1Password 8 for iOS

The all-new 1Password for iPhone and iPad puts your logins, payment cards, secure notes and documents, and a personal security assistant in your pocket. It's everything you need for a worry-free digital life on the go.

Built for speed

Need fast access to your favorites, items you recently edited or frequently use? Add them to your home screen – and pin individual fields within items like passwords or one-time codes.

Built for peace of mind

The new Watchtower experience for iOS calculates your (sharable) security score and provides helpful tips and actionable alerts, so you can stay on top of your security health.

Built for life on the move

Create unique vault collections, autofill logins and personal information everywhere it’s needed, and access everything instantly on all your devices.

At home, at work, or on the go

1Password for iOS shares the same technical foundation as our apps for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and your browser, so you get the same great experience and legendary security on all your devices.

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No two 1Passwords are alike

Make 1Password yours with a deeply personal experience on iPhone and iPad.

iPhone displaying 1Password home screen with pinned items at the top, followed by a “New features in 1Password” banner and favorite items sections. An iPad is cenered in the background, displaying the 1Password “Customize items” overlay, with various sections toggled and drag-and-drop handles to the right of each item.
iPhone displaying 1Password home screen with pinned items at the top, followed by a “New features in 1Password” banner and favorite items sections. An iPad is cenered in the background, displaying the 1Password “Customize items” overlay, with various sections toggled and drag-and-drop handles to the right of each item.

Customizable home screen

Personalize your home screen with drag-and-drop until it’s just right. It’s everything you need – and nothing you don’t.

Zoomed-in iPhone displaying the 1Password home screen with pinned items at the top, including “Email Account,” “Home WiFi,” and “Passport” followed by a “New features in 1Password” banner.

Pinned fields

Pin your Wi-Fi password, the one-time code for your Twitter login, or any other item field directly to your home screen for fast access.

Three iPhones side-by-side, each displaying the 1Password home screen in various configurations with personalized vault collections. The first is a collection labeled “Personal” and displays favorites, pinned fields, and recently created items in light mode. In the second, a “Work” collection displays pinned fields, recently modified, and frequently used items in light mode. The third is a “Travel” collection displaying frequently used items, pinned fields, and favorites in dark mode.

Collections

Create custom vault collections for different contexts, like one for work and one for personal use – even if the vaults span multiple accounts.

What you need, when you need it

In the app? Browsing the web? Logging into your bank account? 1Password is there when you need it, and out of sight when you don’t.

Zoomed-in iPhone displaying a “Sign in to Twitter” page, with the 1Password Safari extension icon in the “Phone, email, or username” field, and an inline login suggestion allowing for one-tap sign-in.
Zoomed-in iPhone displaying a “Sign in to Twitter” page, with the 1Password Safari extension icon in the “Phone, email, or username” field, and an inline login suggestion allowing for one-tap sign-in.

Smarter autofill

In Safari, 1Password will automatically fill information like passwords and identities or log you in to non-browser apps with a tap.

zoomed-in iPhone displaying an overlay for the 1Password Safari extension that includes favorited items Apple, PayPal, and Twitter, with a search bar at the top of the overlay.

Safari extension

Access everything in 1Password, right from Safari. Autofill with a tap, generate Smart Passwords, or view your grandma’s secret shortbread recipe.

Bottom half of an iPhone displaying 1Password in dark mode with one-tap navigation to the home screen, all items, search, and Watchtower sections at the bottom of the screen.

Faster navigation

Open the 1Password app for one-tap access to your home screen, all stored items, search, and Watchtower.

Your vigilant security sentinel

Get a bird’s-eye view of your digital security, and take action when you need to, even on the go.

iPad in landscape mode displaying 1Password in light mode. The left sidebar is visible and shows the Home, Watchtower, and Search sections at the top, with “Categories” and “Vaults” sections below. The Watchtower dashboard is displayed in the main section, showing a sharable security score, color-coded “Overall Password Strength” tile, and tiles for “Compromised Websites,” “Reused Passwords,” “Weak Passwords,” “Inactive Two-Factor Authentication,” and “Expiring” items.
iPad in landscape mode displaying 1Password in light mode. The left sidebar is visible and shows the Home, Watchtower, and Search sections at the top, with “Categories” and “Vaults” sections below. The Watchtower dashboard is displayed in the main section, showing a sharable security score, color-coded “Overall Password Strength” tile, and tiles for “Compromised Websites,” “Reused Passwords,” “Weak Passwords,” “Inactive Two-Factor Authentication,” and “Expiring” items.

Watchtower

Watchtower alerts you to potential security risks, including when your credentials are involved in a breach, so you know when and how to take action.

Zoomed-in iPhone displaying the Watchtower dashboard, with a security score of 739 labeled as “VERY GOOD” and the “Share My Score” button selected, prompting a menu to tweet the security score or copy it to the clipboard.

Sharable security score

Know you’re protected, at a glance. Your security score calculates password strength, compromised passwords, inactive two-factor authentication, and more.

Zoomed-in iPhone displaying 1Password in item editing view, with the “Security questions” section and a field labeled “What is your mother’s maiden name?” below it. At the bottom of the screen, an overlay shows a random answer to the security question, with options to change word length, cancel, refresh, or use the generated question.

Security question support

Generate strong, random answers to questions like “What’s your mother’s maiden name?” right from your iPhone or iPad. Now you can forget your passwords and your security questions.

Get started with 1Password for iOS

Built using native frameworks to feel right at home on iOS. Requires iOS 15.5 or newer. Note that 1Password 8 is a brand new app – 1Password 7 will not automatically upgrade to 1Password 8.

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