- You can now search a list of items by tapping the search icon in the top right corner.
- You can now import SSH keys from a file when you create a new SSH key item.
- It’s now possible to fill logins in apps developed using Flutter.
- We’ve made some improvements to improve the accuracy of filling suggestions shown in some apps.
- We’ve updated the design of the Customize Home screen.
- You’ll now see an error when you try to sign in to a 1Password account that is already in the app.
- We’ve improved the design of the navigation bar.
- You can now paste SSH keys from the clipboard when creating a new SSH key item.
- We’ve improved the behavior of item details so you can tap a field to copy it and tap the vertical ellipsis to perform other actions.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused some password field content to be saved as dots (•••) instead of the password characters.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused Duo authentication to not work when switching away from 1Password.
- We’ve fixed an issue where you could use a newly enrolled fingerprint to unlock 1Password without needing to enter your password first.
- We’ve fixed an issue where archiving or deleting an item in a Watchtower list would result in displaying an empty list.
- We’ve fixed some issues with focus on address and date fields.
This is 1Password 8 for iOS and Android. It’s a brand-new experience designed to bring a little order to a hyper-connected world. Where did I save my medical records? What’s my bank account number? Do I need to worry about that data breach I heard about yesterday?
And, of course, what the heck is my password?
Built for speed
When we began work on 1Password 8 for iOS and Android, we went straight to customers to find out what they were trying to accomplish in 1Password. Armed with that knowledge, we then dove into making it as fast and easy as possible to achieve those tasks. Speed is everything on mobile, and 1Password 8 delivers.
It starts with your new home screen. And I mean it when I say it’s your home screen. When you open 1Password, you can hide, unhide, or reorder what you see here. You can even pin specific fields from your items to this screen for instantaneous access.
I have my kids' Screen Time passcode pinned to my home screen so I can show it in Large Type with a tap. No two people are alike – and now, no two 1Passwords are alike.
The new design also incorporates an updated, always-available navigation bar so you can:
- Quickly access your home screen. Here you’ll find your favorites, recent items, or anything else you want fast access to.
- Access all items across all your accounts. All your vaults, all your tags. It’s all here.
- Search everything. When you tap the search button, the search field is immediately focused. Just start typing to find what you’re looking for.
- Boost your security. Get one-tap access to the all-new Watchtower experience for mobile.
Of course, 1Password is more than just an app. If we’re doing things right, it feels like an extension of iOS and Android, putting the things you’ve stored in 1Password right at your fingertips, right when you need them.
Maybe you’re autofilling the one-time code when you log into your banking app, or your payment card info on Amazon.
Everywhere you need it, the autofill experience is now faster and more precise. Payment cards, addresses, identities – autofill whatever you need, when you need it, on both iOS (with the Safari extension) and Android.
Built for peace of mind
There’s nothing like knowing – not guessing, but knowing – that you’re protected. With the all-new Watchtower experience for mobile, that peace of mind is just a tap away.
Watchtower is your security sentinel, letting you know when you need to take action and making it easier to do so. If your credentials are involved in a data breach, you’ll see an alert in Watchtower and in the item itself. Tap it to take steps to protect yourself (like changing your password).
Those actionable alerts now extend to your security score, which gives you a bird’s-eye view of your overall security. Watchtower continually evaluates key security data points (locally, on your device) to calculate your score, and shows you where you can take action to improve your security. Your score incorporates things like weak passwords, inactive two-factor authentication, compromised passwords, and others.
You can also share your score directly from Watchtower by copying it or tweeting it. Watch out, though – this can get addictive fast. I’ve been known to spend idle minutes knocking down security issues in my own vaults to get my score just a little bit higher.
We also made security questions easier. Questions like “What’s your mother’s maiden name?” or “What was the name of your childhood pet?” are designed to enhance security, but they can also be a pain. If the question is too obscure, it’s hard to remember the answer. Too common and it’s easy to find that info if an attacker looks hard enough.
Now you can generate random answers to security questions as easily as you generate a password. Just add a security question field to any item, and let 1Password generate an answer for you. Better security, no more guesswork.
Of course, you still get all the other security-boosting features you’ve come to expect from 1Password. That includes the ability to securely share items – yep, files and documents too – with anyone, even if they don’t use 1Password.
Built for you
Nothing is as personal as these little rectangles in our pockets, so with 1Password 8 we wanted to create something that you could shape to your needs.
Enter the customizable new home screen.
You might want fast access to your favorites and pinned fields, whereas I might prefer to see a list of frequently used and recently created items. It’s your 1Password, so it’s your call.
