1Password log-ins are coming to third-party iOS apps

1Password log-ins are coming to third-party iOS apps

The popular log-in repository 1Password is about to get a lot more useful on iOS devices. AgileBits has revealed an extension for using the add-on in third-party iOS apps — if the developer chooses to build in support. Thanks to the enhanced security measures taken by Apple’s pending mobile OS update, the option can be included and doesn’t require you to go elsewhere in order to sort your passwords in standalone apps. Of course, this is in addition to 1Password’s own built-in browser that currently included and Touch ID is leveraged to access the secured vault of username credentials. 1Password for iOS is a $18 purchase, and we’re not holding our breath for similar functionality to arrive on the Android version anytime soon (although on Android LastPass has a similar feature for logging into apps). While you wait for your favorite software to opt in, there’s a handy demo in GIF after the break.

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