1Password Essentials

Set up 1Password for iOS

Learn how to set up 1Password on your iOS device so you can start saving, filling, and sharing passwords.

Download 1Password

Open Get the Apps in your browser, then download 1Password for your iPhone or iPad.

Click your name in the top right to view your menu
Open a browser on your computer and sign in to your 1Password account. Click your name in the top right, then click “Get the Apps”.

1Password in the App Store
On iOS, open the App Store, then tap Search and type 1Password. Tap Get next to 1Password - Password Manager to download it.

Add your account

Add your account to 1Password for iOS so you can view and manage your passwords.

The welcome screen you'll see when you first open 1Password for iOS
Open the 1Password app and tap 1Password.com below “Already using 1Password?”.

To add your 1Password account details, scan your Setup Code
Tap “Scan your Setup Code” and scan the code under Step Two in your browser.

Your account details - enter your Master Password to sign in
Enter your Master Password and sign in.

Turn on Autofill

Turn on Autofill so you can fill and save usernames and passwords.

The page for Settings/Passwords & Accounts

On your Home screen, tap Settings. Then tap Passwords & Accounts > AutoFill Passwords.

Turn on AutoFill for 1Password
Turn on AutoFill Passwords, then select 1Password.

To stop iCloud Keychain from asking to save your passwords, deselect iCloud Keychain.

Turn on the 1Password extension

Turn on the 1Password extension so you can fill and save credit cards, addresses, and more.

The Share sheet for Safari
Open Safari and tap the Share icon. Then swipe left on the bottom row of icons and tap More.

Move 1Password to the top of the Activities list
Tap to turn on 1Password in the list of Activities. Then touch and hold next to 1Password, move it to the top of the list and tap Done.

Next steps

Learn how to use 1Password to manage your passwords, credit cards, secure notes, and more.

Get help

If you have any trouble setting up or using 1Password, contact your IT team.