What are pinned fields? The easiest way to make 1Password truly yours. You can pin any field in a 1Password item directly to your home screen, so you always have instant access to, say, your bank’s routing number or the one-time code for your Twitter login.
To customize your home screen, scroll to the bottom of the screen and select “Customize” then select or deselect sections to show or hide them (respectively). Drag-and-drop sections to choose the order in which they appear.
Collections have come to iOS and Android, too. Collections are an easy way to create a custom group of vaults for easier context switching. Maybe you want to create a collection of personal, work, and travel vaults, or create collections that separate shared vaults with private ones.
Again, it’s up to you. Just tap the vault icon at the top of the screen and select “Manage Collections” to set it up.
1Password also respects your device’s appearance settings, so if you dwell on the dark side all day long with Dark Mode, 1Password will embrace the darkness right along with you. 😎
Download 1Password 8 for iOS and Android
I can’t emphasize the new part of “all-new” enough. 1Password 8 is more than an upgrade: It’s a brand new experience, and you can download it now from the App Store and Google Play Store. 1Password 7 will not automatically upgrade to 1Password 8.
Once you download the app and start exploring, you’ll also find little flourishes throughout: new icons and typography, detailed item views, and new indicators next to shared items so you can see what’s shared and what’s private at a glance.
Regardless of how you set up your 1Password, you’ll be getting the most advanced version of 1Password we’ve ever built, completely recreated for a mobile-first world.
PS: I want to give a huge shout-out to all our Early Access testers. Your feedback has been invaluable… but we’re not done yet! We’re always listening, so if you’d like to share your thoughts, stop by the community and say hi.
- We’ve fixed an issue that would cause one-time password notifications to not be displayed.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the filter and sort buttons to be hidden from item lists.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could cause navigation issues between the Home and Items tabs after rotating the device.
- We’ve fixed some visual issues that could happen when switching between portrait and landscape orientations.
- We’ve fixed an issue where deauthorizing a specific device and updating your sign-in details at the same time wouldn’t remove the local copy of the data on that device. (Thanks, Michael Rops!)
- 1Password for Android now supports autofill behaviors.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused Autofill suggestions to not show in the password fields for certain keyboards.
- Localization has been improved for a number of our supported languages using new translations from Crowdin.
- We’ve improved the experience of filtering items in a list as you type. Filtering the items in a specific list now properly filters the results with each additional word you type.
- We’ve added icons beside the options in the dropdown menu when you tap the overflow button for a specific field in an item.
- 1Password for Android now supports autofill behaviors.
- You can now adjust the order of websites and apps tied to an item.
- We’ve improved the accessibility experience when changing the order of fields or sections in an item.
- Field names in the Set Up Another Device pop-up are now lowercase.
- We’ve fixed a localization issue to make sure that the search bar shows “Search in all accounts” in all supported languages when All Accounts is selected.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused Autofill suggestions to not show in the password fields for certain keyboards.
- You’ll now see icons beside the each option when you tap the overflow button when viewing an item’s details.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the prompt to allow notifications from 1Password would disappear before giving you a chance to interact with it.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the notification to inform you that a one-time password was copied to your clipboard wouldn’t be displayed.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could cause two instances of the app to open when the app was launched for the first time.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the navigation bar would be hard to see when the 1Password app was opened on tablets.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the field to filter a list could disappear and leave the list of filtered results displayed.
We’ve updated the names and descriptions for each of the Watchtower categories.
Localization has been improved for a number of our supported languages using new translations from Crowdin.
We’ve fixed an issue where denying a prompt to sign in with SSO wouldn’t inform you that the request was denied on the new device.
We’ve fixed an issue that could cause someone to get stuck when trying to migrate to sign in with SSO.
We’ve fixed an issue where after completing the account migration to use SSO, all secondary devices would be required to sign out instead of completing the migration.
We’ve expanded the width of the dropdown menu to prevent truncating Watchtower categories.
We’ve fixed an issue where the toolbar wouldn’t display correctly on the Search tab.
We’ve fixed a visual issue where dropdown menus could contain extra whitespace.
We’ve fixed an issue where 1Password would fill the username into the wrong field on websites in localized languages, such as French and German.
We’ve fixed a crash on Android 14 beta 1.
We’ve fixed an issue that caused the new item and account icons to not show in the top right on the Watchtower tab.
We’ve fixed an issue that prevented signing out of a second account that unlocks with SSO when you try to migrate to unlock with SSO.
The sign in screen will no longer show two loading icons when you sign in with SSO.
You’ll now see the option to unlock 1Password with SSO if you’ve migrated to SSO on another device.
