KeePass Password Manager is perhaps one of the most popular password managers for computers. And the Android version of it is now almost just as good.
The latest update to the app allows users to add and edit entries in the password database. This is a very welcome feature. But the app displays a pop-up which says that this feature is experimental and suggests you to make a backup of the database before making changes to it.
You can backup the database file by just pasting a copy of it in another folder using any file manager.
Here is our tip for backing the database and syncing it with your computer: To keep your KeePass database upto date for changes, use it in conjunction with the Dropbox app for Android (or any backup app). You need to have Keepass and the backup app on the PC, use it to sync the database with the Android device.
Add and edit entries in .kdbx files
Trim whitespace on search queries
Password generator improvements
KeePassDroid is a free app and you can download it from Google Play. Use this link or scan the QR code below.