1Password 8 – Password Manager MODDED 2022


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1Password 8 is rebuilt from the ground up with an all-new design and powerful personalization. Security on the go has never been this easy.

The password manager that’s as beautiful and simple as it is secure. Simply add your passwords, and let 1Password do the rest. Try 1Password free for 14 days, then keep going with a 1Password subscription.

Selected by Android Central as the Best Password Manager for Android: “”For those who want the absolute best password manager for their phone, tablet, and computers, 1Password is the way to go.


1Password is the password manager that remembers all your passwords for you, and keeps them safe and secure behind the one password that only you know.

◆ Create strong, unique passwords for all your online accounts
◆ Fill usernames and passwords into websites and apps
◆ Access your information on all your mobile devices and computers
◆ Share passwords securely with your family or company
◆ Unlock with a single tap using Fingerprint Unlock


1Password is not just a password manager: it’s the ideal place for financial information, personal documentation, or anything you need to keep secure and accessible.

◆ Store information in more than a dozen categories: logins, credit cards, addresses, notes, bank accounts, driver licenses, passports, and more
◆ Create multiple vaults to keep different areas of your life separate
◆ Organize your information with favorites
◆ Use search to find and filter your information


Everything you store in 1Password is protected by a Master Password that only you know. 1Password uses end-to-end encryption, so your data is only ever decrypted offline. The encryption keys never leave your device, and you are the only one who can see your passwords.

◆ Unlock the app quickly and securely with Fingerprint Unlock
◆ Lock the app automatically to ensure your data is protected, even if your device is lost or stolen
◆ Use 1Password as your authenticator: store two-factor authentication codes and access them quickly when it’s time to sign in
◆ Get alerts when a site you use has been compromised and you need to change your passwords


1Password for Android has full support for team and family accounts. It’s never been so easy to share the simple security of 1Password with those you work and live with.

◆ Add all your accounts — family, team, individual — and see all your information in one place
◆ Easily migrate information between accounts
◆ Share passwords and more with teammates and family members


Get a 14-day free trial when you install 1Password, and subscribe at any time on 1Password.com.

Your subscription lets you use 1Password everywhere. Your data syncs securely and automatically between your devices, and can also be accessed on the web.


1Password has been highlighted in The New York Times, GQ, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Verge, Ars Technica, Mashable, and The Guardian.

◆ Named One of The World’s Greatest 100 Apps by Business Insider
◆ Featured on PCMAG as Best for Password Organization
◆ “Best Password Manager for Families” by Tech Radar

We’re proud of these recognitions, and that millions of people love and use 1Password every day.


The Accessibility features provided by Android help you sign in to apps and websites using the credentials you store in 1Password.


We love 1Password and strive to make it the best password manager it can be. Connect with us at [email protected], @1Password on Twitter, and Facebook.com/1Password! We’re also available for feedback or questions in our discussion forums at https://1pw.ca/AndroidForum


- We've fixed an issue that prevented creating any type of item in a business account when file storage was turned off in the account's security settings.

See https://releases.1password.com/android/8.9/ for the full list of changes.


40 comentarios en "1Password 8 – Password Manager MODDED 2022"

  1. Re-rating from 1 star to 4. Once up and running, this is arguably a 5-star product, but minus 1 star for unnecessarily difficult installation issues, for slow customer support, and for a couple minor but annoying usability issues. Big piece of advice: use the desktop app, or the browser extension or the phone app. But stay away from the web app, which lacks full functionality and does not work correctly if you try to follow directions for using the product. They should tell you this up front.

  2. Works well on laptop but the formatting is awful for Android. It seems to log into a web page, which makes the text all to the right side of the screen, in a column. It renders the app useless. I cant even access my passwords on Android. Autofill works ok. Please fix the Android issue! Will change my review when it’s usable in Android. -Edit #1 – 1/28/23 – I figured out the phone has to be turned to landscape to be able to just see the vault contents on Android. Annoying but at least usable.

  3. Craig dice:

    Rarely prompts to auto fill passwords. I’ve been trying to switch from LastPass, 1password just rarely seems to recognize security fields. At least with LastPass, when that happened there was always the option to pull down the top of the screen and force the auto fill. I’d say about 20% of the time, 1Password prompts for autofill as it should, 30% I can get it to show up by repeatedly clicking back and forth between user id/ password fields, but the remaining 50% I’m copy paste from the app.

