KeePass is a very popular open source application that helps you manage your passwords. MyKeePass is an ongoing effort trying to port KeePass to iPhone. The latest version of MyKeePass is compatible with both KeePass 1.0 KDB files and KeePass 2.0 KDBX files. Although its functionality is still very limited, MyKeePass is capable of:
- View/Edit-ing KDB files;
- Viewing KDBX files;
- Uploading KeePass files from your desktop to iPhone;
- Downloading KeePass files to iPhone from your own web server;
I have received many suggestions and commons after MyKeePass release, and it is really encouraging to me. To make it more convenient for users to submit feedbacks, I decided to setup a new home for MyKeePass. Here by using the support forum you can easily input your thoughts on the application.
MyKeePass is my after hour hobby project, and I can work on it only during the evening, or the weekends. So I am sorry if I am not able to answer your questions in time. I am neither able to implement all the features you requested, but hopefully (I cannot make promises here), the next release (1.11) will:
- Run on iPad;
- Access private folders of DropBox (Readonly);
- Remember the master password for a short period, so you don't need to reenter the password;
- Fix few bugs;
- Display icons;
Supporting editing KDBX files will be delayed for a while.
The source code of MyKeePass can be found here