We’ve fixed an issue that caused multiple popups to appear when authenticating with SSO was required.
The welcome screen and About 1Password illustrations have been updated.
We’ve fixed a crash that occurred during sign in.
We’ve fixed an issue that allowed credit card numbers to be saved with concealed digits.
You’ll now see a warning if you may be about to save a new item in the wrong 1Password account.
We’ve updated the phrasing used to describe the new “Items in another account” category in Watchtower.
We’ve fixed an issue where the Export Items permission was required to move an item out of a shared vault.
We’ve moved the button to share an item outside of the overflow menu when viewing item details.
We’ve fixed an issue that could prevent you from signing in to the app using 1Password.com if you have previously used accounts listed in the app.
- If you’re a family organizer, you can now invite and confirm family members directly in the apps.
- When you save an item with Autofill, you’ll now see a warning if you may be saving it into the wrong 1Password account.
- We’ve improved the smoothness of animations in the app.
- We’ve fixed a visual issue with the search icon in Autofill.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the autofill behavior option button to not be tappable when creating an item.
- We’ve fixed an issue in the in-app subscription screen that showed Face ID as a biometric feature on Android.
- We’ve fixed crash that occurred when using Autofill on some websites.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the Save button wouldn’t work when you tried to create a new collection.
- We’ve fixed an issue with pressing the back navigation button to return to the Home screen after tapping another tab like Search or Watchtower.
- We’ve fixed an crash that could occur when opening the app on devices with a x86_64 architecture, such as some Chromebooks.
- You can now use your device’s passcode to unlock the app (Settings > Security > Device PIN).
- You can now see the vaults a family member has access to from Manage Accounts.
- Your name and profile picture will now be displayed when you set up another device using the Setup Code.
- We’ve improved the error message displayed when you can’t invite more people to your family account.
- We’ve added more descriptive errors when inviting family members and/or guests.
- Localization has been improved for a number of our supported languages using new translations from Crowdin.
- Item previews will now only be shown in Autofill when Settings > Autofill > “Show filling suggestions” is turned on.
- 1Password will no longer offer to fill in empty fields in apps like Messages.
- You can now create a diagnostics report for 1Password Support by opening
- We’ve improved the accessibility of buttons on the lock screen.
- Item icons are now shown in Autofill suggestions when 1Password is locked and the icon is cached.
- We’ve improved the design of pop-ups in the app on tablets.
- We’ve improved the error that displays when you’re using a 1Password database from a newer version of the app, which now prompts you to contact 1Password Support for help.
- We’ve fixed a visual issue where the background color which was same as the content.
- When you switch accounts or collections, the Home and Items tabs will now scroll to the top.
- We’ve fixed an issue that prevented scrolling through accounts on the Sign In screen.
- We’ve fixed an issue that prevented filling in HTTP basic authentication fields as well as some apps, like RBC, Reddit, and Walmart.
- We’ve fixed a crash when trying to link to related items.
- We’ve fixed an issue where selecting a custom icon would clear the highlighted field data.
- We’ve fixed the logic used to show the biometry page on when the app is first opened.
- We’ve fixed a crash.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused biometric unlock to be turned off after updating to the most recent version of the app.
- Introducing labs: A space where you can explore and test new features. Open Settings, choose Labs, and tap “Select your default details” to get started.
- You can now pin item date fields to the Home screen.
- When you tap Reactive Subscription while viewing the details of an item in a frozen account, you can now subscribe directly in the app instead of 1Password.com.
- When viewing any field in Large Type, your screen won’t sleep.
- The password generator will no longer create some easy-to-guess 4- and 6-digit PIN codes.
- When you delete a tag, the app no longer attempts to remove the tag from deleted items.
- We’ve updated the design of cards on the Home tab.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the wrong unlock option would be shown in Settings after updating the app to a version that supports device unlock.
- We’ve fixed an issue where rotating a device would clear the information in concealed fields, like when editing a password field in an item.
- Several crashes have been fixed.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the lock screen password reveal button to not work.
- We’ve fixed an issue where adding a custom icon to an item after editing some fields would cause the field changes to be lost.
- We’ve fixed some visual issues with buttons.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the Password category icon to change.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the password history Reveal button to not work.
- We’ve added biometric unlock back to the getting started flow.
- You can now save and use passkeys in 1Password on Android 14 or later.
- 1Password will now check for items that support passkeys. You can manage this setting in Settings > Privacy.
- You can now deauthorize trusted devices in the app. In Manage Accounts, choose your account > Your Details and click Deauthorize beside an unused device to remove it.
