The Proton has announced that the Proton Calendar is now available for Android devices. If you’re familiar with different products from Proton, then you shouldn’t be surprised to learn that the calendar includes encryption features that protect your events. Thanks to the encryption, when you add an event to the calendar, the event name, participants, location, notes, and descriptions are all fully encrypted to address any privacy concern.
In addition to the encryption, the Proton Calendar also comes with other advanced features present in similar apps. You can set up different events using multiple time zones to make it easier for those who aren’t in the same country with multiple reminders for events. As expected, the app is available in light and dark mode. Additionally, you can see your schedule on the home screen thanks to the widget.
Talking about the latest app, the company said, “Your calendar contains plenty of personal data, such as who you meet and where you meet them. This information deserves the same level of protection as your email and files, which is why Proton Calendar protects your life events with the same end-to-end encryption ProtonMail uses to secure your messages.”
If you are interested in importing your existing calendar from ProtonMail, you’ve two different options. The company noted,
Easy Switch: To use Easy Switch, log in to your ProtonMail account and select Settings → Go to Settings → Import via Easy Switch.
Importing from a local file: If you have a local calendar file with the file extension .ics, you can import it directly to Proton Calendar.