Palm OS Keyring for Android

Palm OS Keyring for Android


This is a general purpose password/secure data store. It is a free, open-source, implementation of the popular Palm OS Keyring application implemented as an Android app. It includes a password generator, import/export, categorisation and other features. Users of the Palm OS Keyring can import/export their existing Keyring. It will install to your SD card.

Recent changes:
Please backup before upgrading.

This version introduces more randomness into character types when generating passwords and supports longer lists of password categories.

Please use the website linked to from the Help section of the app to report problems.
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Free
88
4.4
User ratings
40
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
406 kb
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About Palm OS Keyring for Android
This is a general purpose password/secure data store. It is a free, open-source, implementation of the popular Palm OS Keyring application implemented as an Android app. It includes a password generator, import/export, categorisation and other features. Users of the Palm OS Keyring can import/export their existing Keyring. It will install to your SD card.

Recent changes:
Please backup before upgrading.

This version introduces more randomness into character types when generating passwords and supports longer lists of password categories.

Please use the website linked to from the Help section of the app to report problems.

User reviews of Palm OS Keyring for Android
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A Google User
Oct 30, 2014
Works as advertised. Pros: Had no issues importing the keyring from my T3. Once imported I can continue sharing the keyring with Linux' jpilot software on multiple machines. Cons: Minor graphic display glitches while scrolling under KK 4.3/4.4 on both CM and Samsung based ROMs.
A Google User
Sep 6, 2014
Needs a lot of polishing - the import says put the .pdb file on to the sd card, /downloads folder, but on my S3 it didn't find it there - I had to put it into /downloads on the DEVICE. - it couldn't import some of the items from the old .pdb - I wanted to delete some of those that it imported, but after first item is deleted, the database becomes corrupt and shows up items only with #numbers, and no names - tried to export the imported database, but that export could not be imported back into the same app. (I hoped that would solve the deleting problem.) - if you work with the original clear database, deleting seems to be ok... BUT WE NEED the imported data and continue working on that. All in all it does not look reliable.
A Google User
Jul 12, 2014
Have been using on palm for years!
A Google User
Aug 29, 2013
I have't any problems Excellent !
A Google User
Dec 27, 2012
Does not work On my galaxy ace gt it just stays in a loop of creating the password store over and over. Disappointed as I am a former Palm user.