I purchased cryptomator (ctmt) android app right when it’s beta, and honestly didn’t use ctmt in daily life because at that time, the windows+webdav limits file size at 4GB, which is useless for many movie/media files to store on cloud. So in the mean time what I used is cppcryptfs(cppcfs), a clone of gocryptfs for windows, written in c plus plus. 1 bad thing: no android support, and still wont in near future.
Recently I really need android support so I visited ctmt again, I found dokany (used same as cppcfs) was supported. With instinct I believe it means the 4GB limit is gone, as cppcfs using dokany could do it years ago.
So, ctmt is now USABLE and could challenge cppcfs for me.
There is a link from them: Comparison with Other Projects - gocryptfs (a bit old)
so next time, i think ctmt can write a review comparing ctmt and cppcfs, not boxcryptor anymore.
boxcryptor, being close source, hardly really touched me. I worry i’ll lose everything if they are gone.
As said I bought the android app when it’s 5euro at the beginning.
It’s ok to paid for windows .exe if it gets more features (more than dark mode pls)
2FA using yubikey is a good one.
final: 2nd good thing ctmt better than cppcfs, except android support:
cppcfs encrypts filename but DONOT flatten folders, so their long path name was only tolerated by google drive, and NOT onedrive. (dropbox, box shd be ok).
ctmt, as folder is flatten, shd works well with onedrive.
3rd thing would be: cppcfs seems comes from hobbist, non full time contributor(s), that ctmt is from a company. At least you can contact authors of ctmt, but cppcfs is less well touched.
Both are good softwares, I am still sticked to cppcfs but for new comers, ctmt could be a good start.