1Password for iOS

Release Notes


7.2.2  (build #70202006) – released 2018-11-07

Happy iPad Pro Week, everyone! We are all incredibly excited to see Face ID come to our favorite tablet. We’ve also been working on a number of “quality of life” improvements to 1Password, and you will see some of those in this update as well. Thanks for the continuing feedback!

1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel generous and have a couple of minutes, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance. :-)

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us on our discussions forum to let us know if you have any feedback!

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7.2.1  (build #70201002) – released 2018-10-09

Password AutoFill is amazing; so say we all! :-D

Thank you to everyone for all your wonderful feedback for Password AutoFill on iOS 12. If you haven’t done so yet, enable 1Password in Settings app > Passwords & Accounts > AutoFill Passwords. Your logins from 1Password will appear right in the QuickType bar when you log into a website or an app, and it will feel amazing.

Let’s dive into the release notes, shall we?

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us on our discussions forum to let us know if you have any feedback!

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7.2  (build #70200010) – released 2018-09-17

Happy iOS 12 Day, everyone! We've been toiling away on some great enhancements to your favorite password manager, including a feature we've all been waiting for: Password AutoFill.

Your Passwords, Right in the Keyboard

With the advent of Password AutoFill your logins from 1Password now appear right in the QuickType bar of your keyboard, meaning you can fill them into websites and apps with just a tap. Simply enable 1Password in Settings app > Passwords & Accounts > AutoFill Passwords and you’ll be ready to rock. You can even create new logins with strong, unique passwords, all without having to open the main 1Password app. Not only that, if you have a 1Password membership your information will automatically be kept up to date across all your devices and computers when using Password AutoFill. It’s just wonderful.

Focus On Performance

Alongside the awesomeness of Password AutoFill, today’s update includes a huge number of performance enhancements. Everything from unlocking, to loading items, to searching should now be blazing fast - even in the presence of thousands of items across many vaults.

We’re incredibly excited about the arrival of iOS 12 and we hope you love this update as much as we do. 1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel generous and have a couple of minutes, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance. 🙂

If you need us you can find us at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

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7.1.1  (build #70101000) – released 2018-07-20

Good day, folks! Today’s update to 1Password brings along a few new features and a couple very important fixes. Let’s dive in, shall we?

Rich Text in Secure Notes Using Markdown

When we introduced 1Password 7 for Mac back in May we debuted a whole new way to look at your secure notes. Today, we’re happy to announce that 1Password for iOS has joined the party. You can now create gorgeous looking secure notes complete with headers, bold and italic text, lists, tappable links, and more.

1Password Stickers

If you follow us on social media or keep up to date with our blog (and why wouldn’t you?) you know that our art department is incredibly talented. We are always looking for new ways to let them stretch their creative muscles. When they came to us with a collection of stickers and asked to create a sticker app, there was no way we could refuse. You’ll find a whole collection of stickers in Messages, we hope you enjoy them as much as we do!

Fixes, Fixes, Everywhere

Two of the most prevalent bugs we’ve seen reported have also been fixed in this update. Searching no longer returns broken or incorrect results, and creating a new item no longer causes 1Password to become unresponsive. We had some fantastic help tracking these one down from many of you, so thank you so much.

If you need us you can find us at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

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7.0.6  (build #70006002) – released 2018-02-12

Good day, everyone! As your wonderful feedback continues to roll in we continue to happily address it. Today's update contains what we think might be a fix for the search-related issues some of you have seen. If you see any oddities when searching, or with anything for that matter, please let us know so we can dig in and check it out.

Until next time!

If you need us you can find us at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

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7.0.5  (build #70005002) – released 2018-01-18

Good day, everyone! It's been a remarkably cold few weeks here in the northeast, which has kept us all huddled around our computers to stay warm. It's also been a time to learn fun new things, like the fact that when it's -40 degrees Fahrenheit, it's also -40 degrees Celsius!

To get back into the swing of things in the new year we're bringing you a handful of important fixes - many of them brought to our attention by you, dear customer. Until next time!

If you need us you can find us at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

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7.0.4  (build #70004002) – released 2017-12-18

Oh the weather outside is frightful, but this update is so delightful. And since we love holiday fun, you get a nice festive pun!

In all seriousness, as the year winds down we wanted to push out an update that addresses some of the top issues we've seen reported by you, our wonderful customers. From all of us at AgileBits, have a safe, happy, and secure holiday season!

If you need us you can find us at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

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7.0.3  (build #70003000) – released 2017-11-18

Hello again, everyone! A small glitch in our build pipeline caused us to release a version of 7.0.2 yesterday that didn't contain all of the fixes our release notes were promising. We apologize for the back-to-back update. Rest assured 7.0.3 is the real deal. Please enjoy the following encore presentation of our original 7.0.2 release notes:

We started this week with a solid update to 1Password 7, and we decided to end the week with one as well. Turns out there were a couple more bugs that needed squashing, so we got out the tennis rackets and got to work. Thank you to everyone who reached out with feedback both positive and constructive. We appreciate it!

