It's not only about you, it's about all those who will be protect if we start using secure, private communication channels. Many companies  claim to offer “private messaging” apps—but are they actually private and secure? Can they be verified (#FOSS) by independent researchers?
This is why we will present some that qualify as Ethical, Free Software while considering satisfying security, privacy and  how easy is to use them (UX).

Email providers


ProtonMail is End to End Encrypted (E2EE) email service. This means even they cannot decrypt and read your emails and sell your data to advertisers (like Gmail, YahoMail...). All servers are located in Switzerland, protected by strict Swiss privacy laws. No personal information is required to create your secure email account.

Available for: Web, F-Droid, Linux, Mac, Windows, LinuxPhone, Android, iPhone and most of other devices and platforms


Riseup provides online communication tools for people and groups working on liberatory social change. Service is made for those who aim to create democratic alternatives and practice self-determination by controlling our own secure means of communications. Popular among activists, Riseup also provides other services like Chat (XMPP), and VPN.

Available for: Linux, Mac, Windows, Android, LinuxPhone, iPhone Android Tablet iPad Chrome 


Tutanota is a free and open source web-mail client that focuses on privacy and security. Services are published as best open source model (GPL-v3) that in long therm guaranties your freedom. It cannot be change in future (As Whatsup after being sold to Facebook exploited your privacy). Tutanota also provides free calendar that secures all your appointments with built-in encryption.

Available for: Linux, Mac, Windows, F-Droid, Android, LinuxPhone, iPhone Android...