Dependable,easy,deserves 10 stars This password keeper has served me reliably through 3 phones now plus various notebooks,laptop. It never fails to retrieve my data.i store the database on dropbox free version. Im so nervous when i tic that retrieve box,but boom every time. Id never remember all my stuff.easy to sync,edit,add.just mail yourself the main password because you cant get it from them if you forget it. Happy happy!
Not as advertised This app has been great for years until the last time I upgraded my phone. I got the new phone, installed the UPM app and went to set it up and nothing. I tried every option they had and nothing. I lost EVERY SINGLE ONE of my username and passwords. I must've had over 40 accounts that I lost. I have since switched to password keeper. So disappointing.
Help! I've used this app & have been happy with it UNTIL my phone stopped working & I had to have it replaced. I downloaded this app, wrongly assuming that my info would be there. It's gone. If anyone can help me I would appreciate any help you can provide. If I can retrieve my info & will give you a 5+++ stars & will rewrite my review. Thank you!
Doesn't always upload when syncing The app doesn't always upload to my dropbox when I sync it after making changes. I add accounts to UPM and click sync but it only tries to download a new database but doesn't upload the new one. If I sync my tablet, the changes I made on my phone don't download to my tablet so I know that the app isn't uploading.
Good simple app, mostly I picked upm for its cross-platform support, not its looks or features, and it's pretty good at its job so far. One problem: if I ever forget my password it looks like I won't be able to delete the database; no options are available until after the password is entered, and cloud restore brings it back automatically. I'm not happy that it didn't ask my permission before backing up to the cloud either - sure it's encrypted, but security leaks happen.
REALLY??? who in their right minds would have you set up a encrypted file on your SD card as a restore file the when you restore MOVES rather than COPY the file from the SD card? Like I'm not going to want to keep the file on there any more. Totally a waste go with something else
UPM now uses Android's remote cloud storage to backup your encrypted password database. Should you perform a factory reset or convert to a new Android device your database will be automatically restored when UPM is reinstalled.
Added a high resolution icon.
Keepass2Android is a password manager compatible with KeePass 2 (.kdbx) files