If you need us you can find us at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

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7.0.1  (build #70001002) – released 2017-11-12

Good day, everyone! We were overwhelmed with the positive response to 1Password 7.0 for iOS and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We also received a number of reports of places where we could do better and for that we thank you, too. Today's update addresses the most popular bits of feedback we received:

If you need us you can find us at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

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7.0  (build #70000001) – released 2017-11-02

1Password 7 for iOS: Efficiency Abounds

Welcome one and all to the greatest version of 1Password for iOS we have ever shipped. After many months of work refining new features, polishing existing ones, and generally putting everyone's favorite password manager under the microscope, we are incredibly excited to share it with you.

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The Latest and Greatest, At Home on the Latest and Greatest

When iPhone X was announced earlier this year we knew we wanted to be there, as always, on day one. Face ID is an absolute game-changer for productivity and efficiency. Simply tap to launch 1Password and Face ID instantly recognizes your face and unlocks. No waiting, no delays; just instant, secure access to your private information.

All About The Speed

When we started planning 1Password 7 we had one overarching goal in mind: take the ways people use 1Password today and make those workflows sing. The first place we did so was with our new Quick Copy feature. One of the most common uses for 1Password is to copy and paste your username and password into another app when you need to log in. With Quick Copy, 1Password knows when you've copied your username so that on your next trip back from pasting that username it puts your password on the clipboard for you automatically. If you're using 1Password for your two-factor verification codes it will copy that for you on the next return as well.

Unlocking the Power Of Your Keyboard

For some of us, we're never more productive than when our hands stay locked on the keyboard. Taking a cue from our big sibling on macOS, we've now brought over a bevy of beautiful keyboard shortcuts to 1Password for iOS. Searching, switching tabs, and open and filling items in the browser can now be done with the stroke of a key.

Much, Much More

Yes, we've brought some big ticket changes to 1Password, but many of the little things add up as well. 1Password now unlocks 33% faster and has seen a 400% increase in stability throughout. You can now select and delete multiple items at a time. Our password generator is smoother, more responsive, and easier to use. All in all these little things combine to become an update to 1Password that we're very, very proud of.

1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel generous or have a couple of minutes, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance.

Get in touch

If you need us you can find us at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

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6.9.1  (build #691001) – released 2017-10-17

Fall has finally arrived here in the northern hemisphere and when we've not been raking leaves, mulling cider, picking apples, and decorating for Halloween we've been working diligently on some great new things for 1Password for iOS. Today's update contains 100% internal improvements for customers of our 1Password.com service. We could have just written "internal improvements", but you know that's not our style. :)

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us on our discussions forum to let us know if you have any feedback!


6.9  (build #690008) – released 2017-09-19

Happy iOS 11 Day, everyone! Today we are pleased to bring you 1Password 6.9: The iOS 11 Edition. With today's update 1Password is ready and raring to go on the latest and greatest that Apple has to offer. Now before we go much farther I want to set your mind at ease: you are not going to find a bunch of "this one goes to 11" puns and references in the release notes below. We could have, and we considered it, but we didn't. You're welcome. :) What we did do instead was bring an incredible feature from iOS 11 on iPad and made it right at home in 1Password. Starting today you can now drag and drop information between apps on iPad. Drag and drop feels incredibly natural on iPad in iOS 11 and we're so excited to have it working in everyone's favorite password manager.

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Multitasking With 1Password Has Never Been So Great

Never before has it felt so natural to get the information you want out of 1Password and into any app where you need it. Simply pull up 1Password side-by-side with another app, find the Login for that app in 1Password, and then drag and drop your username and password right into the login fields. And it's not just usernames and passwords, either. You can drag and drop any field from any item. It's simple and it's simply amazing.

Contacts, Meet Identities

One of the most powerful features of 1Password is its ability to fill your name and mailing address into an web page (when you're shopping online, for instance). With drag and drop it's never been easier to get your personal information into 1Password. Just drag your contact card from Contacts and drop it into 1Password. All of your information will be imported into a shiny new 1Password Identity, ready to be filled into your browser at a moment's notice.

Add Any Information From Anywhere

Have a crucial piece of information you want to store in 1Password? Start editing an item, drag that info in, and drop it. Easy peasy!

Get in touch

If you need us you can find us at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

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6.8.2  (build #682001) – released 2017-09-05

Good day, everyone! For those of you celebrating we hope you had a relaxing, safe, and secure Labor/Labour Day weekend. We noticed a couple issues in this weekend's 6.8.1 release that we wanted to get fixed up, and so we did. Thank you to all who reached out, we appreciate it!

If you need us you can find us at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

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6.8.1  (build #681003) – released 2017-09-02

Greetings and salutations! It's Labor Day weekend here in the US and Canada and we've been laboring away to clean up a few issues you brought to our attention. Thank you to everyone who provided their feedback and comments, we've really enjoyed getting the chance to chat with you all.

If you need us you can find us at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

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6.8  (build #680005) – released 2017-07-12

1Password 6.8: The Picnic Edition

Get your picnic blanket ready, because we have prepared a basket full of delicious new treats just for you in our latest release! We hope you're having a delightful, secure, and scrumptious summer!

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How about some extra sprinkles for that ice cream cone?

