Sync all your passwords in a secure storage file that you can access from your phone or computer using Google Drive
The latest update to the Google Drive Android app now allows arbitrary files to be stored and synced on your Google Drive.
KeePass is a cross-platform, open-source encrypted password storage app, which includes an app for Android, widely recognized as one of the best and most secure ways to store your passwords.
The difficulty with KeePass is that it stores the passwords in an encrypted, local file, but that's also one of it's biggest security advantages, in that you don't have to trust anyone else with your passwords.
But now, it's easy to have the best of both worlds! You can sync your KeePass password file to Google Drive, enabling you to access it from anywhere, but nobody except you will ever be able to read the contents because it is encrypted.
Start by installing Google Drive on your computer. This will create a folder for Google Drive on your computer, that is automatically kept synced to the website.
Next, download and install KeePass on your computer, and open it up, pick a password to protect the database, and save your new database file into the Google Drive folder. You can now begin saving all your other passwords into this file. Your KeePass password file should now automatically be synced onto your Google Drive.
Install KeePassDroid, the KeePass app for Android. You just need to install it, but you won't need to directly access it after that.
Now you can install the Google Drive app. Once you login to that, find your KeePass file in the file listing and mark it to make it available offline. When you click on the KeePass file, it should give you the ability to open using KeePassDroid.
Access your passwords securely, anywhere, anytime, with updates automatically synced to all your devices!