Android and iOS apps from 1Password are getting a big update today. This password management app has gone under a complete makeover in version 8. The new mobile layout has a personalised home tab to help identify logins, pin favourites, and organise passwords.
One can pin specific fields from login to their customised homepage. Additionally, they can quickly access any logins created recently. The home tab’s content may be rearranged, new shortcuts can be added, and the navigation bar now features one-click access to the search, home, and settings tabs.
The current version of the 1Password mobile app hides the search bar in favour of a navigation bar that is divided into favourite sections, category sections, tag sections, and settings.
1Password 8 substantially simplifies the entire design and navigation bar, making it easier for 1Password users who are unfamiliar with the mobile app to find their logins. In addition to new and enhanced iconography, typography, and detailed views for logins and vaults, the app has been upgraded.
The mobile app for 1Password has also been updated with a new Watchtower user interface, which includes alerts about data breaches inside items. Collections are now accessible in the 1Password mobile app, allowing users to build bespoke groups of vaults.
Efforts to increase 1Password’s subscriber base highlight the importance of the app’s newly streamlined mobile and desktop user experiences. More than 100,000 businesses are paying users of 1Password, and the company’s subscriber base grew throughout the pandemic, contributing to a $6.8 billion valuation for the business earlier this year