We can’t think of anything better to beat the heat than a nice cold ice-cream in the sunshine … with extra sprinkles, of course. We’d like to think of your one-time passwords as the sprinkles that complete your Login items. Now 1Password automatically copies those one-time passwords when you fill an item with the 1Password extension, saving you a step and a giving you more time to enjoy that ice cream. Yummy!

You can never have too many baskets of goodies!

Everyone needs a safe place to store the pie so that no one gets into it before dessert. Now you can create new vaults in your 1Password account on the fly and off the cuff right within 1Password itself. No more storing the cherry pie with the cheese, or the cupcakes with the croissants. No matter what your organizational structure - creating new vaults on the go has never been so easy!

You’ll always know how fresh your items are.

A great sandwich is a staple at every picnic, but a truly great sandwich is only as good as the ingredients. The same can be said for your security and an aging password is not a fresh part of your ecosystem. With this new update, you'll always know how fresh your items are by checking the dates your items were created and edited are right there at the bottom of the item details.

Korean Language is back! Korean BBQ, anyone?

맛있는 고기구이를 준비하고 사랑하는 이들과 함께 즐겨보시는 것은 어떨까요? 드디어 1Password에서 한국어를 지원하게 되었으니까요! 우리 멋진 한국어 번역자들이 아니었다면 불가능했을 겁니다. 정말 감사드립니다!

소중한 한국어 구사 고객들을 위해 1Password를 완벽하게 준비해두었답니다. 저희는 완벽주의자니까요. 이렇게 언어가 아름답게 돌아오게 된 것을 정말 자랑스럽게 생각하고 있습니다.

Get in touch

If you need us you can find us at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

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6.7.2  (build #672000) – released 2017-06-19

Good morrow fine lords and ladies all! We hope you had a restful, relaxing, fun weekend. We've plucked a handful of fixes surrounding the way we calculate password strength into this release. Thank you to those who wrote in with these issues.

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6.7.1  (build #671000) – released 2017-05-23

Thanks to our awesome customers we discovered an edge case in 6.7 where our update to the new version of Dropbox would fail. This is now fixed, thanks to everyone who reached out!

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6.7  (build #670003) – released 2017-05-23

1Password 6.7: The Renovation Continues

After our release of "1Password for Mac 6.7: The Renovation Edition", our renovation theme continues with today’s update to 1Password for iOS! Much of the work in today's update was focused on internal stability and improvements; a deep dive into the internals of the app to shore up its foundation.

One of the biggest changes we made is one that you should actually never notice. Next month Dropbox is going to be completing a year-long project to close down its existing application programming interface - the thing that allows 1Password to sync your information via Dropbox - in favor of a brand new one. We’ve had the pleasure of working with the folks at Dropbox to make this transition as seamless as possible for you. When Dropbox turns out the lights on its old API next month 1Password will roll on as if nothing has changed.

Beyond the under-the-hood improvements we’ve added one particularly exciting feature for our 1Password account holders. The next time you set up 1Password on a new device you will be able to breeze right through setup with nothing but your Master Password. It’s an awesome and incredibly speedy way to set up 1Password; we hope you love it as much as we do!

If you need us you can find us at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

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6.5.4  (build #654001) – released 2017-03-29

Good day, folks! Today's update brings with it a fix for a crash that would occur while trying to import a file into 1Password. For those of you updating from 1Password 3 this crash made that task especially difficult and for that we apologize.

If you're looking to chat with us directly be sure to drop us a line at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password.

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6.5.3  (build #653002) – released 2017-03-15

Hello again, everyone! Today's release has a number of important fixes and improvements including a fix for a crash reported by a number of you. Thank you!

If you're looking to chat with us directly be sure to drop us a line at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password.

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6.5.2  (build #652003) – released 2017-02-15

Happy February, everyone! We're back again with a few small (but important) bug fixes for 1Password. One big fix we included in this update is an update to our web filling functionality to ensure it works on an upcoming version of iOS. Thank you to everyone who reached out to us about that one.

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password.

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6.5.1  (build #651000) – released 2016-12-19

Happy holidays, everyone! Before the final rush of the season we wanted to provide you with one more update that drops a few extra marshmallows into your hot cocoa. As the year comes to a close we hope you have a safe, happy, and secure holiday season.

1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel in the holiday spirit or have a couple of minutes, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance!

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password.

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6.5  (build #650046) – released 2016-12-14

1Password 6.5: Fantastic Secrets and Where to Find Them: Pocket Watch Edition

As the holidays approach there is magic in the air, and we’ve managed to harness some of that magic for our latest release. We hope you have a happy, safe, secure, and magical holiday season!

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Being sorted into the right house has never been so easy

Whether you’re new to 1Password or well into your fourth year, getting started with 1Password on a new device has never been easier. Newcomers are guided straight into the welcoming arms of a new 1Password account while existing students, er, customers can head straight to their respective common rooms and speak the passphrase for entry.

We’ve rewritten our first-run experience from the ground up to help you get started more quickly and easily than ever before. Need to set up a new device with your vault stored on iCloud? Simple. Looking to log into your existing 1Password account? Easy. Recommending 1Password to a friend and want to make sure they get up and running smoothly? We’ve got it covered.

We’ve brought N.E.W.T.-level magic to our Apple Watch app.

