Palm Keyring for Android

Palm Keyring for Android will read and write database files (*.pdb) produced by the Java application KeyringEditor. It uses the same file format as the original Keyring for Palm OS application. It lets you securely store secret information on your Android device or in the Internet Cloud. Use it to store passwords, online logins, account numbers or anything else you want to store securely.

Store the data file on a cloud service like Dropbox and you can access it from anywhere. Open the data file from within the Android Dropbox app and any changes you make will be saved to the cloud. Use the Java app KeyringEditor to access and update the data file from any PC, mac or Linux machine.

Palm Keyring for Android supports both keyring 1.2 and 2.0 file formats and TripleDES, AES 128 and AES 256 encryption standards. It does not support Palm categories.

Palm Keyring for Android is based on KeyringEditor by Markus Griessnig.
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What's New

Added support for content servers because Android 7.0 no longer permits file transfer between apps
Added access to edit menu from main menu
Fixed excessively large font size in edit entry screen
Stopped Android OS from taking a screen shot of app for use in multitask screen
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Additional Information

Updated
June 24, 2017
Size
59k
Installs
100+
Current Version
1.3
Requires Android
2.1 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
Peter Newman
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