Once you get past the learning curve this app does almost everything you'll need it to do. It's Open Source and it allows one to randomize all their passwords and access them in one place without ever needing to know more than one password. Best used in tandem with a desktop version and a cloud service like Google Drive or DropBox. Download and donate!
Does what is says it does very well. Needs a few additions. This app keeps your credentials secure, no doubt. It could use a couple additions: the ability to delete groups; the ability to move an entry to a different group and easier integration with dropbox. Otherwise it's great!
Basically works but inconvenient to use and does not play nicely with dropbox, Have to type a long password each time I use it which is annoying on a mobile device. Would be good to have a simpler way of accessing the DB. Also, when using a kdb file in a dropbox folder, the app does not show the latest changes. Seems to be using an older kdb file even though dropbox clearly has the newer file.
Nice, solid app. Keeps my passwords and has file format compatibility with KeePass on Linux, with no ads. It's just what I needed. The only thing I would add is a way to move entries from one folder to another. Thank you.
Allows to store my codes and have on all devices when combined with dropbox. WISH THEY COULD DEVELOP A SIMILAR APP FOR CHROMEBOOKS. THE KEEPASS APPS AVAILABLE NOW ARE AWFUL.
This app is easy to use and I love it. It may be a bit hard to understand at first, but once you learn it, you can be as productive as possible. I've seen other KeePass apps that open databases, some that come with custom keyboards that you use a button to type a password in. I don't like that, because I have a hardware keyboard on my tablet, and I'd like not to waste screen space with an on-screen keyboard. This app takes an approach I've not seen; when you leave the app on an entry, it puts "Copy password" and "Copy username" notifications, so it even works with apps besides browsers! I personally see this as a genius idea and I love the app. Especially since I use the app OneDriveSync, this makes the transition between PC and tablet seamless. Only one problem I see: you can't set an icon for an entry or group. Or at least, I haven't figured it out yet. I was very happy to see that it displayed icons and this is, again, a feature that most apps lack. Great app overall, I love it.
Integrate with new versions of Google drive
Android N compatibility
.kdbx Twofish support
Improve password generator randomness
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