Apple launching new rival to 1Password and LastPass


With Apple launching Passwords, users can soon forget 1Password.

Apple has announced releasing Passwords app during its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) that started on June 10th.

The new app should make it easier for users to log in to various websites and software. The new app will be available on iOS 18, iPadOS 18, and macOS 15, earlier reported Bloomberg.

The new system is powered by iCloud’s Keychain, a password management system that stores user’s passwords and other important information that can be securely shared through their devices.

This feature used to be found in Apple’s settings or appear when a user tried to log in to a particular website. Now, it’s a dedicated app that allows users to use secure passwords to protect their devices.

The new app enters into competition with other password managers such as 1Password and LastPass, from which Apple allows users to import their passwords.

Users of Apple Vision Pro headset and Windows computers will also be able to use Passwords.


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