There are several versions of programs compatible Keepass for iPhone and you do not know which one to use?
Here is a list that will help you:
|Kypass 1.2||iKeepass 2.1||MyKeepass 1.12||PassDrop 1.0.1|
|Read KDB v1.x||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Write KDB v1.x||Yes||No||Yes||Yes|
|Read KDBx v2.x||Yes||No||Yes<=2.14||No|
|Write KDBx v2.x||No||No||No||No|
|Min version of IOS||3.1.3||4.0||3.1.3||4.2|
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i just buy your APP but the link for Dropbox not working ???
Copy your database in the “/crypted” folder in the root of your dropbox
Why is it that all the iphone keepass apps do not support write in 2.x? Will this feature be implemented anytime soon?
In a few week. But is not at the top of my todo list
Can you point me to where I can find information on how to import a ‘kdb 1.x’ file into the Kypass 1.2.1 I downloaded from the App Store to my iPad2?
I can find no instructions and no help files that will help me configure the database.
Thanks in advance for your patience with this,
Keepass database could be copied via ‘upload from desktop’ (via the + button) or via iTunes file sharing: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht4094
But… the best solution is the link via dropbox.. Look the ‘reminder’ part of the next post on this blog 🙂
It is not spelled out but can kypass create a local db for backup with iTunes? 256 bit encryption is ok but not great. Not putting it out on the net. Remember, 2011 dubbed “The Year of the Breach”.