I don't have any experience with Keeper, but I use Mind Wallet. It works well.
Check out this thread, lots of recommendations:
Best Password Manager App?? - Page 6 - Android Forums
Thank you, gentlemen!
I use KeePassDroid and KeePass on my desktop as well. I keep the database file sync'd using Dropbox and DropSpace.
A few apps I can't live without:
Evernote - Great notetaking app that syncs with their website and desktop app
Dropbox - File Sync
Google Reader - Great to have all your news in one app
Google Voice - I have my number linked to my google voice account. It's available to all Sprint customers. Great to have all your voicemails and SMS's saved forever, and have the ability to reply to SMS's from any computer.
Tapatalk - Forum surfing app. Lots of great features the ability to upload pics to tapatalk's server for direct embed in posts, etc.
Scoremobile - Sports scores
Trimble Outdoors - Great outdoors navigation app with a cool website for planning trips too.
The apps I use the most are GO SMS Pro, Words with Friends, and Hanging with Friends. I also use SpeedView as the speedometer in my car is finicky and may or may not work on any given day. ColorNote is good for simple lists and notes-to-self.
Here's a great little app for SFST- well worth the 2.99
SFST Notes is an application designed for law enforcement officers who enforce DUI laws. This app allows you to take notes in the field for both standardized and non-standardized field sobriety tasks (FSTs) using easy-to-use buttons and check boxes to make note of FST clues and other indicators of impairment.
By default the three standardized tasks (HGN, 9 Step Walk and Turn, One Leg Stand) are included along with preliminary interview clues. The user has the option to add other FSTs, including Finger-to-Nose, Romberg, Alphabet Recital, Backwards Counting, and a Preliminary Breath Test (PBT). Tasks are organized in an easy-to-use tab format and you can return to each task at any time to include additional clues.
Once you complete your notes, the app will create a basic narrative detailing your observations that you may use and modify as needed for your police report. You have the option of emailing this narrative (an email client such as Google Mail is required) or saving it to your SD card.
Other special features include:
- 30 second timer included for One Leg Stand task
- Ability to account for each specific missed step on the Walk and Turn task
- Start/Stop timer included with Romberg task