Keepass2Android, an Android port of the free and open-source Keepass password manager, has reportedly received a new update, bringing the version to 1.09b-pre1. According to Mishaal Rahman, the new update “adds inline autofill suggestions in supported keyboard apps like Gboard and SwiftKey on Android 11+.
To those unfamiliar with the Keepass password manager, it is one of the most popular and widely used password managers, and the best thing is that the software is free and open-source. It does not have an official app for Android, but there are plenty of Android ports for Keepass, including the Keepass2Android app on the Google Play Store. The app allows users to store and manage their passwords across devices.
Download Latest Keepass2Android via Play Store
As aforementioned, the Keepass2Android Password Safe app is available on the Google Play Store to download for free. As per Rahman, the update with the “inline autofill suggestions” feature has been rolled out via the Play Store for users running Android 11+ on their devices. Here’s what’s new in the Keepass2Android v1.09b-pre1, according to the Play Store description:
- Fix disappearing autofill prompt in Firefox
- Integrate autofill suggestions with keyboard (requires Android 11+)
- Allow to change app language in Settings
If you use the Keepass2Android Password Safe password manager and have Android 11+ running on your device, head to the Google Play Store to update the app. Alternatively, you can click here to directly update the app from Play Store.