1Password, the password management app, has released a new update that supports authentication using Passkey. This feature is available on both browsers and iOS 17 and will soon be available on Android, following the release of Android 14.
Passkey is a new login system that replaces traditional passwords with a public/private key. Each password management app will assist in syncing keys across devices or sharing keys between users. For more details, please refer to the Passkey article, the future of passwordless logins.
To use Passkey for login, it is necessary for the website or service to support it. Several popular websites have already started to support Passkey, including PayPal, Google Account, Google Workspace, GitHub, and TikTok. A comprehensive list of supported websites can be found.
TLDR: 1Password has updated its app to support Passkey, a passwordless login system using public/private keys. It is now available on browsers and iOS 17, with Android support coming soon. Popular websites like PayPal, Google, and GitHub already support Passkey.