You can use cloud storage, including Google Drive! (read only at this moment).
Go to Google Drive, select database, click on it and select open with NFC Key.
NFC tag stores only random numbers, and the password is encrypted with those numbers (AES-128 algorithm), stored in protected
Android device memory. An attacker would have to scan(copy) your NFC tag and either steal and root your Android device to get your password. If you suspect that your NFC tag has been read, you can use NFC Key again to re-write it with new random values, rendering the previous information useless.
* A phone which can write to, and read from, NFC tags (such as the Nexus 4,Xperia S, Xperia Z, Galaxy S3)
* Keepass2Android online or/and
* Keepass2Android offline or/and
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This application is a contacts widget, which can be placed even on the lock screen.
This app has access to :