Today I'm so incredibly excited to announce Cryptee version 3.0.
This is the biggest update to Cryptee ever since its launch years ago! We thought, if we could take all our users' feedback, all the years of our learnings & experiences running Cryptee, and could re-write the entire platform from ground-up, what would it look like?
So we worked day & night, every day, for 18 months to answer this question. We've re-designed the entire platform, re-engineered everything from ground up, added hundreds of new features, and created an entirely new Cryptee experience for you. Along the way we've realized it's going to be a massive leap forward, so we thought we should get a new logo too.
To put things into perspective, that's 2% of my entire life spent working on this update, so I am beyond excited and happy to be sharing this big update with you. So without further ado, let's talk about the new Cryptee.
Grab a cup of coffee, and settle in. This will be a long read.
A new version of Cryptee is out!
This version brings the most anticipated feature everyone's been asking for! Tables!
After almost a year of development and testing, we're so excited to announce that you can now create tables in your Cryptee Docs! In typical Cryptee fashion, we didn't want to stop there for this update. We've also created a whole new helpdesk, and many other improvements to our service!
Two weeks ago, we've introduced two fantastic new plans and prices. 400 GB and 2000 GB, for as low as $€ 9 / mo and $€ 27 / mo, so that you can encrypt your photo library and store them safely on Cryptee Photos.
A year ago this week, Cryptee launched with a big mission. To provide you a well designed, safe and private place to keep your digital belongings. And it's been a fantastic first year. Be it getting featured on the Wall Street Journal's Marketwatch, to getting mentioned by The Guardian, Deutschlandfunk and many other incredibly reputable press outlets. This was all possible thanks to your help, feedback, bug reports, feature requests, financial and moral support. Thank you so much!
To celebrate the first year, we've packed tons and tons of new stuff into this update. So much so that, one could call this a version 2.0! So much to talk about, so let's begin!
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