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MeePasswords is a simple tool to securely store short snippets of sensible or confidential data such as passwords and the like. MeePasswords encrypts the stored data with a freely choosable master password.

You can easily synchronize the password list with your desktop or other MeePasswords installations. Please note that you need to have an e-mail account that supports IMAP and, optionally, the MeePasswords desktop version for this.



rdomschk's picture

Perfekt Work ruedigergad! It works now also on 64 bit with SFOS Thx

janssoni's picture

Seems to crash on 4.3.0 (Xperia X) when trying to log in. Thoughts?

ruedigergad's picture


thanks for the feedback.

I uploaded a new build that may fix the issue. For this build, you also need a new version of qca-qt5, which can be downloaded from:

Please be aware that I currently have no access to a SailfishOS device and thus could not test if this works.




PS: The packages are also available via the Mer OBS:




PPS: There were still some failures in the deployment. I uploaded fixed versions.

rdomschk's picture

I ask on together.Jolla and got follow temporarry solution. Make with terminal a copy of the new libarie and rename it. It works for me and I am happy!

$ devel-su
# cd /usr/lib
# ln -s

Important! small letters in the copy file!

ruedigergad's picture

Thanks a lot for spotting the problem and posting a solution! :)

Igor80's picture

Thank you Rdomschk!!! It works for me too.

rdomschk's picture

The same here :(

Igor80's picture

Does not start after update to Sailfish 3.0. Please help.

I get message "error while loading shared libraries:" if run from terminal

salyavin's picture

Any chance of integrating with lastpass? 

This is open source


w32blaster's picture

Great app. I used it a lot on my N9. Thank you for the porting it to Jolla.

chem1st's picture

Good app, not finished yet but usable, used it on N9. Copy your encrypted.raw from N9 over to the MeePass folder in /home/nemo/

w32blaster's picture

More detailed advice. In otder to migrate data from N9 to Jolla, copy the file



from your N9 to this folder on your Jolla: