É de longe o melhor aplicativo do genero.
É de longe o melhor aplicativo do genero.
MACを使う限り、LAST PASSの方が数百倍便利。 mSecureの方がインターフェイスはセンスがある。
macOS El Capitan 10.11.6, Safari 10.0, 1Password 6.3.3 macOS Sieraのリリースと前後してEl Capitan用Safari 10.0が提供されました。このSafari 10.0にアップグレードすると、1PasswordのSafariプラグインがv4.5.9で止まり、新バーションv4.6.0にできなくなります。とても重宝するアプリですので、早めの対応を期待しています。
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La mejor aplicacion de gestion de contraseñas del mercado, sin dudas.
It won’t enter the passwords for me (I assume because I don’t want to pay for it). I’d rather use keychain. Now it won’t let me see them or even use keychain now that it’s not working. If that weren’t enough, now I can’t get it off my mac. I have to use my iphone or ipad to do my banking. I just want to get it off. Maybe it’s just not my style.
I loved this app I had it on my iphone and laptop, but then….. after a fw months mambe a year it told me my passwords were frozen or somthing on my laptop. and that I had to start paying them to use the app or just to unlock it once it ok but there are better ones that I use now
Summary: this Canadian company appears to have intransparent pricing structure - Real Costs are not obvious - confusing, multiple, non-interoperable versions of this app for each device - each requiring full price purchase. I suggest Dashlane -> incredibly easy to set up and sync, with end-to-end encryption, zero-knowledge, and is FAR LESS EXPENSIVE than 1Password. I first purchased 1Password app 4 years ago as a bundle offer with other apps. I couldn’t sync over all devices and after contacting support was told that THE partiular version of 1Password I bought does NOT support synicng over multiple devices (really, there are different versions of the app, some support syning and some not???) - I went back to the description of bundle offer and this was NOT mentioned in their offer! MISREPRESENTATION (or as kids are told - a LIE). Support told me that I need to buy 1Password over Apple Store because that version DOES support syncing, which I did, but then 1password worked only on Mac and iMac - I was told I needed to purchase a separate version of the app for iOS. Apparently, you must purchase separate 1Password apps for mobile phones/tablets and for Mac/Macbooks. Apparently, users have to pay FULL price for EACH upgrade, for ALL devices (Mac/iMac AND iphone/iPad), since different versions of 1Password app are not compatible with each other. Lastly, SYNCING is a LIVING NIGHTMARE!!!!!! -> Apparently I have 2 accounts I am not able to merge into one - so some of my passwords are in iPad and some are on the Mac, they both sync over iCloud - but it’s not clear WHAT they sync TO!. THERE IS NO WAY USER CAN FIND OUT THAT there are two accounts (except by different passwords and contents). THERE IS NO WAY USER CAN SEE in 1Password or in icloud that two accounts are being used. There appears to be no way to merge two accounts into one. Lastly, user interface is not intuitive - I never could figire out how to edit saved passwords, edit saved logins, etc. INSTALLATION IS A HELL - first time install requires users to specify location when passwords will be stored - subsequent installs on other devices require you to FIND that file location - I was never able to find that file location. I FOUND NOTHING(!!) ABOUT 1PASSWORD INSTALLATION AND SET UP INTUITIVE. SUPPORT? FRUSTRATING - and that’s an understatement. Here is why I opted to go with Dashlane for all private data and why it’s IMO BETTER and LESS EXPENSIVE ALTERNATIVE: There is ONLY ONE version of the app you need to buy and install on ANY AND ALL DEVICES, across all operating systems! You PAY ONCE for ANY and ALL installation across ALL devices. I need to create an account ONLY ONCE, and I immediately have access to the account from ALL of my devices. Upgrades are FREE - I paid 5 years ago and I still have the same app (latest version) on all my devices and it JUST WORKS. SYNCING simply WORKS - you just specify iCloud, turn sync on and that’s it. NEVER was I in doubt about how many accounts I have! Installation requires ZERO KNOWLEDGE - literally, you download the app, install, log in with same user credentials on all devices (It’s ridiculous this has to be pointed out, since one would assume it’s common sense). The app works ACROSS all my browsers, all my devices and all OS (Macbook, iMac, iPhone, iPad and Windows PC tablet). User interface is far more intuitive - it is simply easier to use. The application has top security: ZERO KNOWLEDGE, END-to-END encyrption. SUPPORT? NEVER NEEDED ONE since ALL ASPECTS OF THIS APP ARE INTUITIVE AND TRANSPARENT. Alternatively, I recommend investing in Synology wi-fi router (whcih works like a mini server), hooking up a cheap external harddrive, and installing free password sync software on the drive. This way, the passwords are literally stored in your own house, and you never have to pay any fees to anyone.