Those of us with that magical device known as Apple Watch know how handy it is to have those small spells and secret incantations kept within arm’s reach at all times. Now we can access those secrets even faster with our new Apple Watch app.

1Password for Apple Watch has been rewritten as a native app to take full advantage of the speed and security of running directly on the watch hardware. We’ve also opened the gates and you can finally add items to your Apple Watch from any vault, including 1Password account vaults!

Our latest update is teleportation spell compatible

Why apparate one item at a time when you can create a portkey and transport a whole bunch of items at once? That’s the question we asked and answered when we set about adding the ability to select multiple items in list and move or copy them to another vault. Simply pull down from the top of any item list to reveal the “Select Items…” button. Mass teleportation has never been so easy.

No need to run to Gringotts to subscribe

Subscribing to a 1Password.com individual or family account used to involve a visit to Gringotts and a terrifying minecart ride into the bowels of the earth just to set up your recurring payments. Happily we’ve decided to cut out the middle-goblin completely!

Starting today you can now pay for your 1Password account directly within 1Password using our new automatically renewing monthly in-app purchase subscription.

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password.

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6.4.5  (build #645001) – released 2016-09-24

Greetings, dear 1Password customers! We hope you're enjoying the update to iOS 10 as much as we are. We had a few of you write in with some issues that we didn't encounter during our testing, which we have addressed in this update. Thank you to everyone who wrote in!

1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel generous or have a couple of minutes, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance!

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password.

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6.4.4  (build #644000) – released 2016-08-10

Hello again, dear 1Password customers! It's been an exciting time here at 1Password central with our announcement of our new 1Password account service. The response has been incredible and we're so happy you're so happy. We have a smaller, but important update for you today. Enjoy!

1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel generous or have a couple of minutes, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance!

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password.

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6.4.3  (build #643001) – released 2016-07-18

Salutations, fine friends! Today's update has been polished to a fare-thee-well and brings with it a small number of important fixes to keep 1Password purring like the most content of kittens. Thank you to everyone who took the time to write in to support@agilebits.com with tips and hints to help us track down these bugs; without you, these fixes would not have been possible.

1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel generous or have a couple of minutes, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance!

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password.

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6.4.2  (build #642004) – released 2016-06-06

With Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference right around the corner we did not want to throw away our shot at bringing you one more update to your favorite security app. Make sure you also check out our right hand app, 1Password for Mac, for an update today as well.

Next week we will have a few of our developers in the room where it happens, and we can’t wait for Apple to blow us all away with their big announcements. Until next time!

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6.4.1  (build #641004) – released 2016-05-18

Good morrow, fine users! Thank you all so much for your feedback on version 6.4. Today we’re publishing version 6.4.1 to address some of those issues as well as a few minor additions of our own. Cheers!

1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel generous or have a couple of minutes, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance!

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password.

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6.4  (build #640013) – released 2016-04-27

1Password 6.4: The 1-Up Edition

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Press Start

While all of us here at AgileBits are geeks, a good number are in that elite category of geek: gamers. What better way to show our love for digital interactive entertainment than with some gaming-themed released notes. Enjoy!

Leveled-Up Fingerprint Skills

You told us that having to enter your Master Password after a device reboot felt like getting all your powers stripped away right before the big boss fight at the end of the game. In version 6.4, after restarting your device, you will see a Touch ID button on the lock screen; tap it to immediately enable Touch ID. If you enjoyed the way things used to work, check out our new advanced security settings in Settings > Advanced > Security to tailor it to your own tastes.

Your Save Carries Over

Are you a big fan of the classics? If you’re still rocking it retro-style with 1Password 3, we have some good news: your save file from 1Password 3 carries over to 1Password 6 so you can jump right into all that the latest gen has to offer!

With the arrival of iOS 9 we discovered that many of our customers are still using 1Password 3 (thanks to all the crash reports you sent us)! We really wanted you to be able to use 1Password 6, but the path from version 3 was fraught with peril. It was like a series of fetch quests where the NPC just keeps asking you for more and more obscure items to collect.

We’ve improved this process _significantly_ in version 6.4. Now it’s more in line with some epic armor crafting where you have all the materials at your disposal. If you’ve previously tried to import your 1Password 3 information into 1Password 6 and failed, please try again. We think you’ll be pleased.

Play With Your Family, Play With Your Team

If you use 1Password exclusively with a 1Password account (Families or Teams), we have a nice little improvement for you in this version: Setting up 1Password for the first time with a 1Password account no longer creates an empty “Primary” vault. You will only see your account vaults.

While the developers were busy tinkering with the guts to eliminate that Primary vault, our designers were busy grinding to get their level up. When they dinged level 6.4, they used their new skill points to unlock this awesome piece of gear: a brand new sign-in screen for your 1Password accounts. Just tap Settings > 1Password Accounts to get started.

Racing to the Finish, No Blue Shells In Sight

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1Password no longer allows sharing via Mail and Messages. Individual item sharing over insecure and unauthenticated channels does not meet our current security standards. Item sharing is still available via AirDrop.



1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel generous or have a couple of minutes between gaming sessions, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance!

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password.

