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Cryptnos for Android 1.3.4 Released

November 12th, 2017 | Comment?

I’m dusting off the digital cobwebs to announce the release of Cryptnos for Android 1.3.4. This is a minor point release, and only adds official recognized support for two “new” file manager applications: ES File Explorer Pro and Total Commander. Cryptnos has had support for the free version of ES File Explorer for some time, and while the Pro version functions identically with respect to picking files and directories, Cryptnos wasn’t looking for its specific package name. As for Total Commander (my current favorite Android file manager app), it supports the same OpenIntents intent structure as OI File Manager, making adding support for it incredibly easy. A special thanks to Denis Dimick for pointing out the disconnect with the ES File Explorer versions, and thus sparking this release.

As usual, you can find the latest version in the usual places. The preferred method of installing the Android version is via Google Play, where we can update everyone’s version automagically. If Google Play is unavailable to you for some reason, you can download the APK from our site or GitHub, whichever is convenient. All changes are Open Source, as usual.

I realize it’s been very quiet here for some time, and for that I must apologize. I don’t have much time for “recreational coding” these days, and I’m afraid that Cryptnos falls into that category. I do have plans for version 2.0 and I hope to move forward with those in the coming year, but I’m afraid it’s not very high on my priority list. The good news is that, in its current state, Cryptnos tends to be very robust. Despite the fact that it still targets Android 1.1 as a bare minimum, it works just as well on Android Oreo (8.0) as it did way back when. While new feature development has been slow, I am keeping up on bug fixes and getting those out as soon as they appear.

As always, thanks for using Cryptnos. I hope you find it as useful as I have.

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