I’ve used 1Password for a long time. There were a couple of disappointments when they switched to being in the app store, but as far as functionality, they’ve got the lock on password protection. Being a security professional, I was most interested in checking their implementation of AES and making sure they didn’t leave anything lying around. So far, I’ve not been disappointed, and their software seemed to implement good security practices. So I end up relying on it for all my passwords and some other data as well. The only thing I really find lacking is a place to manage things like RSA public/private keys and being able to exchange those things with other 1password users to send truly secure messages (i.e. when you really need to send that password to your wife). Also, it would be nice if you guys could get together with the folks at RSA and find a way to add RSA tokens to the software, even if you have to go to RSA to generate the token values. Sometimes I just don’t have my tokens handy, but I usually have 1Password handy… At any rate, stay vigilant and keep your password storage tool strong. Many are counting on it. UPDATE: Still using this tool. Its fantastic. But there is one more feature — something to manage those pesky offline, but constantly updated passwords. Yes, I have cases where I have to update my password every so often and it would be helpful to flag those passwords with a “hey, you’re likely going to have to update this one” flag or something. These AREN’T systems I’m constantly logged into, and its even likely that the password update will have gone by and locked me out before I update (yeah, crappy system…) But, a small reminder about those passwords would be great.
I’m awfully curious as to why avast would block this app from opening with the reason being IT’S MINING BITCOIN!!! NOT OK. VERY ANGRY ABOUT THIS. APPLE, HOW BOUT GIVING MY MONEY BACK?!??!?! +++UPDATE 3/23/2018+++ I was somewhat pleased to receive a thorough explanation for the aforementioned issue, which was a false positive on Avast’s end, so I’ve added one star to my review. Why not 5 stars? Because I originally purchased this app for what was said to be a “deal” - 50% off the normal $50 price… well, much to my surprise, I received notification through the app that my “subscription” had expired. Not OK. I didn’t pay $25 for an app only to be ambushed by a subscription fee. What I understood when buying this was that it was a standard product - it was never expressed or implied that I would one day need to pay them a monthly/yearly fee. I’d still like my money back as I feel misled.
This app as so many others have praised is a must have to organize your pw and logins. I have tried many of the PW apps, however this app by far is the most comprensive password app out there. I ran the gambit with PW apps before settling down with 1Password. I was going to do the 1 month evaluation but soon realized this was the app I needed. Purchased it within days. Has a few issues with initial install but AgileBits Support Team was extremely helpful resolving the problems I was experiencing. One of my concerns was the inability to sync (new version) with iCloud. Trace from AgileBits Support was very accommodating addressing my questions on how 1Password syncs. Initally I was creating a disk image of .1pif file and encripting it with 128-bit AES and uploading to iCloud, completely unecessary. Web based access is often overlooked with password apps, 1Password with Secret Key (159 quindecillion years to hack) and my own Key (32 octillion years to hack) put me at rest syncing with my 1Password account. Putting all my sensitive data on a web based server made me a little apprehensive, Trace put that one to bed, she was concise and methodical addressing concerns. I was confident that this was as secure as I was going to get (at this point in time). This is a great app!! Hats off to AgileBits Support agents, and a shout out to Trace, you are the best!!! $36 a year is cheap for the features and security this app provides… GREAT APP AgileBits!!
This app is fantastic. They have thought of everything. It takes a little getting used to, but it is so worth the effort. The browser extensions make it dead simple to log in to sites, and because they match on the site domain name, they help prevent phishing attacks. If 1Password does not autfill my credentials, I know something is up. What a great app. By the way, I’m writing this review because they gently asked for reviews in their release notes. They respect their users too much to nag them in the app. These people get it. You need this app even if you don’t know it yet.
