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How to keep 1Password up to date

You can make sure automatic updates are turned on, so you have the latest features, fixes, and website compatibility.

1Password checks for updates every day, five minutes after you open the app.

  • If 1Password is locked, it will update itself automatically.
  • If 1Password is unlocked, it will notify you that an update is available.

If you’re having trouble updating, contact 1Password Support for help.

To find the version number, open 1Password, then choose 1Password > About 1Password from the menu bar.

1Password for Mac version number

The App Store updates all your iOS apps, including 1Password. Learn how to turn on automatic updates.

You can also update your apps manually.

To find the version number, open and unlock 1Password, then tap the icon for your account or collection at the top left and choose Settings > About.

If you're using an iPad, tap your account or collection at the top of the sidebar.

1Password for iOS version number

1Password checks for updates every day, five minutes after you open the app.

  • If 1Password is locked, it will update itself automatically.
  • If 1Password is unlocked, it will notify you that an update is available.

If you’re having trouble updating, contact 1Password Support for help.

To find the version number, open 1Password. Click at the top of the sidebar and choose Settings, then click About in the sidebar.

In 1Password 7 or earlier, choose Help > About 1Password from the menu at the top of the window.

1Password for Windows version number

Google Play updates all your Android apps, including 1Password. Learn how to set up automatic updates.

You can also update your apps manually.

To find the version number, open and unlock 1Password, then tap the icon for your account or collection at the top right and choose Settings > About.

If you're using a tablet, tap your account or collection at the top of the sidebar.

1Password for Android version number

If you installed 1Password from a package, use the command for your package manager to check for an update and install it if available:

DistributionRun this command
Debian or Ubuntusudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade 1password
CentOS, Fedora, or Red Hat Enterprise Linuxsudo dnf upgrade 1password --refresh

If you installed 1Password from the .tar.gz file, download and install the file again.

If you installed 1Password from the Snap Store, it will update automatically. To manually update 1Password, or to control when or how often updates happen, learn how to manage snap updates. 

If you installed 1Password with Flatpak, run the flatpak update command to update it.

If you’re having trouble updating, contact 1Password Support for help.

To find the version number, open 1Password. Click at the top of the sidebar and choose Settings, then click About in the sidebar.

1Password for Linux version number

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