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Lightweight vault and password manager for Android, KeePassDX allows editing encrypted data in a single file in KeePass format and fill in the forms in a secure way.


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Android KeePassDX

Lightweight password manager for Android, KeePassDX allows editing encrypted data in a single file in KeePass format and fill in the forms in a secure way.


  • Create database files / entries and groups.
  • Support for .kdb and .kdbx files (version 1 to 4) with AES - Twofish - ChaCha20 - Argon2 algorithm.
  • Compatible with the majority of alternative programs (KeePass, KeePassXC, KeeWeb, …).
  • Allows opening and copying URI / URL fields quickly.
  • Biometric recognition for fast unlocking (fingerprint / face unlock / …).
  • One-Time Password management (HOTP / TOTP) for Two-factor authentication (2FA).
  • Material design with themes.
  • Auto-Fill and Integration.
  • Field filling keyboard.
  • Dynamic templates
  • History of each entry.
  • Precise management of settings.
  • Code written in native languages (Kotlin / Java / JNI / C).

KeePassDX is open source and ad-free.

What is KeePassDX?

An alternative to remembering an endless list of passwords manually. This is made more difficult by using different passwords for each account. If you use one password everywhere and security fails only one of those places, it grants access to your e-mail account, website, etc, and you may not know about it or notice, before bad things happen.

KeePassDX is a password manager for Android, which helps you manage your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords in one database, locked with a master key and/or a keyfile. You only have to remember one single master password and/or select the keyfile to unlock the whole database. The databases are encrypted using the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known.

Small print?

KeePassDX is under open source GPL3 license, meaning you can use, study, change and share it at will. Copyleft ensures it stays that way. From the full source, anyone can build, fork, and check whether for example the encryption algorithms are implemented correctly. There is no advertising.

Do not worry, the main features remain completely free.

Optional visual styles are accessible after a contribution (and a congratulatory message (Ո‿Ո) ) or the purchase of an extended version to encourage contribution to the work of open source projects! If you contribute to the project and do not have access to the styles, do not hesitate to contact the author at



F-Droid is the recommended way of installing, a libre software project that verifies that all the libraries and app code is libre software.

Get it on F-Droid Get it on Google Play Get it on Github

Verify the authenticity of the downloaded app from GitHub

1- Download the latest app from GitHub releases.
2- Open the directory where you saved the downloaded file in the Terminal on Linux/MacOS.
3- You must have keytool command installed.
4- Depending on the flavor you downloaded, run:

keytool -printcert -jarfile KeePassDX-*-libre.apk | grep '7D:55:B8:AF:21:03:81:AA:BF:96:0F:07:E1:7C:F7:85:7B:6D:2A:64:2C:A2:DA:6B:F0:BD:F1:B2:00:36:2F:04'


keytool -printcert -jarfile KeePassDX-*-free.apk | grep '7D:55:B8:AF:21:03:81:AA:BF:96:0F:07:E1:7C:F7:85:7B:6D:2A:64:2C:A2:DA:6B:F0:BD:F1:B2:00:36:2F:04'

You should get this output:

SHA256: 7D:55:B8:AF:21:03:81:AA:BF:96:0F:07:E1:7C:F7:85:7B:6D:2A:64:2C:A2:DA:6B:F0:BD:F1:B2:00:36:2F:04

Frequently Asked Questions

Other questions? You can read the FAQ

Other devices


Copyright © 2023 Jeremy Jamet / Kunzisoft.

This file is part of KeePassDX.

KeePassDX is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

KeePassDX is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with KeePassDX. If not, see

This project is a fork of KeePassDroid by bpellin.