- 1Password now detects authenticated HTTP proxies more reliably.
- The dropdown menu options in Settings > Labs > “Select your default details” are now sorted alphanumerically.
- You’ll now see if an account added to the app is currently frozen in Settings > Labs.
- Default details chosen in Settings > Labs are now reflected in autofill suggestions.
- You can now allow 1Password to prevent your device from sleeping when viewing a field in Large Type. Adjust this setting in Settings > Security.
- We’ve fixed an issue that showed some categories in the sidebar even when you don’t have items in those categories.
- If you quit 1Password before you finish the initial setup flow, reopening the app will present the setup flow again to allow you to finish it.
- We’ve fixed an issue with the sizing of icons shown when you edit an item.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the Resend and Cancel Invitation buttons weren’t shown in Manage Accounts > People.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the setup code to display poorly in the dark theme.
- You can now choose a default identity and credit card item in the app. Choose Profile on the Home screen to get started.
- You can now control which family members have access to your vaults right in the app! Add family members, remove family members, and edit permissions for every vault you control.
- You can now see a list of your duplicate items in the app. Choose “Items with duplicates” in your Watchtower dashboard to see or delete all of your duplicates.
- We’ve added 1 day and 1 week options to the “Require password” setting.
- We’ve added a Give Feedback button for active experimental features in Settings > Labs.
- We’ve updated the information shown when you edit an item’s autofill behavior.
- We’ve made improvements to prevent accounts from being added to the app while it’s locked.
- We’ve updated the error message shown if you choose “Sign in with SSO” and try to sign in to a 1Password account that unlocks with a password.
- You can now delete your 1Password account in the app.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the names of the Personal, Private, and Shared vaults weren’t properly translated into some supported languages.
- We’ve made security improvements to how user-supplied icons for items are handled in the app.
- We’ve fixed a crash that could occur when you tapped Use after generating passwords or answers to security questions.
- We’ve fixed an issue where an error wouldn’t be shown when migrating to SSO if you signed in to your identity provider with the wrong credentials.
- You can now use search filters by typing
=into the search field. For example, type
=vault:Personalto search your Personal vault.
- Items imported from LastPass now show a red Watchtower banner to remind you to update the passwords.
- 1Password now unlocks faster when you’re signed in to accounts with many vaults.
- You can now select and copy item titles when viewing an item.
- We’ve improved the labels of buttons for screen readers when viewing the Profile screen.
- We’ve fixed an issue that prevented items from being selected again after they were deselected.
- In Secure Notes, Markdown ruled lines and code blocks will now fill the available space in the window.
- We’ve fixed the error that appears when you try to sign in to an account without being connected to the internet.
- We’ve fixed an issue that prevented adding new trusted devices with SSO in some cases.
- If you delete all items with duplicates in Watchtower, you’ll now see details about the Watchtower category instead of just a blank list of items.
- We’ve improved the phrasing shown on the pop-up when you grant access to another device if you sign in with SSO.
- Sign-in address validation accuracy has been improved when adding an account to the app. (Thanks, Secfault Security!)
- We’ve fixed an issue where you could be prompted to enter a password when signing in to a previously used account after you switched to unlock with SSO.
- We’ve updated the icon on the “Items in the wrong account” Watchtower card.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused accounts that unlock with SSO to not unlock.
- We’ve removed some undesirable words from the password generator.
- Secure Notes with a lot of characters can now be opened in a separate view to speed up the initial item loading time.
- We’ve fixed some visual alignment issues with the sidebar on tablets.
- We’ve added accessibility labels for the Unlock menu if you have locked accounts when viewing the Profile screen.
- When you save a passkey, the vault selector at the top now adjusts to the size of the device.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused very long secure notes to get truncated down to 5000 characters.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the back navigation arrow to show on the Items tab.
- You can now invite a new family member when you tap the vertical ellipsis in a vault, choose Manage Access, and tap +.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the screen to add another account to the app could be hidden by the settings pop-up on phones.
- You can now manage vault access for newly-invited users in your family account.
- We’ve updated some icons that didn’t display correctly.
- We’ve fixed an issue where using 1Password to sign in with a passkey could time out.
- We’ve fixed some flickering icons in the item options (…) menu.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the welcome buttons overlapped with Android navigation buttons.
- We’ve fixed a crash that occurred when signing up for an account while the internet connection was slow.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the device image was missing on an empty Home screen.
- When you save or use a passkey in a browser, 1Password will check that you’re doing it from a trusted browser.
- When you take a screenshot of an item, you’ll now see a tip to safely share the item through 1Password instead.
