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Editors' Review

Keepass2Android is an unofficial port to Android of the popular open-source password manager KeePass on Windows.


Stores and secures passwords: Keepass2Android can store your passwords locally on your phone or in a cloud service, such as Dropbox. The database is encrypted using the industry-standard AES-256 and protected with your master password. You can copy and paste your username and password from the database to the log-in screen or turn on the autofill service to automatically populate log-in fields.

Works with Windows Keepass database: If you already Keepass on Windows, you store the Windows password-manager database in the cloud to access from your Android device or you can copy the database to your phone. The Android app can read to and write from the database. You can, of course, just create a new database if you don't use Keepass on other platforms.

Free: The app is free to use on the Android platform.

Available across platforms: The Windows version of Keepass is the official build of the password manager. Its community has ported the open-source tool to Linux, Mac, Android, and iOS, as well as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and other popular browsers. If you want to run Keepass on other platforms, you might need to do a bit of digging to find the apps for those other OSes or browsers.

SEE: The 5 Best Android Password Managers to Keep Safe Your Passwords


Extra work: Keepass2Android is suited to those who don't mind fiddling with their apps in the setup process. So if you'd rather just download, install, and start using a password manager that syncs automatically across your platforms, Keepass2Android is probably not the app for you.

Bottom Line

If you like Keepass on Windows, Keepass2Android is a way to use the open-source password manager on your Android phone. It takes a bit of work to set up, but once it gets going, it's a handy way to securely store passwords and autofill log-in screens.

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Full Specifications

What's new in version 1.06f

Switch to ykDroid instead of YubiChallenge as app for Yubikey Challenge-Response.

Implement support for KeepassXC-style Challenge-Response. Note: Database format must be KDBX4!

Refuse to load trashed files from Google Drive

Switch TLS implementation for FTPS, add workaround to JSch bug with servers supporting gssapi-with-mic

bug fixes

Adapt keyboard to behavior changes in Android P.


Publisher Crocoapps
Publisher web site
Release Date November 15, 2018
Date Added November 15, 2018
Version 1.06f


Category Utilities & Operating Systems
Subcategory Other

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Operating Systems Android
Additional Requirements None

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Total Downloads 3,638
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License Model Free
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Price Free
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