KeePassXC is a community fork of KeePassX, the cross-platform port of KeePass for Windows. Every feature works cross-platform and was thoroughly tested on multiple systems to provide users with the same look and feel on every supported operating system. This includes the beloved Auto-Type feature.
Keepass2Android is an unofficial port to Android of the popular open-source password manager KeePass on Windows. Pros. Stores and secures passwords: Keepass2Android can store your passwords Thanks to its open-source end-to-end nature, KeePass is the only password manager I really recommend*. KeePass2Android is a great port of it. It is fully compatible with regular KeePass 2.x database files, syncs across devices seamlessly, and integrates far better with Android than any other KeePass port I have tired. Perhaps the best implementation of what we could see from an "official" KeePass Android app, KeePassMob supports KeePass 1.x as well as the 2.x file format. It also includes support for Dropbox, Box.com, OneDrive and others for cloud backup. The app also supports password generation, and many, many other features. Keepass Portable: 2.43. Hey folks . i want to use my android device with keepass on sync withn an cloud hoster like google or one drive. Whats is the best way to do this ? or i think i have to ask which plugin is the best for this usage. Passcode-protected Dropbox. If your Dropbox app is passcode-protected, it will not integrate with the system (the Files app won't be able to access Dropbox). As a result, Dropbox databases will not be accessible to KeePassium. The only known workaround — besides disabling the Dropbox passcode — is manual sync. iOS 13 issues
Thanks to its open-source end-to-end nature, KeePass is the only password manager I really recommend*. KeePass2Android is a great port of it. It is fully compatible with regular KeePass 2.x database files, syncs across devices seamlessly, and integrates far better with Android than any other KeePass port I have tired.
I've been keeping my KeePass database in Dropbox so I can access it from all my devices - two Windows 10 machines and an Android phone. Following Dropbox's dreadful "automatic computer backup" debacle, I am no longer willing to have the Dropbox app on any of my devices. KeePassXC currently uses the KeePass 2.x (.kdbx) password database format as its native file format in versions 3.1 and 4. Database files in version 2 can be opened, but will be upgraded to a newer format. KeePass 1.x (.kdb) databases can be imported into a .kdbx file, but this process is one-way.
Syncing 1Password with Dropbox works very similarly to syncing KeePass. In a nutshell, you need to save your 1Password database file in your Dropbox directory.
Side note: Make sure you are using KeePass 2.x app which has the extension .kbdx for database files as it works for all the platforms including Android and iOS. KeePass 1.0 only supports Windows