- Jan 8, 2011
Proton Drive apps for Android and iPhone/iPad are here. You can now upload, access, share, and download your files on your mobile device.
Desktop App coming in 2023
In the spirit of this mission, we intend to make Proton Drive available across all platforms (including Linux, eventually). The Proton Drive Windows app will be available in beta shortly, followed by an app for macOS.
Source: Proton’s encrypted cloud storage service is now a mobile appThe free version of Proton Drive provides 1GB of free cloud storage, which can be upgraded to 200GB of storage for $3.99 a month as a standalone subscription, or 500GB via the Proton Unlimited plan for $9.99 a month, which also includes Proton Mail, Proton Calendar, and Proton VPN. There’s no limit to file sizes.
And since Proton is based in Switzerland, the company claims that Proton Drive falls outside US and EU jurisdiction and isn’t subject to intelligence-sharing agreements like Five Eyes or Fourteen Eyes. The Swiss Constitution does include data processing regulations (Article 13), though it should be noted that some Swiss law only applies to Swiss residents. Other privacy protections such as the revised Swiss Data Protection Act (revDPA) however, can offer some protections for people living outside of Switzerland.