Hey, you(joaomgcd) responded to the review on the play store I did. I'd like to start by thanking you for that! But, even with the information given, my original assessment still stands. Normally I'd start here, but I was (and still am) reinstalling my OS, so I couldn't go into to much detail. For reference, I'll copy the review and your reply here. ==================================================== Critical encryption flaw! Even with a encryption key set on mobile, it was storing data on gdrive in PLAIN TEXT. I only discovered this when reinstalling my OS and found that join on Chrome was receiving sms without being given a key. When I went to look, there was months worth of unencrypted information. This also has affect clipboard pushes. I have sent passwords(non important ones) though join, and now I'm feeling... Extremely non confident of this software. Developer response: Hi there. Thanks for the review, but it's not an encryption flaw, it's actually by design. Check here: https://joaoapps.com/hrf_faq/what-data-does-join-encrypt-when-encryption-is-enabled/ Hope this clarifies it. ===================================================== I still stand by my words, the encryption does not work, anywhere. My phone has an encryption key set. My computer has not been given it yet. Despite that, I received an sms that my desktop displayed. That's when I started looking into it. I found that no information, anywhere, was being encrypted. SMS content, clipboard content, nothing. Looking into Google drive with some worry, I found to my horror that everything was in plain text. This "by design" response is also pretty horrible. I'm aware that Google encrypt data on their storage. But you telling your customers that it is encrypted the way you have is extremely misleading. Anyone with your login data, be it via your access credentials or an app with drive authorization that is connected to your google account, has access to that data in it's plain text form! And that is why I set an encryption key on Join, so I didn't need to worry about other apps possibly looking at it. I revoked Join's access to drive last night. I'm about to retry and see if it'll work properly this time. But considering that it failed on my phone( and it must have failed on chrome if it was able to read things with a given key at the time), I'm not sure how much I trust this app right now. I look forward to your repose and thoughts on this.