Mac and IOS allows for multiple URLs for a stored password. Android does not. I saw a post from back in May saying this would be asked about and the subsequently closed.
Why is this important? Auto login via the Android Keyboard doesn't work unless you have the "url" of the app.
On my Mac, I can go to my-tmobile.com and hit "CMD + |" and my login is provided to the website. This works because the login URL of the site is in 1Password.
On Android, using the 1Password Keyboard in the My T-Mobile app, I have to search for the password. Why? Because the Android app has a url of: "com.mobile.pr.mytmobile"
I added this URL on my IOS device and sync'd it via Dropbox to my 1Password app on Android. However, the 2nd url that is in my vault, on my mac and iOS devices, is not showing up in Android, and because of that, the convenience of Auto Fill on Android via the 1Password keyboard is lost.
Sooooo, if there can be multiple URL support in a password file for Android, Auto Fill will become much more valuable as it will increase efficiency and productivity and reduce the number of taps and swipes when using 1Password's keyboard for auto fill.
Please consider this as a new feature for the next release.
1Password Version: 4.5.3b1
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: Android 5.1
Sync Type: Dropbox