Mobile Devices (Android, iOS and Windows Phone)

Pleasant Password Server has mobile clients for Android, iOS and Windows Phone.

Android 4.0.3+

Click here to download PPS Client for Android

iOS 7.1+

Click here to download PPS Client for iOS

Windows Phone 8+

Click here to download PPS Client for Windows Phone

The Windows Phone client will not work with the default certificate. Admin must either:

  • Install a third-party SSL certificate signed by a trusted root certification authority on the server (more details); or
  • Create a self-signed certificate for your Password Server, then install it (in .p7b format) on all client devices. 

Other Mobile OS

At the moment, Android, iOS and Windows Phone are the only mobile OSes that our application supports. However, that doesn't mean we aren't willing to create a mobile client for another mobile operating system with enough demand. If you have a mobile operating system that you think we *must* support click here to let us know.

Mobile Tutorial

Install the App

To get started, find and install the Pleasant Password Server mobile app in the app store of your specific device.

Connect to the Network of your Server

Ensure that your mobile device is properly connected to a network from which your server can be accessed. This can be an external network, however you must properly configure the network hosting your server so that it is accessible externally. Be careful, as this exposes your server to the world. Most scenarios only require internal or VPN access to the server.

Enter your Credentials

Once installed, open the app and you will be prompted to enter your Password Server server name and credentials. These server name and credentials are the same you would enter when accessing Password Server from the desktop or web Pleasant KeePass Client. Tap the Login button to proceed. The server and usernames entered will be stored for future login attempts.

Viewing Contents

Providing the credentials you've chosen are correct, you will be presented with a view containing the contents of the Password Server Root folder. The folders will be listed first followed by the passwords, both in alphabetical order.

Accessing Folders and Passwords

  • To Enter a Subfolder, simply tap it. The same follows for accessing the details of a password.
  • To Display the Credential Details, again, tap it. The password itself is initially hidden and can be shown by tapping the Get Password link.
  • Tapping the Back button, in the top left corner of the screen will:
    • show the contents of the current parent folder, or
    • bring you to the previous screen, or
    • on second tab, ask to exit the application


  • Currently, files and other attachments are not accessible from the mobile client.


Problem: AD/LDAP users can't log in, even though I've added the directory in the web client and enabled Auto Import.

Solution: have your users log in once via the web client (it's the only client that auto-imports).

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