I suggest you ...

kdbx file on a server store and open.

kdbx the file (not dropbox, but to a private server) on a server store and open.
I use KeePass on many computers, only on my Android Use a missing url.
That would be worth a donation to me personally;-)

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      • Myles commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This feature would be REALLY useful and having a synchronized database on Android would be much more convenient.

      • alann commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I've been asking for the functionality to open a kdbx file via https for a long time. To me this functionality is much more important then being able to write kdbx files. Please let us know if you intend to ever provide this functionality.

      • Paul Bonham commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I would donate money to help develop this.
        My company policy will not allow access to could based drives.

        I use the ftp/sftp updates on the windows applications and have to import this db to my phone weekly.

      • MattC commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I host my KDBX files on an FTP server. It would be nice if your app could open them directly from the FTP URL like the desktop version does. (ftp://myurlhere.com/mykeepassdb.kdbx)

      • Martin H. commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I second all previous comments! I have similar situation and use Keepass all over the world on my business trips. Miss it in my Android machine a lot :'(

      • Heinrich Diebel commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I store my keepass db file on my own server too. From all other machines Windows Linux I access the db by use of a SSL encrypted WebDAV session. Missing this with keepassdroid is bitter and prevents me from really using keypassdroid at the moment. I don't want different databases on different devices.

      • Ben Tyger commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I have the same scenario. I use Linux machines, Windows machines, and an Android based phone with keepass. I have a workaround for this. I put the my keepass db file on Dropbox. For added security, I also encrypt my keepass DB file with a key. The key file never gets put on dropbox. I then put the key file on the trusted machines. This way if my dropbox account get hacked, my keepass DB is safe (excluding a database security bug).

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I agree! The Windows version of Keepass supports the use of WebDAV to store a password database on a remote system (and supports the use of a SSL encrypted WebDAV session). Surely there are some existing open source webdav libraries you can use (i.e cadaver) to make your life easier.

        please implement this!

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