KeePassDroidVaries with device
KeePassDroid is an implementation of the KeePass Password Safe for Android.
KeePassDroid is a port of the KeePass Password safe for the Android platform.
If you are seeing crashes, please report them on the issues page. The fastest way to get issues resolved is if you can attach a sanitized version (your sensitive information removed) of your keepass database file.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why do I get EACCES: Permission denied errors when trying to save files on my KitKat device?
In Android version 4.4 KitKat, many manufacturers have removed the ability for most applications to write to the sd card. If you want to continue to edit KeePass files on your phone, you must move your database to your phone’s internal storage.
Do you support KeePass version >=2, .kdbx databases?
Yes. However, KDBX version 4 is not yet supported.
Do you support reading from or exporting to any other formats?
No, but you can use the desktop version of KeePass to convert between these formats.
Do you support automated syncing of databases with another device?
The android Dropbox app provides a great way to do this synchronization between desktops and your phone. The Dropbox app on Android doesn’t do automatic syncing the same way the desktop version does. I recommend using Dropsync to get automated syncing.