1Password X 1.10: Large Type, Watchtower, and easy two-factor authentication

1Password X 1.10: Large Type, Watchtower, and easy two-factor authentication

Mitch Cohen by Mitch Cohen on

New goodies abound, plus a treat for Linux users.

1Password X is a 1Password experience that works entirely within your web browser, independent of a desktop app. It brings all the power of 1Password to [Chrome](https://chrome.google. com/webstore/detail/1password-x-%E2%80%93-password-ma/aeblfdkhhhdcdjpifhhbdiojplfjncoa) and Firefox, and it works great on Linux, Mac, Windows, and Chrome OS.

What’s new in version 1.10

It’s been an incredibly busy summer for the 1Password X team, starting with our Independence Update in July. September brings some of our biggest features yet — and we mean that literally.

Large Type

Large Type is a beloved feature in the 1Password apps, and it’s made its way to 1Password X in style. Now you can make any of your passwords big and bold, so they’re easy to copy and read. Beautiful, eh??

Large Type for a generated password


Watchtower helps you proactively identify breached passwords, so you can update them and stay secure. The Watchtower interface was completely redesigned for 1Password 7 for Mac, and we knew we had to include it in 1Password X as well. Watchtower integrates with the haveibeenpwned.com service to let you know if any of your passwords has been exposed in a data breach.

Large Type for a generated password

Easy two-factor authentication (2FA)

1Password X already filled authentication codes automatically, but now it can save them, too. You can scan QR codes directly from the 1Password X pop-up to add one-time passwords to your logins. It’s the easiest way to use 1Password as an authenticator for sites that use two-factor authentication.

Scanning a QR code from the pop-up

1Password X ❤️ Linux

1Password X is a wonderful experience on your Mac or Windows PC, but we’re especially proud of how well it works on Linux. To celebrate the release of version 1.10, we’ve launched a new 1Password on Linux showcase which covers all the ways to enjoy your favourite password manager on your favourite OS. 😉

We often hear from Linux users who are just finding out about 1Password X and our other offerings for Linux. If you use Linux on some computers but are on the fence about committing, then you’ll love our new promotion. Sign up for a 1Password membership with promo code SUDOSEC, you’ll get 91 days free to discover how 1Password X can fit into your workflow.

If your Linux box looks more like a Chromebook, don’t forget that 1Password X also plays well with Chrome OS.

Get 1Password X 1.10

Read the full changelog to see everything that’s new in 1Password X. If you already have 1Password X installed, you’ll get the latest update automatically. If you haven’t tried it yet and you have a 1Password account, there’s never been a better time to try it out:

Give it a go, and I think you’ll quickly see why 1Password X has become my favourite way to use 1Password on the web. 🙂

Director of Product, B2C

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