Malware NEVER use a password safe that uploads anything to the web. THERE IS NO EXCUSE FOR ANY PASSWORD SAFE TO CONNECT TO THE WEB, ESPECIALLY AS A REQUIREMENT FOR USE. The only possible reason for a cloud feature that you can't turn off is to deliberately steal your passwords. EDIT: Former user, not non-user. And that's hardly the tone a developer who cares about users takes. Edit 2: You sure have a lot of time on your hands. This non-user will remain such. But thank you for displaying your rudeness.
Very neat and clean solution for Keepass users on Android. I would recommend an option to auto-fill the fields if possible (only one login or the first login found) Update: I mean without using the dialog. If you think the dialog is there for a good reason, consider removing the "Continue" button. When user selects an entry, it will auto-fill that entry
Best app ever for keepass I have used most of the keepass supporting apps, but I think keepshare is the clear winner
Best solution This is by far the best KeePass app for Android. I had a couple of issues with an earlier version, I posted the bugs on Github and they were fixed within a few days. By the way, it would be nice if some of the other people with issues contacted the dev before leaving a one star review. It helps make the app better for everyone and also shows him respect for all the hard work he has put in.
Works awesome on my Samsung Galaxy S7. I love being able to use fingerprint to unlock it and especially love that it pastes usernames/passwords into apps. I would recommend trying it to see if it works with your phone.
This app shows promise, and the feature list is impressive, but doesn't work all that well for me on my Kyocera phone with older Android (4.4.2). I tried it out for the automatic form-filling "accessibility" feature, however on my phone that feature in particular does not function at all most of the time. Aside from that, the app works reasonably well. There are some rough edges, such as when an app or webpage is not found by automatic search, there is not a way to manually select or search for an entry. Nevertheless, the keyboard-based password entry is superb and comparable to other solutions like Keepass2Android. My only other concern is that you are forced to use the author's own "roll-your-own" system to protect your database password, which makes me very uneasy, although for most people it is probably "good enough" (I'd prefer an option to NOT have the app remember my database password at all). I'll definitely revisit this app in the future once I have a higher-end phone that might be able to handle the form auto-fill. If it works I'd even consider the full (paid) version. But for now I'll stick with Keepass2Android.
* Fix support for keyfiles generated by keepass v1
* Secure off-line mode for Android 6.0+ devices with hardware tokens
* switch internal crypto implementations
* Enhance security against brute-force PIN entry; exponential delay on failure
* Add button to extend database unlock time from notification panel
Keepass2Android is a password manager compatible with KeePass 2 (.kdbx) files
Keepass2Android Offline is a variant of Keepass2Android for local files only
Plugin for Keepass2Android. Allows sharing and reading passwords as QR Code