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Sign in on iOS using a Password Manager's App Extension

The ability to sign in to Tutanota using a Password Manager would be great and much faster when switching users or simply logging out/in for more security.

Dashlane's app extension:

1Password's app extension

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  • xabe commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Not really useful now with the Password Autofill feature in iOS 12.

  • Jarad commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I use F-Secure Key, so I do a copy and paste. What I'd really like to see is integration with iOS Touch ID. I'm aware of the ways around Touch ID, but for those that are worried about that, they wouldn't have to turn on that option. Personally, I'm not worried that someone will fake my fingerprint with a Gummibär, so please consider integration with TouchID. Even ProtonMail offers this.

  • xabe commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    LastPass can also auto-fill and log in to apps on iOS but I couldn't find more info on their App Extension:

    I guess the best would be to support the three main password managers out there and not only one as Anonymous suggests. Otherwise that would be very frustrating for people who do not use that single one password manager :-)

    Dashlane, 1Password, LastPass are to my knowledge the only password managers on iOS to offer an App Extension to auto-fill apps.

    RoboForm on iOS doesn't support App Extension yet. Dev for the iOS app is slower and they only added a Safari Extension last month.

    StickyPassword doesn't even offer a Safari Extension yet.

    If someone reading this uses a different password manager which supports App Extension on iOS, please post it :)

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    1Password from AgileBits is the premier password manager. This functionality would complement the use of the Tutanota app on iOS and provide the user with the ability to use very long complex passwords which would help greatly in managing the user password attack vector.

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