Sick of having to type in your password each time into the app? The Fastmail app on iOS and Android supports integration with 1Password.
Logging in with 1Password: iOS
Once you have 1Password installed on your iOS device then you will see a 1Password button in the login screen.
Pressing the 1Password button will display the activity popover (popup on iPad) which will include the 1Password icon if you have enabled it:
If it is not enabled, touch the bottom ‘…More’ button and turn on 1Password:
Touch ‘Done’. 1Password should now appear in the list.
AgileBits has additional information on setting up 1Password for iOS.
Logging in with 1Password: Android
Once you have 1Password installed on your Android device, you can either swap between 1Password and the Fastmail app to copy and paste your password; or you can use the 1Password keyboard from within the Fastmail app to auto-fill the details.
AgileBits has additional information on setting up 1Password for Android.
Using 1Password with two-step verification
If you're using two-step verification, you'll need to enter the verification code after 1Password has entered your username and password for you.
1Password will generate and display one-time passwords in the item's details.
You will need to manually swap between 1Password and the Fastmail app to copy the one time password.