  4. Wow! This app is much better than lastpass. The user interface is much more streamlined and seamless. Plus, 1passward has a secret key when signing up for the first time. I don’t need to worry about data breaches…. The auto fill works perfectly well on my android device. After I disabled lasspass and enabled 1passwords, everything work perfectly well. I already subscribed.

  5. Dennis B dice:

    Worth Leaving LastPass! Like many pro reviews have said: It is worth the effort. It is very easy to switch, but it is a different user interface, so be patient. Tip: If you regularly use a desktop or laptop computer, start with the 1Password website and follow the directions. I am sorry I didn’t switch sooner!

  6. When it works, it works great! However, both the ios and android version of this app are constantly crashing now. Frequently enough that it literally cannot do the job of auto-filling fields. That being said, when it works (and the web integration works great!) it is very good. I look forward to being able to adjust my review when the crashing issues are resolved.

  7. This app works even worse lately than previously. Auto fill has to be reset constantly. Everything is set right, including the battery just like support suggested. It works perfect on my desktop and laptop! Android and 1Password do not get along! Very frustrating to say the least! I can see I’m not the only one having the issue! Sure wish someone would fix the issue! All’s 1password is good for on Android 12 is storage! Worthless otherwise!

  8. Pale Sun dice:

    I really wanted to like this app. I’ve had LastPass for the last few years, loved it but was forced to switch cos security breach. I mainly use 1password on Android. The worst. Need to enter password every time to log in, no PIN login option. Autofill does not work with a lot of apps I use, there is no autofill dialog notif. that I can click on to force the autofill option to show up (like LastPass). I have to log in to app (hastle) and copy and paste. No pword generator standalone option in app

  9. Generally a great app, but in addition to passwords I use the incrypted secure notes feature for taking notes that I want to use securely. This capability is pretty damn important to me. The latest rendition of the UI has removed listing items and is search dependent. I like the search feature but can we also have the list? It’s very difficult to find specific notes when it made them three years ago and cannot remember what title I gave them. When this is corrected, I will change my rating.

  10. Same as others have described here. Came because of the security issues with LastPass (after many years of use) and can’t get auto-fill to work no matter what I do. The app is otherwise pretty good, but that’s core functionality. Running Android 14 on an S22+. EDIT: The auto-fill toggle was ON by default when I first installed the app (despite being told it would be off). But I turned it off, restarted the phone, then turned it back on, and THEN it started working. Still glitchy but usable.

  11. Hands down the most helpful tool I use in every day life. I know my information is secure, easily reachable and I don’t have to worry. The app works well as well as the web and program, and they continue to add more features as time goes on. I do wish biometric unlock came to Chromebooks however. I use a pixel slate and it’s not supported.

  12. I love iPassword. The Android app has a few bugs, but the brand as a WHOLE is the best of all pw managers (imo/e). The browser ext’s are gorgeous; 3 months in, 0 problems. The Android app is slick too, but I do run into the “autofill N/A” bug a bit. It’s easy to go and copy the pw manually though, so I’m ok with sticking it out for the fix. Trust me, give them a chance; their Android app will surely be 100%+ soon, right there with their releases on other plats. P.S. Their Cx Service = FanTasTic

  13. A work in progress. The old version had the vaults readily searchable. For anyone having trouble create a collection, this helped search a few vaults instead of all of them. Just click search (magnifying glass), select top right icon/picture, click manage collections, then create collection with specific vaults selected. The auto fill for the passwords is a hit or miss. I still have the old app version 7 which works so much better than version 8.

  14. This is better than LastPass in almost every way, especially for autofill, but I docked a star because it should be easier to generate a password to fit website requirements. Get rid of the slider for choosing the password length. I can’t choose a precise number because of it, which makes it hard to create passwords for websites with upper limits on password sizes. Unfortunately, some websites still require password sizes to be below 18 characters.

  15. Simple features that the previous version had are gone; such as PIN unlock. The edit button will occasionally disappear from the UI requiring you to back out of the app to get it to display again. Overall, a significant step backwards in quality and features. I regret migrating from the old version.

  16. Worked well until I updated to 8. S22 Ultra no longer prompts for password save or entry on android apps that it used to. Nothing I have tried has resolved the issue and I’m not seeing any response to multiple users who are experiencing the same issues. Great on my PC, waste of time on my phone. Not really usable as one password solution if it doesn’t work on 1 of the 2 main use cases the program was created for.