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6.3.1  (build #631001) – released 2016-03-11

We're incredibly happy to hear you're enjoying the ability to launch 1Password to your favorite vault! Your continued feedback has helped us make 1Password the versatile and helpful app it is today. Thank you! Some of you let us know you were having trouble syncing to Dropbox during the initial setup process. This update should fix that issue. Thanks again, and as always, stay secure!

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us on our discussions forum to let us know if you have any feedback!

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6.3  (build #630006) – released 2016-03-11

The Time-Saving Edition

Are you ready for the clocks to spring forward once again? It’ll be darker in the morning, but more light at night means more time for getting things done after work! Whether you’re looking forward to the time change or shaking your fist at it, we think you’ll be pleased with the latest release of 1Password for iOS before Daylight Savings Time strikes.

Save time by picking which vault is shown when you launch the app

It might take a bit of work to adjust to the time change, but it’s easy for 1Password to adjust to your preferences! If you always want to see the same vault (or All Vaults) when you launch the app, head into Settings > Vaults > Always Open To and choose your favorite vault.

Save even more time with faster (and better) Spotlight search

If you’re a Spotlight searcher, you’ll love our improvements to make it faster to find what you’re looking for. We also fixed some issues with accented characters, so if you’ve had some trouble when using more than the standard 26 english letters give it another try!

Do more with improved VoiceOver support

We’ve expanded VoiceOver support to cover some of our newer UI elements, like the vault picker button and the QR codes used for 1Password Families and Teams. Give it a listen!

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password and tell us about how you’re going to spend your extra hour of daylight at night!

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6.2.2  (build #622006) – released 2016-02-07

The Preschooler Edition

Normally we don't title our bug fix releases but in this case we decided to make a small exception for a big change: 1Password is now rated 4+! Since we've shed our 17+ rating you can safely and happily start teaching your young ones how to generate strong, unique passwords for their Minecraft server logins and what have you.

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us on our discussions forum to let us know if you have any feedback!

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6.2.1  (build #621003) – released 2016-01-16

Good morrow yon wonderful 1Password customers! We have really been enjoying the fantastic feedback you've been leaving for 1Password 6.2; it's great to see that you love it as much as we do. We also appreciate the bug reports you've been sending in via our support forums. We grabbed a few of the higher profile issues you have reported and are happy to present 1Password 6.2.1. Cheers!

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6.2  (build #620022) – released 2016-01-11

The Resolution Edition

Welcome to the new year! The holiday season is behind us and now it's time to examine our priorities and set goals. At the top of our list: continue to make improvements to 1Password so it can always be a simple, reliable, fun way to help you stay secure. 1Password 6.2 for iOS is chock full of mini-resolutions to help us reach that goal.

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We resolve to find what you need, fast

Now you can search all of your items from the Favorites, Categories, or Organize tabs. If speed is most important to you, you can search only item names; if thoroughness is your cup of tea, you can search items in their entirety. We've also made tweaks to speed, added a clear button, improved sorting order, and made other enhancements to our search capabilities.

We resolve to keep you informed

Watchtower is here! This optional service has been in our Mac app for quite a while, and we're thrilled to bring it to iOS. Watchtower monitors the latest security vulnerabilities from around the web and alerts you when your own accounts might need attention. To start using Watchtower, go to Settings > Security and tap the switch. If an item has a potential vulnerability, you'll see it in the item's details view.

We resolve to help you stay organized

If you use 1Password Teams or have more than one vault, you'll be pleased to hear that it's now easy to copy or move items from one vault to another. Just view the item's details, then tap "Move and Copy".

We resolve to help you Peek at life's details

If you have an iPhone 6S or iPhone 6S Plus, these features are for you! If you want to quickly bring up search, view your favorites, or add a new item, 3D Touch the 1Password icon on your home screen and select the Quick Action you want to perform. When you're in 1Password, find the item you're looking for and press lightly on it to Peek at its details. When you want to see the full details view, press deeper to Pop into it. Want to copy the contents of certain fields, paste, or open an item in 1Password browser? Press lightly on the item, then swipe up!

We value your workflow too much to prompt you for a review. If you feel generous or have a couple of minutes, please take some time to leave a rating and review on the App Store. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you so very much.

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password and tell us your resolutions for the new year!

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6.1.2  (build #612002) – released 2015-12-03

Hello again, true believers! As we continue our journey towards 1Password 6.2 we wanted to take a small detour and push out version 6.1.2 to address some of the larger pain points you've made us aware of via the forums. Thanks again, and as always, stay smart, stay shiny, and stay secure.

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6.1.1  (build #611003) – released 2015-11-12

Greetings, true believers! Thank you to everyone who has reached out to us about 1Password 6.1 — it's great to hear that you love All Vaults and 1Password Teams as much as we do! We also appreciate you telling us about a snafu in 6.1 causing 1Password to crash for some of you. This release addresses that crash. Thanks again, and as always, stay smart, stay shiny, and stay secure.

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6.1  (build #610012) – released 2015-11-09

The Unity Edition

It’s time to let you in on a secret. For months, everyone at AgileBits has been hard at work on an incredible new addition to the 1Password family: 1Password Teams. With 1Password Teams, everyone gets the simple, convenient security of 1Password, and you get the tools you need to control and manage access to your most important information. Visit teams.1password.com to learn more about our awesome new product.

