1Password is the easiest way to store and use strong passwords, protecting your personal data and keeping you safe online.
1Password for Linux brings the uncompromising security and award-winning design of 1Password to the Linux desktop. Deep integration with the operating system creates a seamless experience, with password-less login, automatic dark mode support, and an encrypted connection between 1Password for Linux and 1Password in your browser.
Secure by design
1Password is the most convenient way to generate, store, and share strong, unique passwords—and anything else you want to keep safe. Sensitive documents, credit cards, and secure notes are encrypted, and only you hold the keys to decrypt it.
We can’t see your data, so we can’t use it, share it, or sell it.
Get automatic security alerts with Watchtower
Watchtower alerts you to security problems with the websites you use so you can keep all your accounts safe. It’s built right into 1Password.
Better together: 1Password in your browser
1Password is also available for all major web browsers, analyzing the pages you visit to surface the right information at the right time. The encrypted connection between 1Password for Linux and 1Password in the browser means when you unlock one, you unlock the other.
Deep integration with your desktop environment
Questions? Explore our [support page](https://support.1password.com/explore/linux).
Free for 14 days
Try 1Password free for 14 days, then find the plan that’s right for you or your business, starting at just $2.99 per month. All 1Password plans include unlimited password and item storage, 1GB of secure document storage, 365-day item history, and friendly 24/7 email support. Learn more at 1password.com.
DevOps ❤️ 1Password
Using 1Password for development work? With 1Password Secrets Automation, you can secure, orchestrate, and manage company secrets right from 1Password. Secrets Automation delivers infrastructure secrets when and where they’re needed so security and productivity go hand-in-hand. Learn more at 1Password.com/secrets.
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Choose your Linux distribution to get detailed installation instructions. If yours is not shown, get more details on the installing snapd documentation.
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