aWallet and aWallet Cloud are two powerfull android password managers. The first one is free and the second is a paid application. Except sacurely password storing and managing, you can create backups or export data in CSV format. Also with the aWallet Cloud you can sync your password data securely between devices in cooperation with major cloud storage services such as Dropbox and Google Drive.
From the version 3.4.2 of aWallet and from the next update of aWallet Cloud I proudly contributing to the project, by making the Greek localization.
For more info, see at the Localization Project’s Page.
Turbo Client is an FTP and SFTP client for Android. Builted following the latest Android guidelines that creates a sleek and intuitive experience.
From the version 1.7, I contribute to the project, making the greek localization.
NAS4Free is an embedded Open Source Storage distribution and supports sharing across Windows, Apple, and UNIX-like systems.
And now goes Greek!
For more info and updates see at the Localization Project’s Page.
bareFTPis a lightweith graphical FTP Client for Linux. It looks like gFTP, but looks more stable and have better management of UI space (uses tabbed view for messages and transfert progress instead of two boxes). It supports FTP, FTPS, SSH and SFTP tranfers. Also uses GnomeKeyring for secure local storage the passwords of bookmarked ftp sites.
In concertation with the developer, I took the effort of the greek localization of the program.
For more info, updates and downloads see at the Localization Project’s Page.
Steganos LockNote is an amazingly simple coryptography notebook for MS Windows.
Every text you insert in the LockNote saved not as an encrypted file, but as new LockNote executable with the encrypted text included! And of course you must pass the right password to view them. And because the program is the same file with the message, the receipt of the encrypted text does not need any software installed to open the file!
LockNote now have Greek Interface!
You can see more info, updates and download from the Project’s Home Page