Not only have we baked 1Password Teams right into the very core of 1Password for iOS, we’ve also added features that bring some new shiny to the app you’ve come to love and trust! 1Password 6.1 gives you the ability to view all of your items across vaults and introduces support for 1Password Teams. Keeping everything and everyone together has never been so easy!

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All Vaults

When you have more than one vault, it can be really easy to forget where you’ve saved what, which can make it a bit complicated to find the item you're looking for. Now, you can view and search all of your items in all of your vaults by using All Vaults. But what if the whole reason you created a separate vault was to keep its items out of your way? No problem! If you don't want to include absolutely everything, go to Settings > Vaults > All Vaults and switch off the vaults you don't want to include. And would you look at how pretty that new All Vaults icon is?! I feel like a unicorn just looking at it.

1Password Teams

If you've already scored a new 1Password Teams account, you'll need a way to view those vaults on your pocket computers! To add a new account or manage an existing one, go to Settings > 1Password Teams. Welcome and enjoy!

A Care Package, from Us to You

From new and improved translations to better performance for humungo vaults, we sweat the details so you don't have to!

We Love You

We value your workflow too much to prompt you for a review. If you feel generous or have a couple of minutes, please take some time to leave a rating and review on the App Store. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you so very much.

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password.

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6.0.2  (build #602002) – released 2015-10-19

Greetings and salutations! The team has been hard at work on the next feature release of 1Password, and while we are still a few pumpkin spice lattes away from letting it see the light of day, we've received some great feedback from you that we wanted to address straight away.

One of the things that we've seen is that 1Password is taking a long time to launch for some of you. If you're experiencing this problem please reach out to us at discussions.agilebits.com. We made some changes in this release that should alleviate this problem, but just in case these fixes have not solved things for you, we'd love your help in gathering some more information about the problem.

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6.0.1  (build #601004) – released 2015-09-18

Thank you to all of our incredible customers for the wonderful feedback we received about 1Password 6.0. You're the reason we get to show up to work every day and do what we love, and we never forget that. Shortly after 6.0 went live we were alerted to a few issues that we wanted to get fixed sooner rather than later, so we are happy to present 1Password 6.0.1.

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6.0  (build #600016) – released 2015-09-16

Extreme makeover edition

Ah, autumn. The AgileBits team is ready for cooler weather, colorful leaves, and even the pumpkin explosion. While we enjoyed our summer full of cookouts and splashing in the pool, it wasn’t all play. We’ve been busy putting the finishing touches on something amazing; just in time for iOS 9 we are excited to introduce 1Password 6.0! We knocked down walls, ripped out cabinets, and sweated the details of this beautiful new release.

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New look

Our designers painstakingly sorted through fabric samples and paint chips to help make 1Password feel new, yet comfortable and homey. Don’t worry, everything’s exactly where you left it! While you’re looking around at our revamped style, check out how sleek 1Password browser is now. We hope you like what we’ve done with the place.

Spotlight search

Many of us rely on Spotlight to help us find apps, websites, emails, and more. Now you can use Spotlight to find items in your 1Password vault! You’ll need to switch on the feature in Settings > General > Enable Spotlight Search. From then on, when you need to find your Amazon login you can search Spotlight, then tap to see the item’s details in 1Password. If only Spotlight could be wired into your house so you'd never lose your keys again.

iPad and iPhone 6 Plus optimized

Using an iPad and need to get to your vault quickly? Use Split View and Slide Over on supported devices to keep 1Password close at hand. We’re really excited to use this alongside our favorite apps on iPad Pro!

On an iPhone 6 Plus? Now you can take advantage of landscape mode. We wish our real-world home improvement projects ended with such flexibility.

Diceware support

While we were redecorating, we decided to install a diceware generator so you can use real words for your passwords and security questions! We have you covered from aardvark-wrinkle-list-boundary to zipper.sash.hideaway.vendee.

More on Apple Watch

Bringing new items into your home can be hard. Adding new items to your Apple Watch is easy. Thanks to your feedback, you can now access Passport, Wireless Router, Drivers License, Social Security Number, and Bank Account items from your wrist. When you’re done looking at your items, lock 1Password using Force Touch.

In your favorite apps

All of this remodeling hasn’t changed one of the best things about 1Password for iOS: the ability to log in to participating apps! We recently made big improvements to our extension. Now, it’s a breeze to fill in credit card information and addresses. If your favorite apps don’t offer 1Password support, let their developers know it only takes a few minutes to join the ranks of eBay and Dropbox in making your life more secure and a little easier.

We Love You

We value your workflow too much to prompt you for a review. If you feel generous or have a couple of minutes, please take some time to leave a rating and review on the App Store. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance!

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password.

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5.5  (build #505029) – released 2015-08-20

Staying secure in the sun

The days are long, the weather is warm, and in between the barbeques, pool parties, bonfires, and toasted marshmallows we’ve also put together a great update to your favorite security app. Join us in slapping on some sunscreen while we bask in the glow of this shiny new release, just for you! Oh, and if you’re in the southern hemisphere, consider this release a ray of sunshine to warm you.

