Meet the new Logi ID

One account is all you need.

Logo of Logitech, Logitech G and Ultimate Ears

How it Works

A single Logi ID email and password gives you access to your Logitech, Logitech G and Ultimate Ears accounts, as well as apps, software, services, and communities.


What can I log into using Logi ID?

You can use your Logi ID to log into the following:

  • My Account on the Logitech, Logitech G and Ultimate Ears websites
  • Logitech’s Circle and Harmony apps
  • Logitech’s Option and Logitech G’s G HUB software
  • Online account

I got an error when attempting to create a Logi ID. What does it mean?

If you get an error when attempting to create a Logi ID, this may be because you already have one. Please note you only need to create a Logi ID once. If you forgot your password, click on “Forgot password?” to reset your password.

Can I share a Logi ID with someone else?

No. For your security, we recommend you do not share your Logi ID with anybody.

How can I keep my Logi ID secure?

To keep your Logi ID secure, do not share your Logi ID with anybody, use a strong password, change your password periodically and always log out of your Logi ID account when using a shared computer.

What type of password should I use?

A good password is one that is easy for you to remember, but hard for anyone else to guess. The use of uncommon words work well, but only if you use several together (example: ThisisthebestlookingGiraffe). You can also use non-standard uppercasing (example: benGALTIger) and non-standard spelling (example: Chihhhuahhhua).

What does it mean when Logi ID tells me that my new password I want to use is too simple or easy to guess?

Accounts get breached every day because of weak passwords. Some accounts don't contain valuable information, but a lot of them do. We work very hard to keep your Logi ID account information from being stolen. Your password is an important piece of that puzzle, and we want to ensure that it appropriately protects that information.

What does it mean when Logi ID tells me that my new password I want to use is compromised?

This means that the new password you are using to create an account or change your password with has been found on a list of previously compromised passwords, which may not be related to your username. To keep your account safe, avoid using compromised passwords. 

How does Logi ID know that a password is compromised?

As you enter a new password, Logi ID checks it against a list of compromised passwords. This list is updated regularly every time a new breach is reported. It is important that you avoid using any compromised passwords.