1Password 8 for iOS and Android Released With New Design and Features

AgileBits today announced the release of 1Password 8 for iOS and Android, completing the rollout of the new version and bringing parity to the desktop and mobile apps.

Copy of 1Password 8 for mobile Collection View for Home iOS Collection View for Home Android
1Password 8 for mobile takes into account customer feedback gathered during the early access launches earlier this year, and includes a new customizable home screen.

Users can personalize the home screen in several ways, such as by highlighting favorites, reordering sections, viewing recently created items, pinning specific fields from a login, and adding quick actions.

First seen in 1Password 8 for desktop, the new Watchtower dashboard has also made it to mobile. The dashboard is designed to provide actionable alerts and a holistic view of security risks and vulnerabilities, with a view to making it easy for 1Password admins and users to protect themselves by quickly identifying and updating weak passwords, inactive 2FA and compromised passwords that put them at risk.

Copy of 1Password 8 for mobile Watchtower Dashboard iOS Watchtower Weak Passwords Android
An updated always-on navigation bar also allows users to quickly access the home screen, search for items, and open Watchtower or app settings. It also includes new item icons, typography, detailed views for items and vaults, and more.

1Password 8 for iOS is available to download on the App Store. A subscription is required, with individual pricing set at $3.99 per month for unlimited access across several platforms, including iOS, macOS, Windows, Android, and others. A 30-day free trial is available.

Top Rated Comments

Jordan Klein Avatar
23 months ago
I really hope that the latest 7.x release continues working in future versions of macOS and iOS. Since removing local vaults, I have decided I will not upgrade, as I do not trust my password vault to be stored in anyone's cloud, including 1Password's. It's sad for me, as I've been a customer since 3.x.
Score: 33 Votes (Like | Disagree)
MNGR Avatar
23 months ago
Local vaults no longer supported. So goodbye 1p.
I will not store my passwords on the net
Score: 28 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jmarsh5 Avatar
23 months ago
Goodness. The hate on 1Password. A consistently updated, cross platform, feature rich, customizable, multi-user, modern solution all for $35/yr. THE HORROR!
Score: 26 Votes (Like | Disagree)
karnac Avatar
23 months ago
Sad to watch a great company destroy itself. I'd be a loyal purchaser if they still offered the standalone model and private vault support. Makes you look at them a bit sideways, suspect ulterior motives in centralizing our databases... ?
Score: 25 Votes (Like | Disagree)
rKunda Avatar
23 months ago
Man, I used to be a diehard 1Password guy. When they went to subscriptions I moved to the native iOS function, which has got progressively better.

Death by micro transactions. Could prob pay annually instead of monthly, but I don’t feel compelled with the native function working well.
Score: 16 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jsamuelson Avatar
23 months ago

Sad to watch a great company destroy itself. I'd be a loyal purchaser if they still offered the standalone model and private vault support. Makes you look at them a bit sideways, suspect ulterior motives in centralizing our databases... ?
Their last funding round was $620 million valuing the company at $6.8 billion. I wish I could destroy myself that hard.
Score: 14 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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