Well, it’s been a week and a day since Espionage was announced to the world.
I feel honored that so many people are as excited about Espionage as I am. I have spent over a year developing it on my own, and now the fruits of that effort are finally available to everyone. For the first time in history, you can now encrypt individual folders on the Mac.
Why is this a big deal?
I’ve heard lots of different answers to this question, but for me, it started with the simple desire to encrypt my email, and just my email. I didn’t want my laptop to slow to a crawl and lose battery life from the solution that Apple provided, so I set about creating my own.
Espionage has given me an outlet to unleash my creative potential as a developer, and since launching the product and Tao Effect it has really taken off. I’m now going to work on Espionage full time, to make it better and better, while keeping it affordable. The launch is over now, so the price is now set at a competitive $19.95, even though no other application can do what it does (we’re working on volume pricing, for now address inquiries to ).
I’d like to thank all of you early adopters out there for your trust and support, and I want you to know that because of your support you are helping ensure Espionage’s future, so thank you for joining me on this journey, there are exciting features on the horizon!
– Greg Slepak