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Sync your 1Password data

Learn how to sync 1Password across all your devices: Macs, Windows PCs, iPhones, iPads, and Android phones.

1Password membership

Every 1Password membership includes a 1Password account, which is the easiest way to keep your data in sync:

  • No complicated setup.
  • Sign in to your account on any device, and all your passwords and items will be there.
  • Access your data on the web at 1Password.com.

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Don’t have a 1Password membership? Try one free for 30 days. After you have your new account, move your existing 1Password data to it.

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Advanced sync options

If you don’t want the benefits of a 1Password membership, you can use these third-party and advanced sync options:

  • iCloud. If you only use Apple devices and only have a single standalone vault, you can sync it with iCloud. It’s only available on Mac and iOS, and only syncs your Primary vault.

  • Dropbox. If you created multiple standalone vaults, you can sync them with Dropbox. It’s available on Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android.

  • WLAN server. If you don’t want your data to leave your local network because of personal preference or corporate requirement, you can sync your Mac or PC with your iOS or Android devices using the WLAN server.

  • Local folder. On a Mac, you can keep a copy of a standalone vault updated in a folder you specify. It’s up to you to configure your preferred sync solution to keep that folder in sync with other computers.

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