  17. So, after the LastPass breach, I gave up LastPass for good. I tried seven different password managers and without a doubt, hands-down 1Password came out on top. For ease of import and a good application interface, the Watchtower feature really sold me, and I was able to clean up poor logins easily. In fact, while I was testing out the other six I was changing all my 300+ logins, usernames and passwords in 1Password… I enjoyed the challenge. FYI, Bitwarden is the only one that imports 1pux.

  18. Another LastPass migrant after the huge breach. There are a few minor issues; which I’ll submit via their feedback system, but overall I think the ecosystem as a whole has been an upgrade. I especially like the share ability instead of using a service like OneTimeSecret, when I need to securely share information.

  19. Been looking for a pw manager to replace LastPass and had high hopes for 1Password, but as others have mentioned autofill simply does not work. I’ll go to a website directly from the link in my 1Password vault, and there is no autofill suggestion. When I enter the password, it does not prompt to save it. I’ve gone through the 1Password app settings and the Android autofill settings as 1Password suggests, but to no avail. This is a crucial feature, so I need to find a different app.

  20. Migrated here from LastPass for the better security. Two issues with the 1Password app I’m experiencing: Auto fill is 80/20. Unable to get it to work on some websites. Other problem is that vault unlocking only supports fingerprint or full master password. LastPass has a pin code option, which is good since it’s different from what I use to unlock my phone. One feature I love though is the built-in authenticator for semi-2FA that can sync to the cloud.

  21. Eric Katz dice:

    Finally got to upgrade to version 8 after getting a newer tablet, but every time I go into settings to turn on the face unlock, the app crashes, forcing me to type in my very long, but secure password. Very frustrating. Hope this gets resolved soon, the previous version was far more stable. Samsung galaxy S7 FE.

  22. John Lamb dice:

    Well that’s two hours I won’t get back… I’ve been a LastPass user for years, had been thinking about switching, their latest breach pushed me to action. Came down between 1Password and Bitwarden. Tried 1Password first. Absolute Will. Not. Autofill. no matter what I do (TMobile Pixel 6 with up-to-date Android 13). Uninstalled Lastpass in case that was the cause. Nope. Uninstalled/reinstalled 1Password. Nope. Toggled autofill off/on. Nope. Uninstalled 1Password – will now try BItwarden.

  23. Autofill doesn’t work. The instructions are flat out wrong. The reason to get this is for autofill to work. Last Pass sold us out but at least they got the UU right. You should have learned from that and fixed the lax security they used by software programmers, which is to follow well documented processes. But you didn’t bother to learn what the user interface needs to do.

  24. It is very good. It sometimes will not pop up when you need it and you have to go looking for it, but it works, is VERY fast, it seems secure and I haven’t found any items displayed or left in the clipboard where they could be exploited. One of the better apps that you will use on Android. I have not run into a SINGLE bug or crash. Well worth the money.

  25. Sort of works but has really glaring, idiotic deficiencies. For example, after importing data from another manager, it doesn’t know about any linked apps. Fine, understandable. BUT searching for plausible credentials NEVER EVER finds the entry of EXACTLY THE SAME NAME. I always have to manually type in the name that 1password already has to find anything. Also it’s impossible to manually link an app to a credential. There’s simply no way to do it. And half the time it fails to even come up.

  26. Zane Ross dice:

    Version 8 is a step backwards. For The most part I’ve been pretty happy with 1Password with a family subscription for the last 2 years. But the most recent upgrade seems to be a huge step backwards. It looks nice, and password insertion works, but usability and search has really taken a hit. Simple actions that took 1 or 2 button presses now are a lot more convoluted, and it seems like I’m constantly getting lost in the app not able to go where I want to. Want to revert to the previous version.

  27. Dropping a star. The release notes link doesn’t work, so save yourself a click. Like so many things, this is a perfect example of the issues with this app. Marginally better than “7”. I find it odd that this was not just an upgrade to the old version. Everything is still convoluted as ever but at least it looks like it was designed in the past 2 years. I’m sure how to use it and manage vaults makes sense to the devs, but it is absolutely unintuitive. Also, “face unlock” = biometrics.

  28. Version 8 is terrible. I have used it for more than 5 years and then Version 8 came out. By stuffing a lot more into it, the app has become a mess. They have completely rearranged it and not in a good way. It doesn’t format correctly on Chromebook. If you dont have or use biometrics, there is no option for passcode. If you are on Version 7 stay there, obviously they didnt check to what the users wanted. If you are thinking of starting with 1Password, look elsewhere.

