My favorite thing about Jumbo is that everything’s handled locally—none of my data gets stored or manipulated server-side. The compromise is that since Jumbo doesn’t store any of my logins or information on their servers, it’s on me to open the app every week and initiate a cleaning. A small price to pay.
Jumbo is the rare example of a truly user-focused privacy product. None of your information is slipped out the side door to sell ads, and Mr. Valade is upfront with how they plan to make money: premium features, accessible via subscription. I’m not optimistic that Jumbo will be around for the longterm—how many people will pay for something like this?—but for now consider me a fan.