I’ve been using 1Password for a long time. The biggest reason I use it and recommend it to the folks who depend on me for computer help (hi, Dad) is that, unlike the keychain (and its sad child, Safari Autofill), 1Password keeps you in control. You can add notes to the entries, you can go searching for them in a sane way, etc. Apple simply decides what’s best for you, and if they get it wrong, that’s your problem. In 1Password, you get to decide what’s best for you. I use the Apple stuff most of the time; but it’s always backed by 1Password, so that when Apple makes the wrong decision for me, I can fix it with 1Password.
1password is an easy to use password vault. I have only have one complaint, and one side issue that prevents me from giving this 5 stars. 1. There is no linux version of 1password. I am a developer and I routinely swap between using Mac OS, Windows, and Linux, so having my passwords on hand is very important. The Linux community is constantly expanding, and it is vital to get a working version of 1password on those systems. 2. This is not the fault of 1password, but rather the recently discovered security issues with Intel and AMD processors now as spectre/meltdown. I would not recommend using the chrome browser extension for one password as it may be possible for malicious actors to exploit these bugs to gain access to your information. It’s unfortunate, but there is very little that can be done about this until new hardware is available.
Using Chrome on an iMac, this totally screwed up all of my permissions and cookie handling. I had to do a complete system restore and spend hours trying to fix it after removing the program
1Password works so well for managing my passwords across my Macs, iPads, and iPhones. I love it! It’s easy to use in and out of the web browser, too. And I’m a big fan of the iCloud syncing option. It works extremely well and lets me take advantage of the large amount of iCloud storage space I already pay for. This app is easily worth the money they charge for it. I’ll buy it again if they charge for a new version someday.
This is the most useful app in my software collection. It stores more than just passwords, and if you get the iOS app, it can sync across all of your devices. I like its simple, customizable interface, allowing me to add fields to individual entries easily. They have since added team and family features that, while I don’t need, expand its functionality. Finally, your app and database are local, and you choose how it’s synced, so no risk of a web hack cracking your account. One of their greatest features, though, used to be not requiring a subscription to use. Unfortunately, they have now joined the other password storage services in now pushing a subscription model. They may still offer a one time standalone purchase option, but they don’t make it easy to find, is nearly double the price it used to be and may hve limitations. I understand needing recurring revenue to pay for SaaS services, but if I do my own cloud storage via Dropbox or iCloud, I don’t want to have to pay for theirs. I’m an old computer user, and I do not like the trend towards software subscriptions and season passes. Still, given its ability to store such varied information and have it on all my devices without having to go through a web interface, I think 1Password is the best product of its kind.
I was very skeptical when I started using 1Password 2-3 years ago because I didn’t want to entrust sensitive information to a 3rd party app. But in contrast to most other services it allows me to store the data locally on my disk (and I can synchronize it the way I want to). It is super easy to use, integrates with Chrome and Safari flawlessly and it works well across devices (using iOS + Mac). Kudos to the team!
I have been using 1Password for a while now and it’s like they read their customer’s mind regarding new features and functionality. It’s rock solid, it syncs seamlessly with all devices and now with iOS8 extensions it’s become the perfect tool for me. I absolutely love it. Many thanks for the whole dev team of 1Password. You have made a big improvement in my personal data security and my workflow. Thanks.
Mission critical app for any lifestyle. A necessary safeguard in our day and age!
Updating the review, just because it’s been a while. No change in my 5-star rating. Can’t live without this app on Mac, Windows, iOS platforms. So well done, unobtrusive, works very well. Have transitioned from standalone to family license to 1Password.com family subscription and using all the features on about 15 devices, I’ve actually lost count. Just works, and works, and works. ——— Original review ——— Lifesaver, plain and simple. Have had it since 2011, and it’s now on all my devices. Simply cannot live without it.
I’ve been using 1 Password for quite a few YEARS now, and it has NEVER failed me, and been there when I needed it. One the few short times I have needed help (usually my own un-doing) their support has been more than able to answer my concerns promptly and correctly. I’d give it a 5 star!!! They deserve the praise. And moreover, they are constanlty updating it. What more could you want? I use both on MacOS and on iOS. (The fingerprint option in iOShas saved a lot of time for me.) They have delivered big-time, and I simply don’t know what I would have done without 1P. Hope this helps somone on the borderline of purchasing. WELL WORTH the money.