  29. Not a huge fan of the recent update. The layout is just a change that I’m sure I will adjust to over time, but my biggest issue is that there is a huge lag in the prompt to fill the username and password when logging into websites or apps. Sometimes it appears quickly, sometimes slowly, and sometimes not at all (forcing me to copy and paste it from the 1Password app). The last version worked great in this aspect. Frustrating experience.

  30. Tried out the family subscription as an easier way to share passwords for certain items and it’s not great. The new app is a step backward from the 7 version. The customized home is a downgrade with no option to open right into the vault. Even simple items like being able to scroll along the right-hand of the screen alphabetically are gone. I’ll definitely be going back to version 7.

  31. Compared to the old version, this one is completely broken. Trying to use 1Password to “autofill” apps is a huge pain. In the previous version, a little 1password icon used to appear on the keyboard and then everything could be done with a pop-up, now 90% of the time the icon doesn’t show, when it does it takes the whole screen and doesn’t fill in the fields properly.

  32. BLT B dice:

    The new version 8 is terrible. It doesn’t allow face recognition like it says it does. With my screen protector on my finger print doesn’t work. It doesn’t use a pin like the old one. Searching does not always provide a search box. Press and hold to copy is not available. I’m thinking about quitting this altogether. I end up relying on Samsung Pass.

  33. First, I actually enjoy the experience. I feel secure. But it doesn’t quite feel… done yet. You always get this lingering feeling that it’s still in beta. Finding things is sometimes painful, there’s poor synergy among the various avenues, no continuity of design, it doesn’t feel intuitive and at times can feel clunky. But, I’m still here. Been a user since the early days when it was Mac only. Took a break to try LastPass, then Bitwarden; but always come back.

  34. A step in the right direction. I can see why others have gripes with it, but I overall I think it’s a good step and I will continue to use it. I would like to see: 1. A bubble over the vault, category, or tag that shows the number of items in it – info readily available in the previous version of the app. I anticipate this feature may be contentious so would suggest it be a configurable option. 2. The old app settings really should be migrated. My default auto-lock option was more secure.

  35. The features in the old app, while visually dated, were organized and setup in a useful way. This new app has some useful features, the UI is fast, and clean…but features are buried. Search just feels difficult. Search is supposed to make it easier to find things, not more difficult. The new app feels like it was done by a development team without UI/UX experts or a proper product owner to verify features. The web & desktop apps are great. This mobile app, not so much.

  36. I love 1Password and have been using it for years. However the most recent update has resulted in the app lagging significantly when logging into websites on Android. As others have observed, sometimes the 1Password auto fill prompt appears, but only after a minute or so. Sometimes it never appears. In previous versions, the prompt appeared almost immediately upon visiting a website for which I have a password stored. Please fix this lag!

  37. One feature that I loved in the previous version of the app was that I could use a pin code instead of a full password to access the autofill data (usernames and passwords) for websites. I’m not a fan of biometrics for logins, I’d prefer to use a short pin code rather than typing a longer secure password to access that data for single use autofill. Thanks, the rest of the app upgrades are great!

  38. Been using for years, the most recent update feels like a step back in terms of giving the user the option for auto fillig fields. It isn’t at easy to use on Android but still works. The auto fill option in browser sparingly populates and works as expected. I find myself having to actually click the auto fill button the browser plugin itself. The app ui got a nice face lift but wasn’t needed in my opinion. Overall, still works but feels like an unfinished product.

  39. Major regression from 1Password 7 to 8. On Android, unlock by PIN is missing as is long press to copy a field. I do not want to use biometric unlock and having to type my long password every time is a major pain. I used these 2 features every day and they have been in the app for several versions until 8. I also miss the old list view and do not find the new home screen to be very user friendly. Looks pretty but a major functional step backwards.

  40. Used to love this app, but now it’s just a bit of a hassle. The convenience isn’t there anymore. Websites and apps that used to work no longer do. The most annoying thing I’ve run into is that when I need to unlock 1password (which is constantly despite having the 8hr option checked), I can no longer do it within the app or website I’m trying to fill. I need to exit out, go to 1password, unlock it, close it and then go back to webpage/app to try to fill again. It also doesn’t prompt new accounts

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