Edit 2019: Contact Cache is now public & read more about it in my new IH post: https://www.indiehackers.com/forum/private-contact-and-relationship-manager-with-client-side-encryption-8d26d1d142.
It has been more than a year since I wanted to have some sort of “personal relationship manager”. In other words I needed a tool to write down notes about people since I am always forgetful. And since at that time I didn’t find anything satisfactory, I decided to build an app for myself that would allow me to do exactly that.
During the development I realized that I am not building only a note-taking application, but also a personal contact manager, because it makes sense to have all of the data together.
At the same time, I was thinking whether some of my friends or other people would use an app like that. I realized that I don’t want people to worry about anyone looking at their data or stealing them since they can be very sensitive. That’s why I made the decision to use client-side encryption for all of the stored data so that the server can never read it.
I named the application Contact Cache. It aims to be a secure contact and personal relationship manager in one app that will help you to remember important information and stay in touch.
I have a new landing page for now, before the product is ready to be tested:
I also have a blog where I will be writing about the development, programming, being "maker", etc.:
Please let me know what you think!