Forums Help & support Axcrypt app for IOS

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  • #3269 Reply

    Dana Stripe

    Axcrypt is no longer found when I search the IOS apps, any plans to have it reinstated?

    #3279 Reply


    Hello Dana,

    Yes, we’re definitively planning on doing this. It’s at the top of our priority after smoothing over some initial usability bumps in AxCrypt 2 for the Windows Desktop.


    #3290 Reply


    Longing for the day Svante!  Once we have iOS and OSX, I can get back to AxCrypt.

    #3291 Reply


    Stay with us, and keep in touch. We’ll get there!

    #3862 Reply


    Can you provide an ETA for availability of the iPhone and iPad apps please? The old app on my phone died some time ago and the one on iPad began crashing with iOS 9.3.3!

    #3891 Reply


    Hello Christo,

    We’re planning to release iOS and Android apps at the end of the year.


    #3989 Reply


    Can I install previous version on my computer so that transferred documents can be read on my iPhone using the previous app?  Should I delete the new desktop version first? Or should I just wait for the new iOS app to be released?

    #3990 Reply


    Hello James,

    Not entirely sure what you mean. Unfortunately iOS 9 broke the old app, and it was also pulled from the store by the third party that made it (with our help and blessing, but still).

    Right now we don’t have anything for iOS. We’ll be starting the final development of the iOS/Android app in mid-September.

    #3997 Reply

    James ariagno

    I previously had 1.7 version installed on my desktop and the available app installed on my iPhone 5.  I was able to upload AxCrypt files to my iPhone and read the files. I was able to maintain the app on my iPhone even though the App Store withdrew the app. When I upgraded my desktop version to 2.0 everything worked okay on desktop and even though I could upload files to my iPhone I could open the files with the existing app. Can I reinstall the previous 1.7 version and operate as before until a new app is released that will work with version 2.0.

    #3999 Reply


    Hello James,

    Yes, you can of course downgrade to AxCrypt 1.7 and thus keep being compatible with the old iOS app. Please be aware that files encrypted with the new AxCrypt 2 software are not possible to open with AxCrypt 1 or the iOS app – so for these files if any you’ll have to decrypt and then re-encrypt with version 1.

    I suggest you download the stand-alone version of AxCrypt 2 (it’s fully featured, just without the Windows Explorer integration) since it can co-exist with an installed version of AxCrypt 1.

    The current plan is to release the iOS app later this year.

    #4005 Reply

    James Araigno


    #4912 Reply


    Earlier this week we released AxCrypt Mobile for Android.

    Now we have released AxCrypt Mobile for iOS.

    Thank you for your support.


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