Easy to use KeePass for iOS
KeePassium combines the security of KeePass with a clean intuitive design. Protect yourself using strong passwords — without remembering or typing them.
KeePassium works with offline and online databases, including automatic two-way synchronization with your cloud storage. Almost any provider that appears in the Files app is supported.
Password Auto Fill
With Auto Fill, you can login to websites and other apps in just a couple of taps.
KeePassium is an offline app. It will never ask for your server credentials. Instead, it integrates with the iOS Files app, and delegates all the networking to the cloud provider apps.
Works with YubiKey
Customizable password generator, custom entry fields, custom icons. You can also preview and export attached files, too.
KeePassium works great with other KeePass apps, be it KeePass itself, KeePassXC, KeePassDroid, Keepass2Android or other KeePass-compatible app. KeePassium supports all the current database formats:
kdb (KeePass 1.x),
kdbx3 (KeePass 2.34 and before) and
kdbx4 (KeePass 2.35+), and relies on time-proven implementations of AES, ChaCha20, Twofish, and Argon2 algorithms.
Everything is backed up: each entry keeps its history, deleted entries end up in Recycle Bin, and each database is copied before saving. (And you can disable any of these.)
Playing with the @KeePassium iOS beta — NFC support with my YubiKey 5 is looking stellar! I’ve been waiting for a solid iOS app that implements @KeePassXC‘s Challenge/Response design.
Definitely the app to use for keeping passwords. I use KeePass XC on my PC and KeePassium on my iOS devices. The two apps work quite well together, using cloud storage.
When I initially installed KeePass on my PC, I got second doubts as to whether I’ll be able to use it with my iOS devices. I stumbled upon this app and I am blown away at how polished it is. Truly, apps like these are the soul of open source. Keep it up!
Best App for KeePass
I did not found better app for KeePass for my IPad. This one is better that everything I’ve tried. It look better, has all the options I need and support all the latest OS features.