Cloud Storage module. The app extends access to encrypted files to mobile devices –for persistent encryption wherever your users are working.

NOTE: If you have any problems with this app, please check our FAQ for help.

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