1Password works across all devices and allows for sharing. My wife and I use it for all our passwords and it has become indispensable. It has a simple interface with templates for different type of password needs (online access, credit card, bank account, software serial number, etc). I have not used the browser integration. My only complaint is that you have to switched to Shared Items before you can create a new item that is shared. Otherwise, it creates a new personal item and you can't change it while editing that item. I would HIGHLY recommend this application for password management. I have not tried other password apps and I'm not likely to unless the AgileBits team starts doing strange things.
Rarely does an app have the ability to make a major impact on ones life, but this one does. It is like having a professional organizer for all of my digital passwords, logins, credit card information, and secure notes. I know longer have to go through the “forgot password” steps each time I go to sign into a site that I don’t use on a daily basis. And the most important thing is that they are all safely stored away! I thought when I signed up that I had maybe 30 sign ins. In fact, I have 169 login items, multiple credit cards, and it even stores my identity for ease of filling out forms. There is even a place to store your router information, store discount codes, and software license keys. All in one place and easy to find and manage! The folks are very helpful with their customer support and quite responsive for any needed updates to the program. Although pricey, this app is worth every penny!
I can’t think of a more integral app than 1Password. I have been using it since 2009 on my Mac, iPhone, and iPad and don’t know what I would do without it. If you use the same password even twice, you’re putting yourself at risk. You must make your passwords as hard as possible, as random as possible, and only once. 1Password makes it not only possible to do this, but makes it easy too. All my passwords sync to my phone, I’m always just a Face ID and copy away on my iPhone and a Touch ID and fill away on my Mac. With my company we can even share vaults and important information. One of the best features of 1Password is their One Time Password support. Any time you need Two Factor and you can use an app versus your phone number (seriously, phone numbers are not secure), you can have that code generated in 1Password. Not only that, but if you fill in a password on a web page or copy it from iOS, the One Time Password will be put on your clipboard automatically so you can fill it in in the next step. It’s truly a great app, an amazin Apple platform citizen, and something I can’t live without. The other password managers are ugly, have had security breaches, and don’t have the customer support you get with 1Password. Huge fan, please keep up the good work and I will continue to support.
This is the best password manager app.
Honestly I was apprehensive about using a password manager because, despite what I heard about how they make my passwords much more secure, I thought that they would impede my daily flow by forcing my to constantly use the app to look up my saved passwords. The benefits didn’t seem worth it. After all, I have never had my data compromised. 1Password proved me wrong. Along with exceptional customer service that helped me set up my account when I ran into issues, I find using the app a breeze. On desktop, I am able to easily use the Chrome plugin and keyboard shortcut to fill in passwords EVEN FASTER than if I were typing them out myself each time. On mobile, which is where I thought the real issue would be, I am only slowed slightly by having to open the app, but am able to quickly access my passwords using the fingerprint scanner. The recent addition of Recently Used passwords in combination with my favorites has also significantly cut down on time. Also, being able to store my credit card and identity information and quickly fill in forms was a delightful bonus. Overall, 1Password has made it effortless to be more responsible and secure with my information and logins. 1Password has proven that there really is no excuse not to invest in a good password manager.
1Passowrd is amazing. I’m not sure how I would live without it, seriously. It is so worth it!
Use this to keep track of all my logins and more. If it wasn’t for this app I’d just be reusing the same passwords everywhere. Now when something gets hacked it’s not as big a deal since all my logins use a unique password. Also useful just for keeping track of credit cards and stuff so it’s easy to look them up when I don’t have my wallet with me or something. Great app and highly recommend it.
First, I have been a big fan of this program since it first became available. In addition to doing it’s job it was intuitive, and more or less transparent to the user. The documentation was adequate, and it has worked for me year after year. I added a few PC’s for work, and decided it was time to get the latest version of 1Password installed and running across all platforms. My first 24 hours have been a miserable experience. The software seems to have a few bugs, and the documentation, while looking very organized on the web site, is confusing and certainly misleading. The help I received from the support system was basically to read the documentation and look at the videos. I did, of course do that over and over again with poor results before I contacted support. I spent about 4 hours guessing at what the system wanted me to do, and searching through every menu to guess at how this may work. I managed to get the data from my Mac migrated to what I presume is a 1Password cloud. Now the Mac, and the PC both see the same data. Confusingly they have different passwords for access, and the doc does not help me with that. Perhaps another few days of guessing how the system works, and I will have it more functional. I was going to put this on my wife’s laptop, iPhone, and iPad, but I am convinced I would be buying myself a divorce if I did that. I read though many posts on the forum, and there is as much confusion there. I have, for many years, enthusiatically recommended this software to everyone. After the last 24 hours, not so much.
