1Password for iOS is the simple, beautiful password manager you’ve been looking for. Easily organize your secure information, save and fill passwords in your web browser, and have everything available at your fingertips.
Before you get started, set up 1Password on your iPhone or iPad.
Create and edit items
To create an item, tap and choose a category. Enter the details and tap Save.
To edit an item, tap it, then tap Edit. When you’re finished making changes, tap Done.
To see only certain types of items, tap Categories then choose a category from the list. Tap All Items to see everything in the current vault.
To return to the item list at any time, tap Categories.
Use 1Password in Safari and other apps
You can use 1Password to fill and save passwords in Safari and other apps on your iOS device.
Drag and drop to fill in other apps on your iPad
On your iPad, you can use Multitasking to open 1Password and another app at the same time. To open 1Password in Slide Over:
- Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the Dock.
- On the Dock, touch and hold 1Password, then drag it to the screen. To open 1Password in Split View, drag it to the right or left edge of the screen.
While using Multitasking, you can drag item details, like usernames and passwords, from 1Password to other apps.
Quickly access your favorite items
Tap Favorites to quickly access your favorite items. Your recently used items are listed at the top.
To mark a recent item as a favorite, tap it. Then tap and tap Add to Favorites.
To mark any other item as a favorite, tap Categories. Then tap the item and tap Add to Favorites.
To copy item details from Favorites, tap an item, then tap the detail you want to copy.
To change the number of recently used items listed at the top of Favorites, tap Settings > General and adjust Recently Used Items.
Organize with favorites and tags
You can organize your items with tags or mark them as favorites to quickly access them when you need them.
To mark an item as a favorite, tap it to see its details, then scroll down and tap Add to Favorites.
To create a tag, open an item and tap Add Tag in the tags section. Enter the name of a tag and tap Create Tag, or select a tag from the list. Then tap Done.
Searching is the fastest way to find what you need in 1Password.
To search in 1Password, use the search field above the list of items. You can also search 1Password from your Home screen using Spotlight.
You can sort items in any list to find what you need quickly.
To change how items are sorted in the list, tap “Sort by” at the top of the item list, then choose an option.
Each category has different sort options, and they can be set per category. For example, you can sort credit cards by card type and logins by date last used.
Switch vaults and accounts
You can use vaults in 1Password to organize your items and share them with others. If you have multiple 1Password accounts, each account will have its own vaults.
To switch to a specific vault or view items from all the vaults in an account, tap and choose a vault or account.
Move and copy items
To move or copy items from one vault to another:
- In any item list, scroll to the top and tap Select Items.
- Select the items. You can select all the items in the list using the checkbox above the list.
- Tap Move or Copy and choose a vault.
Watchtower tells you about password breaches and other security problems on the websites you have saved in 1Password.
To get alerted when a website you have an account for is added to Watchtower, go to Settings > Notifications and turn on Watchtower Alerts.
Format secure notes
Add formatting to your secure notes with Markdown. View them in rich text, complete with headers, bold and italic styles, lists, and more.
You can temporarily enlarge a password to make it easier to see while entering it on another device or reading it aloud.
To enlarge a password, tap it and choose Large Type.
To move an item to the Trash, tap it, then tap Edit. Scroll down and tap Move to Trash.
To restore an item from the Trash, tap Categories. Tap Trash, select the item, then tap Restore.
To empty the Trash, tap Categories. Tap Trash, then tap Empty.
Lock and unlock 1Password
When you’re done using 1Password, you can lock it. To lock 1Password, tap Settings > Security > Lock Now. Unlock 1Password again by entering your Master Password. You can also use Touch ID or Face ID.
- Saving, filling, and changing your passwords
- Use Touch ID to unlock 1Password on your iPhone or iPad
- Use Face ID to unlock 1Password on your iPhone or iPad Pro
- Use Spotlight to search 1Password on your iPhone or iPad
- Copy and fill passwords into apps that don’t work with 1Password
- Create and share vaults
- Customize your 1Password items