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Vault Switching

Accessing multiple vaults in 1Password just got a whole lot simpler! Just tap the icon in the upper left corner of the Favorites, Categories, or Organize tabs and pick the vault you’d like to switch to. We suggest you use all the time you save to celebrate with a nice cool ice cream cone (have an extra scoop for us!).

Apple Watch

For those of you using Apple Watch to help you reach your next cookout on time, a happy day has dawned - your credit card entries will now display PIN codes. We also improved the way Apple Watch displays text and sprayed a couple of pesky bugs trying to impede your fun in the sun.

Touch ID

It can be hard to use Touch ID when your fingers are covered in sunscreen. That’ll no longer be a problem when using the 1Password app extension, which will respect the lock timeouts you’ve set in the app. If you unlock 1Password using Touch ID, the main app will remember as long as you haven’t reached your lock timeout the next time you launch it.

Additionally, if you tap “Cancel” when you’re asked to provide your fingerprint to unlock your vault, you’ll have the option of bringing the Touch ID prompt back again. We call that a win!

HTTP Warning

If you try to enter your username and password on an unsecured (HTTP) site when the URL you’ve saved is for a secure (HTTPS) site, 1Password will let you know. Extra security for extra peace of mind.

We’ve also made improvements to Large Type, updated translations, and more!

1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel generous or have a couple of minutes between pool parties, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance!

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password.

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5.4.3  (build #504301) – released 2015-06-23

Our entire development team made the trip out to San Francisco for Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference, where we had an incredible time learning about all of the great technologies coming to iOS. While we wait for iOS 9’s release, we thought we’d give you a small update with fixes for some bugs that you reported in 1Password 5.4.2. Thank you for visiting our support forums and letting us know how we can make 1Password better, we really appreciate the feedback.

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5.4.2  (build #504207) – released 2015-05-26

We’ve been hearing so much wonderful feedback from all of you about our new Apple Watch app; thank you for that! We’re already hard at work making improvements based on your thoughts. This minor update to 1Password contains a number of fixes, including one for that “Fatal Database Error” that a number of you were seeing after using 1Password on your Apple Watch.

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5.4.1  (build #504101) – released 2015-04-20

Hello, true believers! This update contains a couple of important changes to our Apple Watch app that you should be aware of:

  1. Enabling the Apple Watch setting in 1Password now requires that you have a device passcode set. If you launch 1Password 5.4.1 on a device without a passcode it will disable the Apple Watch setting.
  2. You now have the ability to set a PIN code for use in 1Password for Apple Watch. This PIN code will be used to provide an additional level of protection for the information available on your wrist.

We hope you are one of the lucky ones receiving a shiny new Apple Watch this Friday and that you enjoy this new addition to the 1Password family. Now on to the rest of the changes in 5.4.1:

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5.4  (build #504006) – released 2015-04-14

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1Password 5.4 for iOS, the 'Go Go Gadget Watch!` Edition

Sometimes, it’s the little things that are really exciting. There’s not a lot of big changes in this release, but some sweet refinements to existing features (like the Message Center and 1Password’s Brain) and one lovely little addition for our Pro users: an item detail that lets you ‘Add to Apple Watch.’

Go Go Gadget Watch!

Need that security code to open your garage door, stat? Calling for emergency pizza and need to provide your credit card number? Access all those details on your wrist so you can solve crimes and save your uncle just like Penny.

If you've got the Pro features, enable the Apple Watch setting in 1Password and you'll notice a handy little 'Add to Apple Watch' option in your item's details. Tap to make this item more accessible than ever before!

Message Center: Stealth Mode

Message Center was one of the most talked about features in our 5.3 update. Based on your feedback, we've refined this new feature by adding a 'Mark as Read' button in the messages list, and an option to turn off the badge icon right from the Message Center screen. We hope you'll love the tips and content we plan to provide here, but this option ensures that power users aren't too distracted by the alert.

Pick Up Where You Left Off

Ever feel like you’re lost when you open up 1Password? 1Password now remembers the tab you were viewing when you left the app so you return to familiar surroundings.


5.3  (build #503025) – released 2015-03-26

The Extended Brainiac Edition

We have packed a ton of bug fixes and other improvements into this version of 1Password. But if you asked us to name the Big Ones for version 5.3, we’d be remiss if we didn’t talk about the improvements to the 1Password extension and the 1Password Brain. Read on for all the juicy details!

1Password never prompts you for a review. We value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel generous and have a couple of minutes, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance!

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at support@agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and Facebook.com/1Password.

App Extension version Amazing Point Oh

The new 1Password App Extension now saves you 400% more time. It can create new Logins in 1Password browser, Safari, and even other apps. It can also fill Identities and Credit Cards, even in other apps.

The extension has made 1Password even more adaptable than ever. If the app you’re using doesn’t show any matching Logins, you can now select the correct Login by using the Show All Logins button.

We’ve been working closely with a number of other app developers on the improvements to our App Extension, which means you get to wait less time for more awesome.

What are we going to do today, Brain?

Did you know there is a Brain in 1Password? It's been studying hard and is now 2,000% more accurate and fills forms 483% faster. Talk about an IQ bump! All that’s left is for us to fill out that Mensa membership application...and try to take over the world.