Never even could open the app. Bought 1Password subscription with Apple iTunes @ $35.99 Went to log in- the app now wants $64.99 before it will even open. It can’t find the account, even though I have a receipt from Apple, and did all the prompts from 1Password e-mails. Google 1Password before you buy - accidental account freezes and many problems occur in the app, with no contact #. It’s an unpeasant way to waste an hour though if you’re into that sort of thing.
I used Dashlane to manage my passwords for a number of years, but the app’s updated extension made it unreliable and slowed Safari considerably, so I switched to 1Password. It’s excellent so far: easy to input data, user-friendly, works consistently, clear and elegant graphic design, and the iOS version makes logging into websites a snap (a big improvement over Dashlane’s iOS app). The annual fee for syncing passwords between devices is double what Dashlane charges, which is the only drawback I can report; still, even the higher fee of $40/year is worth the money for the security and convenience I get in return.
I’ve been using the upgraded premium version of this app for over a year without an issue. It has been working out great. My computer recently crashed and I had to restore the purchase. I encountered a glitch when I tried restoring the app. I had to email the developer for a resolution. I emailed on a Sunday morning and had an email response to my problem early the same afternoon. Problem solved with great customer service and support. This app comes highly recommended.
I just wanted to express my gratitude for this tool. It has clearly become my best tool for staying organized and protect my logins and other random bits with security and accountability. Wonderful work 1Password team! I hope 1Password becomes the defacto tool every app developer wants to integrate, It’s a delight whenever I see the keyhole icon in an app ready to go!
I just purchased a new Mac and attempted to move my old app license over. I was forced to buy a new pay per month license. While I like the features of the app, the licensing support is poor and documentation is misleading and not accurate.
I never write reviews but this app is AMAZING! In these times it would be impossible not survive without 1Password, especially with my bad memory..thx
My son got me using 1password years ago. Simply the best as far as I am concerned.
The most useful piece of software I have ever purchased for my Wife.
I’ve been using this app for almost ten years now and it does exactly what it says it does. Keeps all your passwords and other private information securely locked behind a single password. I’d have a hard time functioning online without this app as I use it daily. It’s speedy, reliable, and smart. Only problem I’ve had with it has been with the browser plugins which sometimes seem to stop working all of the sudden and need to be reinstalled. I attribute this largely to the browsers themselves rather than 1Password. It’s a minor annoyance but something I hope they’ll continue to work on. Otherwise, I see no reason why someone wouldn’t want to own this. It’s an essential tool for everyone to have.
Literally a lifesaver, best ever! When I collapsed with a stroke my millenial kids were able to keep my world running with just my phone and the 1password password which I told them while laying in intensive care with only about 1/2 a brain left. Keeping 1password up to date with all the essentials really paid off then and now too during my ongoing recovery.
How did I manage without this app? I’ll tell you how, in a very clumsy, insecure, and inefficient way, reseting passwords all the time, keeping some passwords in a text doc, some in my head, and some forgotten forever. I really like that I have access to all my passwords, credit cards, and secure notes on my mobile and laptop, accessible but secure. Great interface, great product. I really appreciate that I have never been asked to review this app by the app itself. I just happened to be reading the latest release notes (yes I like this app so much I read the release notes :) and saw this bit “1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel generous or have a couple of minutes, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance. :)” Now that is a considerate and classy way to ask for a review. Well, I am feeling generous, and grateful. Well done and thank you to the folks at 1Password!
Trouble signing in and there’s a 1-2 day lag in email responses which basically ask the same thing despite my answers-for months. Besides not being able to sign in, still doesn’t work on bank sites on iOS.
I’ve been using 1Password on Mac for 10 years. I use it everyday on Mac, iOS, and Windows. It’s amazing how far the developers have taken this app over the past 10 years. It just keeps getting better and better.
