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People use mobile devices to access the Internet more often than desktop devices.

People use mobile devices to access the Internet more often than desktop devices.

For example, in China, a country of more than 800 million Internet users, 98 per cent access the Internet through mobile devices. In India, 80% of the more than 5 million Internet users use mobile devices to access the Internet.

Email is still the primary means of communication for people worldwide, especially in developed countries.

Adults check their mailboxes at least 1-3 times a day. According to Email Monday, three-fifths of users check their email on their mobile phones rather than on their desktops. However, few people care about the privacy of emails sent from mobile devices.

Popular email services like Gmail, Microsoft Outlook or Yahoo Mail are not private. If you want online privacy and security, the best way to do it once and for all is to use a secure encrypted email service.

Why people need an anonymous email

People tend to use mobile devices to surf the Internet in public places such as cafes, airports, etc. But opening email over public WiFi on a mobile device is even riskier.

Public WiFi is unsafe for many reasons, including:


With WiFi sniffers, hackers can detect insecure networks and monitor and log their traffic for useful information.

Man-in-the-middle attack

Hackers can connect to your device by taking over public networks and redirecting your communications to fake websites. Such as a phoney banking website where you are tricked into providing login credentials.

Fake hotspot

If you're using WiFi in a coffee shop, ask the person who works for the network name and password. Otherwise, you may log into a fake hotspot. Hackers can log your keystrokes (including your account's username and password).

Malicious software

When using public WiFi, your device may receive a "has been hacked" message warning you to install an update or something similar. It's all about making you install malware on your device. Be careful.

Using secure encrypted email reduces the risk of exposing your data.

Liverado for Android and iOS

You can use Liverado on Andriod, iOS.

Liverado security features:

  • End-to-end encryption. All emails are end-to-end encrypted between Liverado users. You can also send encrypted messages to non-Liverado users.

  • ECC (curve25519).

  • Easy-to-use interface. We've made it easier to send anonymous emails on mobile devices without compromising privacy and security features.

  • Zero-access encryption. We are using "hash and salt" technology, so we do not know nor store your passwords.

  • No IP tracking ensures that your emails cannot be traced back to you.

  • The best data protection laws in the world. Your data is encrypted on servers located in Switzerland. Our company is located in [Singapore] ((/blog/why-do-we-choose-singapore). These two countries have [the strictest data privacy laws] worldwide.

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