Password Store

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About this app

Android client for pass. Password Store aims to be a feature-complete client and implements most of its capabilities.

Feature matrix:
✅ Clone an existing pass repository
✅ Initialize a new pass repository
✅ List the passwords
✅ Handle the directories as categories
✅ Decrypt the password files
✅ Add a new password to the current category (or no category if added at the root)
✅ Pull and Push changes to the remote repository
✅ Ability to change remote repository info
❌ Multiple password stores.

Requires OpenKeychain to encrypt and decrypt passwords.

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Password Store is open sourced at, and you can contribute translations through our Crowdin project which can be found at
Updated on
Jul 27, 2021

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Ratings and reviews

389 reviews
Murdock Grewar
August 8, 2020
Great app. No ads, all the advanced settings at your fingertips. Can use an authentication key in the PGP keyring to authenticate with the git server. The designer is in tune with the UNIX philosophy. However the autofill just doesn't work half the time. It's not this app's fault at all, it affects all password managers using the Android autofill API. I can already open this app and copy the password as needed, but it would be great to have a way to copy all fields at once, like username.
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Harsh Shandilya
August 9, 2020
Thanks for your glowing review! I'll let you know about Autofill in our existing email thread.
A Google user
February 7, 2020
I am not able to add external repos from sub-directories. I am forced to add them in the root (not actual root, but where Documents, Pictures, etc folders are) and even when I do I can't add passwords because the save button does nothing. I am still able to decrypt already existing passwords so at least there's that. Hope for a fix, have to use legacy for now.
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Harsh Shandilya
February 12, 2020
This bug is fixed on our test devices so we can't do much without a proper report from you on our GitHub repository.
Brieuc Dubois
August 15, 2020
Simple and effective application. The developer answers very quickly here and by email, bringing very satisfying answers. I can only regret that there is no possibility to protect the app with a different password from the system (my friends know my password) as well as the absence of error messages for some bugs. The total absence of advertising and the totally open source side are also huge pluses! !
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Harsh Shandilya
August 15, 2020
Thank you for your kind words. Relying on the system to provide authentication allows us to offload a lot of potential security risk to audited code from Android who are equipped to handle that much better than us so it's unlikely that we're ever going to change how we implement it. We've improved error messaging significantly for the next release.

What's new

This v1.13.5 release fixes a handful of common crashes that should make the app much more stable for everyone. We're still hard at work at supporting Android's new storage requirements for v2.0.0 and will share an update soon 😊

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