Great app. I could not do my day to day tasks without it. Worth every penny. However, one gripe I have if I may. As I’m using more of the categorisation that 1P allows such as turning a web login record into a bank account I’m seeing the need for the option to convert these different record types from one to another. Currently I’m manually migrating a few records manually to accomplish this. However some sort of automated migration would be a huge time saver. Thank you for an amazing product. All the best!
1Password is a must-have for people active online. It’s super easy to keep track of all of your data, super easy to add more, and the corresponding addons for your browser make it seamless to integrate your security in straight-forward, user-friendly manner. 64-digit symbol- and number-inclusive passwords are now my go-to.
AgileBits doesn’t hammer us with review requests, and generally I don’t feel obligated to promote or advertise any item I pay for, but I’ve had such good service from this app, and prompt responses from its tech support, that a good blurb is necessary. I’ve used 1Password for years and it’s gotten better and better, more intuitive and downright elegant with each update. I could not do without it. I’m glad for Apple’s Keychain, which is also much improved over former versions, but it’s 1Password and the ease of using it between different computer and mobile OS’s that has saved my day on the road or in meetings. (One minor annoyance, and likely something that defies standardization - When a site asks for an answer to a secret question, or needs another type of response, 1Password always asks if I want to update my password. In the past I unthinkingly hit Yes and that of course was a mistake. In cases like that Keychain comes in handy, but I’ve run into incidences where a password didn’t find its way into Apple’s app for whatever reason.) 1Password is highly recommended and absolutely indispensable.
This app is the password manager to have. Been a Mac user for 30 years. I have tried many different password managers over the years and always come back to 1Password. It is that rare app that almost always performs as expected. They are constantly improving it too. Everybody should be using a password manager. This is the one to have!
It does its job wonderfully. Love the quirky update notes and that only there did I see a subtle request for a review, props for respecting the work flow! My favorite feature is the cloud storage: traded in an old phone for a new one, all my passwords transferred instantly.
I believe 1Password is an essential tool for managing the many passwords we use to access the software and systems that manage our financial, professional, and personal lives. It works across desktop, tablet, and phone devices. Most importantly, it has really smart features that enable the use of a unique and secure password for each account, rather than the common way some of us use a single password across many different logins because it is easy for us to remember. Pricing is reasonable, and the Family plan is a terrific option. I think 1Password is a best-in-class app.
Windows, macOS, or iOS, one of the first things I do is install 1Password. Pretty smart if not perfect, with a good interface, great support, and good responsiveness. This is exactly what a password manager should be.
My son told me that I needed a password protector app so I have been using 1Password for years and I have passed on my appreciation for and usage of this seecure app accessible on all my devices, to everyone, including help/support persons and almost all have thanked me for it. I thank them for their help and then tell them that I appreciate their helping me then tell them if they don’t have this app, to at least do themselves a favor and look into 1Password because no one wants to be hacked. I also tell them that if they buy they purchase the app, to do themselves a favor by adding the 1Password first of all to all your financial websites because they are the most important. Then add 1Password to the next category that is most important such as most used services (things you feel you can’t live without) and etc. This may help someone to tackle this big job in an easier way than I did at the beginning. But just do this for yourselves. You won’t regret it!
There is certainly some pain in setting up and getting used to creating passwords through 1 Password. But, once you do it changes everything for the better. I never forget a password, nor do I struggle to create a new one, and I have the piece of mind that I’m always using unique passwords. This tool has become an invaluble resource for me for passwords, notes, credit cards and even added my families passports for travel. A few nit picky interface problems I have, but not enough to deduct a star. Love it!
I’m not going to read a novel every couple weeks. Please just use some bullet points. I also don’t want weather reports from where they are.
Several friends and my partner swear by this app. I could not get it to incorporate into the way I work, like at all. Nothing was intuitive. Costs $4 per month. I thought it would seamlessly incorporate into my browsers and phone. NOPE. I was constantly fiddling with it, trying to get it to remember passwords, when it should do it AUTOMATICALLY like all my browsers already do! Maybe it works for some people who know all the right settings but after a couple months of trying to make it work it was still a much bigger inconvenience than anything else. I will rely on my memory, thanks.