We need to talk

Great Scott! There is so much great stuff going on with 1Password that we added a new Message Center to keep you in the know. It brings you 1Password news and tips right in our in-app Settings. Don’t worry, Push Notifications need not apply.

Zoomier than ever

Good news, everyone: iPhone 6 Plus, Zoom Mode, and 1Password now happily play together! We fixed a bizarre situation where the lock screen animation was broken and jittery on iPhone 6 Plus. Even worse, it would sometimes cause the iOS Springboard to restart (which looked like your phone was rebooting)! Our thanks to everyone who helped us pin this one down.

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5.2.1  (build #502105) – released 2015-03-02

Thank you to all of our amazing customers for the incredible feedback on our 5.2 release. We would have had this update out sooner, but as it turns out all the cold weather here in the Northeast froze our Internet pipes almost solid. Who knew?

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5.2  (build #502015) – released 2015-01-03

The Awesomesauce Edition

1Password never prompts you for a review. We value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel generous and have a couple of minutes, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. We live for this stuff. Thank you in advance!

Tons of iOS apps are adding the convenience and security of 1Password so you can create new accounts and login with a tap. View the list of awesome apps here: j.mp/1Papps

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us @1Password on Twitter, and Facebook.com/1Password!

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5.1.2  (build #501204) – released 2014-11-11

Thank you to all of our wonderful customers for reaching out and helping us track down a few crucial fixes we missed for version 5.1.1. Can you believe we found them in the couch cushions? It’s always the last place you look, right?

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5.1.1  (build #501107) – released 2014-10-30

Did you catch the awesome 1Password shout out during the Apple keynote on the 16th? If so, this release includes the Touch ID lock screen you saw on screen as well as a number of other fixes and improvements.

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5.1  (build #501017) – released 2014-10-06

1Password 5.1 includes a number of enhancements and fixes based on your feedback.

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5.0  (build #500008) – released 2014-09-17

1Password 5 for iOS 8 is here with Touch ID, direct Safari integration (finally!), App Extensions for your favorite apps, Wi-Fi Sync with attachments, freemium pricing, and so much more! Best of all, it’s a free upgrade for existing v4 customers. We’d love to hear from you on Twitter @1Password, Facebook.com/1Password, and https://discussions.agilebits.com!


4.5.3  (build #405303) – released 2014-06-13

Version 4.5.3 fixes common crashes found in the iOS 8 beta.

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4.5.2  (build #405206) – released 2014-05-23

Version 4.5.2 addresses many of the common issues with our big 4.5 update.

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4.5.1  (build #405105) – released 2014-05-23

Version 4.5.1 fixes many of the common issues with our big 4.5 update.

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4.5  (build #405064) – released 2014-04-22

Our biggest update ever! There are things that go bump in the night, like password reuse and the internet’s Heartbleed bug. The vastly redesigned 1Password for iOS is the thing that bumps back.

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4.3.2  (build #403201) – released 2013-11-04

Version 4.3.2 addresses some minor issues reported by our great customers.

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4.3.1  (build #403101) – released 2013-10-21

Version 4.3.1 addresses some common issues with Wi-Fi sync you've reported.

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4.3  (build #403014) – released 2013-10-07

We have some great new features and fixes in this update based on your feedback. Please continue sharing it with us at support@agilebits.com. We love hearing from you!

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4.2.7  (build #402701) – released 2013-09-12

Version 4.2.7 fixes an common crash customers have seen while syncing.

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4.2.6  (build #402601) – released 2013-09-12

Version 4.2.6 addresses an issue that iCloud sync would not be enabled during setup.

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4.2.5  (build #402506) – released 2013-08-21

Version 4.2.5 is a small update to address two common crashes.

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4.2.4  (build #402404) – released 2013-08-14

Version 4.2.4 is a minor update to improve language translations.

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4.2.3  (build #402305) – released 2013-07-31

Version 4.2.3 addresses some common bugs you have reported.

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4.2.2  (build #402204) – released 2013-06-28

Version 4.2.2 is a great update which includes several improvements you've reported. Thank you and keep the feedback coming!

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4.2.1  (build #402101) – released 2013-06-17

This minor update fixes a few issues found in version 4.2.

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4.2  (build #402022) – released 2013-05-13

We have some great new features and fixes in this update based on your feedback. Please continue sharing it with us at support@agilebits.com. We love hearing from you!

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4.1.2  (build #401203) – released 2013-01-28

This minor update fixes a few issues found in version 4.1.

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4.1.1  (build #401105) – released 2013-01-22

This minor update fixes a few issues found in version 4.1.

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4.1.1  (build #401021) – released 2013-01-15

We have some great new features and fixes in this update based on your feedback. Please continue sharing it with us at support@agilebits.com. We love hearing from you!

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4.1.1  (build #400141) – released 2012-01-15

App Store release notes for 4.0.3

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4.1.2  (build #400142) – released 2012-12-14

App Store release for 4.0.2

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4.1.2  (build #400141) – released 2012-12-04

This update adds Quick Tour for new users and fixes several critical bugs. App Store release for 4.0.1

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4.0  (build #400121) – released 2012-11-20

The brand new fully redesigned 1Password is here!