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Topic # 240486 10-Sep-2018 13:56
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I'm half contemplating moving from Android to iPhone when the new X is announced as I simply cant get a decent Android flagship in the smaller form factor (all new androids seem to be pushing 6+" phones!).

 

I use Keepass/dropbox for password management and with Android there is a great app that allows to you view and edit on your phone.

 

From memory, when I last used iOS, there was an app that allowed you to view records on Keepass, but you couldn't edit via your phone which, if still the case, will be a major obstacle to me moving.

 

Is there now an option to edit Keepass on an iPhone, or is it unchanged?


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  Reply # 2086908 10-Sep-2018 14:02
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I have been using miniKeepass on an iPhone 6 for years and it is fully functional. You can edit, delete and add new entries. It needs to be synchronised manually if you also have Keepass on your laptop or desktop but it's easy enough to do.


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  Reply # 2086980 10-Sep-2018 14:54
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You could take the opportunity to leap to something new like 1Password.  The Gatekeeper functionality is brilliant.


 
 
 
 


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I use minikeepass as well.  Mostly sync from PC to dropbox then to IOS.....Not often do i need to go the other way.  Will tend to email me the PW then update the PC app if I create an account on IOS.

 

 





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