Proton, based in Switzerland, has hinted at some important upgrades for its core Proton Mail and calendar services. Although Proton has diversified over the years into VPNs and storage, encrypted email is still supreme and is possibly the most important aspect of its most recent disclosure.
Proton Mail’s New Features
Proton frequently promotes itself as Google’s antithesis, but at least in terms of privacy, the business has a busy roadmap for the next few months that will bring new features that are similar to those of Gmail.
Other upcoming upgrades that Proton will make include email reminders. They will allow users to set an alarm to remember to reply at a later time. They also added the ability to “snooze” emails.
Email Tracking, Focus on Privacy
Proton also disclosed that it would be introducing new tools that can be used to disable email tracking. This will make it impossible for businesses or individuals to determine when an email was opened and render the data useless. This is more in line with Proton’s focus on improving privacy.
Future updates won’t just affect Proton Mail. Nearly a year after it was launched on Android, the company is getting ready to release a native calendar app for the iPhone. Also, it will be releasing new three-day and seven-day views for the Proton calendar app.
Proton Drive Cloud Storage
With its Proton drive cloud storage just going into beta on the web, Proton is planning to roll out deeper synergies across its product range. They may include email attachments larger than the 25 MB limit for Proton mail which will be instantly uploaded to Proton drive and made accessible to the recipient via a secure link.
One Sign-In, Access to Multiple Services!
Proton also announced that it was bringing single sign-on (SSO) to mobile. This would allow users of Proton’s apps to access each service with only one sign-in. SSO is now only available through a web browser.
Proton isn’t yet revealing any particular dates for anything. However, it did indicate that Proton Mail’s email scheduling and email-tracking blocker, as well as the new iPhone calendar app and the three-day and seven-day calendar views, will be available within the next month.
Everything else will touch released throughout 2023, at various intervals.
Ryan Gosling Has Shared Which Marvel Role He Would Like to Get
In a recent interview, Ryan Gosling revealed which superhero he would like to be in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As Sabir Pirzada, the writer for Moon Knight is currently working on a Nova script, rumors have surfaced about Gosling’s possible involvement in the project. However, the star has since pointed out that this statement was inaccurate during the same interview.
If He Was to Star in the MCU, Ryan Gosling Wants to Be the Ghost Rider
Ryan Gosling revealed that the Nova rumors were just that – rumors that weren’t true. But, he also stated that there was one superhero he would like to play, namely the Ghost Rider. This answered the questions of many fans, but if Kevin Feige is willing to realize Gosling’s burning wish remains to be seen. The role of the comic book character was previously given to actor Nicolas Cage who did two movies placed outside of the MCU. Both projects were universally disliked by critics. Gabriel Luna also donned the flaming skull but for the series Agents of SHIELD.
Ryan Gosling Would Not Be the First Actor to Portray the Ghost Rider
Luna’s efforts were noticed by the fans, and he was even set to receive a TV series focused around the Ghost Rider but the powers that be decided to pull the plug in 2019. When asked to comment, Luna stated that it was simply disappointing in the end. Apparently, he tried to have some perspective on the way things turned out but didn’t have the time to look back. The actor ultimately decided to just keep going forward.
Ryan Gosling currently has a Wolfman remake in the works. But, when that is done, he would be well-suited to take on the role of the Ghost Rider. That is because Marvel’s demonic character is known for riding on supernatural wheels, and Gosling has a lot of experience with motorbikes thanks to playing his part as Luke in The Place Beyond the Pines. In that movie, Luke is a stunt rider who goes on to become a robber.