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Secure your files in the cloud the easy way and save your privacy. And the best: It's for free!

With Boxcryptor, you encrypt your files before uploading them to Dropbox, iCloud, Google Drive, OneDrive, Microsoft Teams and many other providers without sacrificing safety, privacy or comfort. Easily encrypt your files locally and access them via your smartphone or tablet – anywhere and anytime. Your cloud provider only receives encrypted files and you keep control of your data!

NOTE: If you experience any problems with this app, please contact our support before leaving a 1-star review. You can submit a ticket here: https://support.boxcryptor.com - Thank you!

Features:
▸ Supports most cloud storage providers like Dropbox, iCloud, Google Drive, OneDrive or Box. See below for a complete list of supported providers
▸ Run it on iPhone, iPod and iPad
▸ Access your encrypted files (documents, photos, music, etc.) in your cloud anytime and have your sensitive files always with you
▸ Encrypt and decrypt directly on your device – your password is never transmitted
▸ Sync your files with your desktop devices with Boxcryptor for Mac, Windows and Linux
▸ Secure file encryption using AES-256 and RSA-4096 standards.
▸ Even more privacy for you with Boxcryptor Unlimited and filename encryption

The Boxcryptor Company Package offers additional features for businesses:
▸ Use a master key to be able to decrypt every employee's files
▸ Set policies to enforce rules
▸ Central user management and billing

List of supported storage providers:
Dropbox, Dropbox for Business, Google Drive, Google Workspace, iCloud, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, SharePoint, Microsoft Teams, Box, Egnyte, Strato HiDrive, Telekom MagentaCLOUD, GMX MediaCenter, Web.de Smartdrive, mailbox.org Drive, CloudMe, Storegate, PSMail Cabinet, Livedrive, Yandex Disk and others using WebDAV (e.g. OwnCloud).

What’s New

Version 3.12

* Fixed: Boxcryptor sign-in after device change

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
113 Ratings

113 Ratings

Corvec ,

Latest version is a huge step back

The latest version takes away the main appeal of this software: being able to securely have your cloud files with you. Now they are only available in the Files app without any sort of protection and you cannot opt out.

Having this as an option would be great, especially if I could choose to only have some folders or drives available in Files. Having it mandatory makes this app useless to me.

I’ve had a subscription to BoxCryptor for multiple years but will be canceling it as a result of this change.

Developer Response ,

We are very sorry you are not satisfied with our new iOS-App. However, there seems to be a misunderstanding concerning the security of your data and our encryption. Please let us resolve this: Although we have decided to discontinue our own file browser on iOS and integrate solely into the Files app, all your data remains encrypted at the same, high level it is and always was supposed to be. Due to technical restrictions, it is only the additional app protection (e.g., extra PIN for accessing your data) which is now missing.
As it was an important aspect of the app for many, we understand its removal may have raised concerns. Still, we must emphasize that device protection is not Boxcryptor’s purpose as our main functionality will remain in protecting your data during transfer to and storage in the cloud.
The cloud providers showing in the Files app’s Boxcryptor location can be manually added or removed in the Boxcryptor app which still contains the settings controls. You can look up more here: https://www.boxcryptor.com/en/help/manage-cloud-providers-and-locations/ios/#add-provider
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Upser12345 ,

Truly an Indespensible tool

Time to come clean about Apple and IOS. Apple as no wish to create useful tools. Office 365 from Microsoft allows me to create, read and store file interchangeably among devices including windows. Apple has steadfastly refused to crea a mechanism to store a file of this kind to a USB compatible drive of which there are many. Picture files or music perhaps, but not .ppt, docs, or excel. To do this you need to use the cloud and worry over security. Using BOXCRYPTOR I can save a copy of an iPad created document directly to a BOXCRYPTOR directory. No sending or sharing. Or multiple moves, just straight store fully encrypted file created on the iPad locally and open it on my home PC in complete security. All this no thanks to Apple. I have USB drives for saving pics/screen shots, but not any app file from ms office. BOXCRYPTOR is reliable and I’d be using it for years, these reviews that call it junk, are from those who are ignorant.

Kruegz92 ,

What the crap devs?

You managed to deleted my last 1 star review, so here we go again. Ya’ll shot yourselves in the foot by integrating with the iOS Files app. I wouldn’t even integrate my cloud storage with Files, so why in the blazes would I want to do so with my most important documents.

My personal files are now all showing up under the Recent tab, with no option to disable. They even started appearing in the system Search field as recommended results, until I learned how to turn off that nightmare.

I canceled my paid Boxcryptor account two months back, when this madness started. This week, I’m finally making the jump to a competitor and leaving you altogether. Boxcryptor has been a key component to my of file security for years. Well, sayonara. Call me if you ever pull your heads from the sand.

App Privacy

The developer, Secomba GmbH, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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