Sick of having to type your password every time you log in to the app? The Fastmail app on iOS and Android supports integration with 1Password.
- Log in with 1Password on iOS
- Log in with 1Password on Android
- Using two-step verification with 1Password
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.
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.
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.