Here's KeePassGo, an mojo WebOS app for opening a KeePass 2.x file and view the entries and groups. The app allows you to select a .kdbx file, enter a master password and browse through the entries. An entry can be opened to view the details. The passwords are initially covered but can be viewed by touching and holding the password field.
How to use it:
Copy your .kdbx file via USB on your device. Start KeePassGo and select your .kdbx file. Enter your master password to open the database.
What does KeePassGo do with my data?
KeePassGo does not chanhe your data. KeePassGo just reads your .kdbx file and decrypts the data with the master password you have entered so you can view the groups and entries. KeePassGo does not store any data or writes data to any file or database, but keeps everything in memory while the app is active. When you close the KeePassGo app all decrypted data is cleared from memory.
version 1.1.0 (22 feb 2013):
- bug fix: opening large .kdbx files
- new feature: copy each field to the clipboard
version 1.0.1 (initial public version):
- open .kdbx file
- browse through entries and groups
- open entry to view user name, password, URL and notes.
- password shows when tap and hold the password field
You can download KeePassGo here: KeePassGo
The app has been tested on HP Veer and Pre.