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Open source client-side encryption for cloud files - Cryptomator is geared towards using alongside cloud-backup solutions, and hence preserves individual file structure, so that they can be uploaded. It too is easy to use, but has fewer technical customizations for how the data is encrypted, compared with VeraCrypt. Cryptomator works on Windows, Linux and Mac - but also has excellent mobile apps.

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Cryptomator Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy Summary

  • There is a date of the last update of the agreements
  • The service claims to be GDPR compliant for European users
  • This service tracks which web page referred you to it
  • You are not being tracked
  • Third parties are involved in operating the service
  • Your IP address is collected, which can be used to view your approximate location
  • An anonymous payment method is offered
  • The data retention period is kept to the minimum necessary for fulfilling its purposes
  • Your personal data is used for limited purposes




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Cryptomator Source Code




Multi-platform transparent client-side encryption of your files in the cloud






02 Feb 14

Last Updated

18 May 24

Latest version


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Recent Commits

  • mindmonk (10 May 24)

    Merge pull request #3362 from cryptomator/feature/update-checker-refactoring Feature: Expansion of Preferences Update Tab with UI Elements and Refactoring of UpdateChecker

  • Jan-Peter Klein (10 May 24)

    undo getter changes

  • Jan-Peter Klein (10 May 24)

    updateAvailable ObservableValue to BooleanBinding

  • Jan-Peter Klein (10 May 24)

    refactored ObservableValues to BooleanBindings and code cleanup

  • Jan-Peter Klein (10 May 24)

    cr related changes

  • Jan-Peter Klein (08 May 24)

    removed twoWeeksAgo var

  • Jan-Peter Klein (08 May 24)

    removed unused ui function

  • Jan-Peter Klein (08 May 24)

    removed lastUpdateReminder setting

  • Jan-Peter Klein (08 May 24)

    removed lastUpdateReminder setting

  • Jan-Peter Klein (08 May 24)

    removed unused label id

  • Jan-Peter Klein (08 May 24)

    removed unused instance var

  • Jan-Peter Klein (07 May 24)

    removed unnecessary HBox

  • Jan-Peter Klein (07 May 24)

    changed BooleanBinding updateAvailable to ObservableValue<Boolean>

  • Jan-Peter Klein (07 May 24)

    changed checkFailed text wording

  • Jan-Peter Klein (06 May 24)

    changed checkFailed property to ObservableValue

  • mindmonk (02 May 24)

    Merge pull request #3414 from MSevenR/feature/double-click-unlocked-vault Double-click on an Unlocked Vault

  • Jan-Peter Klein (29 Apr 24)

    registered module in SettingsJsonTest

  • Jan-Peter Klein (29 Apr 24)

    introduced new dependency removed latestVersion from Settings changed SettingsJson from Date to Instant new UpdateChecker Property checkFailed optimized naming changed wordning refactoring

  • MSevenR (26 Apr 24)

    Double-click on an Unlocked Vault Double-click on an Unlocked Vault in the List to Reveal It

  • Jan-Peter Klein (25 Apr 24)

    refactor isUpdateSuccessfulAndCurrent to instance variable

  • Jan-Peter Klein (24 Apr 24)

    removed blank line, unused instance variable, import and Logger refactored DateTimeFormatter into an instance variable

  • Armin Schrenk (23 Apr 24)

    add timezone id to timestamp in settings

  • Armin Schrenk (23 Apr 24)

    refactored timeDiff-message-method to updatePref controller

  • Armin Schrenk (23 Apr 24)

    use Instant also in UpdateChecker

  • Armin Schrenk (23 Apr 24)

    change storage of timestamps in model to Instant

  • Jan-Peter Klein (22 Apr 24)


  • Jan-Peter Klein (17 Apr 24)

    remove lastUpdateCheck from Settings; add lastUpdateReminder and lastSuccessfulUpdateCheck implement updateTimeDifferenceMessage reorder UI elements refactor code for clarity and maintainability

  • Tobias Hagemann (13 Apr 24)

    Merge pull request #3395 from purejava/flathub-colour-banners Add coloured banners for app in Flathub store

  • Ralph Plawetzki (13 Apr 24)

    Use colours from Cryptomator CD manual

  • Ralph Plawetzki (13 Apr 24)

    Swap the light and dark colors, it's calmer for the eye

Cryptomator Website


Cryptomator - Free Cloud Encryption for Dropbox & Co

Encrypt Dropbox, Google Drive, and any other cloud. Cryptomator is free and open source.


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Server Details

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  • Location San Francisco, California, United States of America, NA
  • ISP CloudFlare Inc.
  • ASN AS13335

Associated Countries

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  • NL

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Cryptomator iOS App

App Info


With Cryptomator, the key to your data is in your hands. Cryptomator encrypts your data quickly and easily. Afterwards you upload them protected to your favorite cloud service. EASY-TO-USE Cryptomator is a simple tool for digital self-defense. It allows you to protect your cloud data by yourself and independently. • Simply create a vault and assign a password • No additional account or configuration needed • Unlock vaults with Face ID / Touch ID • Fully integrated into the Files app COMPATIBLE Cryptomator is compatible with the most commonly used cloud storages and available for all major operating systems. • Compatible with iCloud Drive, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, pCloud, WebDAV- and S3-based cloud storage services • Create vaults in any location via other File Providers (third-party apps must support this) • Access your vaults on all your mobile devices and computers SECURE You don't have to trust Cryptomator blindly, because it is open source software. For you as a user, this means that everyone can see the code: • File content and filename encryption with AES and 256 bit key length • Vault password is secured with scrypt for enhanced brute-force resistance • Crypto implementation is publicly documented AWARD-WINNING Cryptomator received the CeBIT Innovation Award 2016 for Usable Security and Privacy. We're proud to provide security and privacy for hundreds of thousands of Cryptomator users. CRYPTOMATOR COMMUNITY Join the Cryptomator Community and participate in the conversations with other Cryptomator users: • Follow us on Twitter @Cryptomator • Like us on Facebook /Cryptomator --- Terms of Use:


Rated 4.11 out of 5 stars by 153 users

Version Info

  • Current Version 2.5.1
  • Last Updated 15 Mar 24
  • First Released 21 Dec 21
  • Minimum iOS Version 14.0
  • Device Models Supported 93

App Details

  • IPA Size 63.18 Mb
  • Price Free (USD)
  • Age Advisory 4+
  • Supported Languages 31
  • Developer Skymatic GmbH
  • Bundle ID org.cryptomator.ios


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The REST API is free, no-auth and CORS-enabled. To learn more, view the Swagger Docs or read the API Usage Guide.

About the Data

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