I'm currently testing 1Password 7 on Android as a replacement for my previous password manager, and even though I find it to be the most beautiful solution out there, I do have a few questions.
Autofill is enabled in the Android Settings; the Accessibility features is disabled. I'm using Bitwarden as a comparison product.
1) In Chrome (v.76), the autofill feature is completely absent, no login field on any website triggers the autofill option. I'm guessing this is an issue with Chrome itself, since no other password manager app (including Bitwarden) is working, either. Still, do you know of a way to fix this, except using the Accessibility feature?
2) In DuckDuckGo browser (v.5.32.1), the autofill is triggered, but it won't enter the username when selecting a login. I tried a couple of websites, Twitter as the most prominent example; even a new login I created minutes before, using 1Passwords autofill integration, does not work. In Bitwarden, autofill is able to fill both username and password field.
3) My phone is set to German, so 1Password shows me German texts as well. But for some reason, the field names are lower-cased, where the first character should be capitalized. Which is especially weird since when I am editing an entry and adding a custom field, the appearing selectbox shows me a list of first-letter-capitalized field names that are immediately lower-cased when selected and added to the entry.
4) I found some translation errors in the german translation of the autofill overlay triggered via the Accessibility feature, and I suggested a fix in Crowdin (https://crowdin.com/translate/1password-4-for-android/23031/en-de#5506348). I read somewhere here in the forum that the project was not to be edited by public after I submitted the change request, so I hope this is ok with you.
Sorry for the huge wall of text, but I am still looking forward to your reply!
1Password Version: 7.2
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: Android 9, Oxygen OS 9.0.8
Sync Type: Not Provided