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1Password now works with Password Autofill on iOS 12

One of the great new improvements of iOS 12 is Password Autofill. This brings credentials such as usernames, e-mails and passwords from password vaults to iOS apps and websites directly on the iOS keyboard – and it is not just limited to Apple's iCloud keychain. 1Password 7.2 for iOS 12 fully supports password autocompletion and promotes the password manager for a first citizen on iPhone and iPad.

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Simply enable 1Password as a password Autofill data provider in Settings → Passwords and accounts → Automatically complete passwords and you'll see login data stored in 1Password on the iPhone and iPad keyboard in iOS 12 apps.

This allows you to tap the password prompt, authenticate with Touch ID or Face ID and automatically enter your username and password without changing the apps or even using the 1Password extension of the shared sheet.

Password Autofill in iOS 12 also works with up to two data providers, so you can use both iCloud Keychain and 1Password at the same time without being all-in password management.

1Password 7.2 also includes a handful of other improvements:

new ones – 1Password is built for and requires iOS 12. – 1Password now supports Password AutoFill on iOS 12! – 1Password now keeps up to date with the information from your 1Password.com account, even when it is not active, which means that your information is always on your device when you need it. – A brand new font specially made for 1Password and thanks to Alan Dague-Greene now used to display passwords and other secure information. – Account categories and item fields are now located. {Apple issues2096}

improved – Improved logic behind reloading animations of items. {Apple issues277} – Items in item lists now appear immediately when you open an item list. {Apple issues2003} – Clear Clipboard is automatically enabled for new users. {Apple issues2127} – We have updated our localizations with the latest news from our wonderful translators Crowdin.com. – Has tackled various bottlenecks in the implementation.

fixed – Fixed problem that smaller letters than the intended font sizes could cause in secured notes. – Fixed a problem in which tower notifications may not pop up when viewing an item. – Resolved various interface errors that might occur during row and insertions removals in item lists. – An issue has been fixed where the Login button did not work when needed re-verify with a 1Password account. – Resolved a rare problem that caused the 1Password App extension to freeze when launch.

1Password 7.2 requires iOS 12 and is available today in the App Store.


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