Password Manager iOS

Securely store usernames and passwords for apps and web pages with the Password Manager for iOS devices

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In iOS 12 and higher, Apple introduced the AutoFill feature, which allows password managers to prompt users to automatically and securely enter the login details in an app or webpage. We are glad to announce, that we have integrated it with the Password Manager for iOS devices, so now it becomes more convenient for users to enter usernames and passwords with added security and flexibility.
This option is available if you enabled the Organize&Search feature package

What is AutoFill?

The AutoFill feature makes it easy to fill in logins and passwords in apps that you are using daily. The updated AutoFill feature provides you with a quick and easy way to log in to your favorite apps that you use with the password manager.

Once you save information, like your app’s credentials, to the autofill service, you can fill out forms with a single tap. Autofill service eliminates time spent on typing repetitive information and also obviates the need to remember all your passwords. Therefore, the right information will be stored once and you will be sure, that it’s filled for you correctly.

Another great aspect of autofill is if you have new passwords, which you haven’t used yet when you do so the first time, you will be prompted to save the data to the autofill service

How to turn on AutoFill

Before you can use the password manager extension to fill and save your credentials in apps, you need to set up the as your autofill service:

1. Make sure, that you are using iOS 12 and higher

2. Download the app

3. Navigate to the Settings -> Passwords

4. Tap the "AutoFill Passwords" button

5. Turn on Autofill Passwords and select as your autofill service.

From now, you will be able to fill and save passwords for apps and web pages, without even opening the Password Manager

How to fill a login:

1. Make sure that you are logged in to the app

2. Tap a login field, then tap to select your credentials that auto-populate in the QuickType bar

3. If you need to select a different set of credentials, tap the in-field Password icon and select from the list displayed

How to use the Password Manager App:

1. Login to your app

2. Start from unlocking your Vault by entering your Master Password

3. If you have several workspaces, you can either unlock vaults from all workspaces, or select which vaults need to be unblocked

4. You will see the list of your vaults. Sort the shown vaults in a way that is more convenient for you

5. Use the Search field for quick access to required credentials

How to use the password manager on the iOS devices:

1. Open the app

2. Start from unlocking the Password Manager. To do so, navigate to the password manager

3. Enter your account password -> tap the "Unlock Password Manager" button

4. To add apps credentials: tap the 3 dots button ->Show app menu

5. Tap the "Choose password" button

6. Tap the "Add a login/password" button

7. Enter credentials that you are using for accessing the app -> tap the "Create" button

8. If you have multiple credentials, just select which login/password should be used for accessing this app

9. You can access, edit/delete your saved credentials from the Passwords menu. Group Passwords section contains your credentials for Google, Microsoft, and Apple apps. App Passwords section contains app credentials, which were created by you or shared with you. Other Passwords section contains passwords imported from other password managers and manually added passwords.

10. By tapping the Create button next to Passwords, you can add manual passwords, create group passwords, or import passwords from other password managers.

11. To edit credentials tap the 3 dots button next to the app -> Edit password

12. To delete credentials tap the 3 dots next to the app ->Select

13. After you've selected which credentials need to be deleted, tap the "Delete" button

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