June 9, 2017

Day One is launching iOS and Mac v2.2 with End-to-end encryption.

End-to-end encryption utilizes a user-generated, private key to encrypt all entries before they reach Day One servers. With possession of the encryption key held only by the end user, maximum security is assured for journal data.ย 

Long time coming, very happy for this. I donโ€™t pour thoughts without filters into my journals, but in the back of my mind thereโ€™s always some additional caution.

Will be signing up ASAP.

To note, IFTTT will not work on encrypted journals initially, so plan ahead.


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