1Password for Linux — The world’s most loved password manager is now on Linux


Hi hunters! Today we present 1Password for Linux—the longest-standing feature request in our company’s history! It’s available for virtually all Linux distributions: Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora, Arch Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, on the Snap and PopOS stores, and as a downloadable .tar.gz package.

1Password for Linux is deeply embedded into the operating system. That includes biometrics and dark theme support, plus an encrypted connection between the desktop application and 1Password in the browser… which means unlocking one unlocks the other (among other goodies).

We’re so excited to bring a first-class desktop experience to Linux, and we can’t wait to hear your thoughts.


– Ricardo D. Flores

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