- If you’re using a tablet, you can now long press on vaults on the sidebar to see additional options, such as Edit Vault or Manage Access if you have the required permissions.
- You’ll now see a warning when you try to remove your own viewing permissions from a vault.
- We’ve improved the responsiveness when you autofill information.
- We’ve fixed a crash that occurred when turning on passcode unlock.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the Secret Key to be cut off on the “Set up another device” screen.
- 1Password will no longer be suggested for passkeys if you haven’t set up and signed in to the app yet.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the cancel button in the “Save passkey in” popup to be read incorrectly by accessibility services.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused Android status icons to display with low contrast on the welcome screen.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the wrong account icon could show at the top left after signing in to an additional 1Password account in the app.
- You’ll no longer see a banner after you tap a field when viewing an item.
- We’ve fixed an issue to make sure 1Password requires your password after you add additional entries to your device’s biometrics. If you have biometric unlock turned on, you’ll need to turn it off and back on for the fix to take effect.
- When you sign in with a passkey, the item’s one-time password will be copied to your clipboard automatically if it has one.
- In the app, you can now save or discard drafts of items created in autofill.
- The cache for app and website icons will now be removed when you turn off the icons.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the “Imported from LastPass” card wasn’t shown in Watchtower.
- We’ve fixed an issue where tapping Enable Autofill during the autofill tutorial wouldn’t show the button to turn on the feature.
- We’ve fixed some crashes. We’ve fixed an issue that caused the password field to automatically be selected when you opened the “Enter account details” screen during setup.
- We’ve fixed a visual issue with the details layout of SSH key items.
- We’ve fixed an issue where choosing to create a family or team account would take you to create an individual account instead.
- We’ve fixed an issue where buttons on Watchtower banners could disappear when viewing item details in landscape mode.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could prevent you from typing letters in the passport number field for Passport items.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could prevent some Samsung devices from creating a 1Password test account using a passkey. Learn more at support.1password.com/passkeys.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the lock screen to not be displayed when using Autofill.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the “Save passkey” prompt to not appear.
- We’ve fixed a crash that occurred when unlocking with SSO on certain devices.
- We’ve fixed an issue where pressing the device’s back button when first setting up the app wouldn’t return to the previous screen correctly.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the initial app setup screens and Autofill tutorial to reappear after unlock even though you’ve completed them.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the Emergency Kit prompt to incorrectly appear after signing in.
- We’ve fixed an inconsistent experience when unlocking an account with SSO.
- When searching, search results now highlight the content from note items or fields under item titles for easier skimming.
- If you have 10 or fewer items in your account, you can select “Have passwords saved elsewhere?” at the bottom of a list of items to open a guide that helps you import your data from a browser or another password manager.
- If you’ve turned on “Add locations to items” in Settings > Labs, there are many improvements and fixes included in this update:
- You can now choose to see a larger map when you view item details.
- You’ll now see suggestions as you type when adding a location to an item.
- You can now view a large map of your items on the Home screen.
- Tapping the map icon on the Home screen will properly show the map even when the Nearby section is collapsed.
- “What’s New” is no longer shown when you set up the app for the first time.
- We’ve made a number of design improvements to the item sharing experience.
- We’ve updated the icons used for the 1Password browser extension in the list of trusted devices and browsers.
- We’ve improved the descriptions and suggestions shown for items in the “Items in another account” Watchtower category.
- “Authentication codes” are now properly referred to as “one-time passwords” throughout the app.
- You can now unlock a 1Password account that uses SSO when you save or sign in with a passkey.
- We’ve fixed an issue where you couldn’t scroll through a longer list of items in the Autofill pop-up.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the New Login button in the Autofill pop-up could cover the ellipsis button when viewing a long list of items.
- We’ve fixed an issue where you’d need to manually close the sign in screen after signing out and back in to 1Password.
- We’ve fixed a text alignment issue for larger text sizes with button labels in certain pop-ups.
- We’ve fixed an issue where Settings > About > Credits & Acknowledgements couldn’t be opened.
- We’ve fixed a crash that occurred when using passcode unlock.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the smartphone app layout for the Home screen to show on tablet devices.
- We’ve fixed an issue where updating an item with a passkey duplicated the existing linked app field.
- We’ve fixed an issue where you could get stuck when trying to sign in to a second 1Password account.
- We’ve fixed an issue where you could get stuck when trying to sign up for 1Password in the app if you rotated your device or turned on the dark theme.
- We’ve fixed a crash that could occur when using Autofill on a tablet in landscape mode.
- We’ve added an appropriate accessibility label for the account image shown when you see the pop-up to unlock a 1Password account in the app.