A tool that lets you send a file of any size to somebody else anonymously over the TOR network. Works on Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.
Keybase But With Only The Crypto Part: Keys.pub
Encrypts messages and decrypts messages for secure communication. Allows signing and verifying of files and text. Crypto stuff. Utilizes saltpack
Here's the message "hello" signed by my key.A text file on my server is periodically checked and if it is ever removed, the "[email protected]" identity will dissapear from the keys.pub database. You can verify this signed message from within the application.
Truly Anonymous Messaging: TOX
A messenger that is private and anonymous. You can create a profile under a username, setup a password, communicate over the TOX protocol, then delete your profile and create a new one under the same username. YourTOX ID has a part of it that can be changed at will if you are getting spammed with friend requests. Tox is the most secure online communication can get.
P2P Password Manager: Myki
Myki is a p2p encrypted password manager that syncs your passwords to all your devices without storing anything in the cloud.
Cute Tiny URL Shortener: to.to
To.to is a url shortener like bit.ly, except it's much shorter and simpler.
Fancy Private File Storage: Xordrive
Xordrive is kinda like Google Drive but looks much more minimalistic and also offers 15gb of free storage but it's decentralized. You have to sign up for BlockStack though.
Android with actual privacy features: LineageOS
LineageOS is an Android based Mobile OS with many privacy features. I haven't tried it myself, but it looks pretty cool and I definitely would install if my device was supported.