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。
consigliattisima anche per iphone favolose entrambe
La mejor aplicacion de gestion de contraseñas del mercado, sin dudas.
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.
I used LastPass for several months, but 1Password is better in every way. LastPass is clunky and awkward compared to 1Password, which is easy to use and very stable. It’s an an easy way to maintain extremely strong passwords, credit cards, and identities and easily enter them into web sites and sync them across devices. It even does that two-factor code generation thing that I don’t understand but that works flawlessly and is easy to set up. It can also keep tabs on any duplicate or old passwords you still have hanging around. An excellent product all around.
Excellent tool for keeping track of passwords, but storing passwords is a cloud based account is just asking for trouble.
It is unacceptable that we are already in 2018 and we still have “daily” issues with iCloud Syncing within 1Password. Every day, sometimes twice a day, I am forced to authorize icloud syncing in 1password. Why is this still an issue? Why not fix it? Yes I am on latest version.
The app is easy to use and works well. Please continue streamlining the workflow for signing in to third-party apps directly using the mini-app(desktop) or fingerprint (mobile). The differentiation between paying for the app through the App Store and paying for the monthly subscription is a bit confusing at first, but the customer service at 1Password is outstanding! They cleared up everything for me quickly and were very friendly in doing so.
Really well-designed and professionally-maintained app. I use it on both my Mac and iPhone for over 150 unique logins, and the two devices sync very well together (if you change or enter information on one platform, it is instantly available on the other as well). My experience of the app is overwhelmingly positive, but there are differences in functionality for website applications vs on-device applications. I’ve also noticed some minor issues with the website auto-fill functionality of the app. Website application functionality: On a Mac, 1Password and 1Password mini allows you to conveniently click on a login listing you’ve stored for a website to be automatically transported to that website for logging in, and will fill in your login information automatically. (You still must click “Login”). This functionality works for the vast majority of the logins I’ve stored, but every now and then, it may not work as desired (see "Auto-fill Issues" below). If you navigate to a website yourself, 1Password mini does a good job recognizing where you are and having the login listing available to click on and log in. On an iPhone, clicking on a login listing in the 1Password app is less convenient. Clicking doesn’t automatically open a web browser to the login online and fill in login information like 1Password does on a mac. It opens the listing page in the 1Password app, where there is a clickable link that will open a web browser to the login online (if you added one) but won’t automatically fill in login information. Once on the website, 1Password is connected in a way that can fill in login information if you click the “key” button that appears on screen. On-Device application functionality: On a mac, if prompted for a password or login for an application (i.e. iTunes store, Steam), 1Password mini does not recognize the mac app and will not have the login listing available to click on. None of the iPhone apps I currently use automatically prompt 1Password to fill in login information when logging in to the app. (I believe some apps I had used in the past did work this way, and it worked really well). When logging in to iPhone apps, I have to manually open the 1Password app too, find the login information for the app, then return to the app I wanted to log into, and manually fill in this information. 1Password does have a copy-and-paste feature, so I’ve never needed to type passwords by hand. I don’t have to do this very often and 1Password makes it easy to find information quickly, so it isn’t really a problem for me (and most likely isn’t 1Password’s fault). Just FYI. 1Password also does not distinguish between on-device applications and website logins, if an application can be logged into on both your mac and online, and favors auto-fills website logins. If you have the mac app open to its login prompt (and this app has a website login as well) and you search for the app login in 1Password mini, clicking on the login listing in 1Password opens a web browser and transports you to the website for logging in, instead of filling in the open login prompt on your mac app. To get around this, what you need to do is the following: after you search for the app login in 1Password mini, you'll need to manually copy and paste the login information into the mac app. On an iPhone, going into the 1Password app and clicking on a login listing you’ve stored will not automatically open the app on your phone and fill in login information either. Website auto-fill issues: For example, with Microsoft 365 logins in the past, I found that sometimes 1Password / 1Password mini wouldn’t take me to the website to login (i.e. nothing would happen when you clicked on the login listing), and I’d need to open a web browser myself and manually go to the website (at which point I could use 1Password to fill in the login information). Microsoft recently changed how you access their 365 login, so this seems to be fixed now. This sort of situation seems to be rare. A more common (but still relatively rare) situation is for 1Password to correctly transport you to the website for logging in, but fail to automatically fill in login information. This seems to occur when a website doesn’t have a login prompt visible immediately on its login page, such as when a website requires a user to click on a tab on the page to open a dropdown login box. Once I’ve manually clicked on the tab to make the login box visible, I’ll need to click again on the listing in 1Password mini to fill in the login for me. I believe this has more to do with how the website is laid out and is probably outside of 1Password’s control. In Summary: The auto-fill issues I've noticed are rare and unimportant to me. I’m much more interested in 1Password as a convenient and secure way to manage my many passwords, and it does this well. As long as I have my phone, I have my passwords with me, and they are safe. This is the most important functionality for me. The differences in functionality between websites and on-device applications do bother me slightly. Would 1Password be better if filling in login information for on-device applications were as convenient as websites? Absolutely. Is it a deal killer? Probably not, but decide for yourself.
I’m basically only echoing what all the other reviewers have said, but this app is seriously THAT great.. I change my passwords every year or so and have a couple different ones, so I’m always forgetting my passwords — this app has completely changed that and saved me many times where I needed to click “forgot my password”. I also use it to store other important info like wi-fi passcodes, doctor information, etc. And I love that it can sync to your phone so you have your passwords on the go too. Very straightforward, clean, and intuitive UI, and I love all the different options of information to store. The updates are frequent and keep the app running smoothly. Definitely worth the purchase!
When I looked at the actual security measures that were put in place (written about at the AgileBits Blog and on their Support site) I realized that 1Password was indeed secure! Security is the name of the game, and I have all my credit cards, passwords, and 2-Step Authentication tokens happily in one secure location.
This app is an absolute gem. Having a place for all passwords and being able to suggest passwords at your designated length with as many alphanumeric / special characters as you want is so great. It really takes something that was a huge pain and simplified it, removing most excuses for “lazy” passwords. Seriously, if you are thinking about this app, get across all your devices, sync and never worry about your seldomly used passwords again. My only complaint is that there are some sites / apps that require you to only use certain special characters. Because of that it would be fantastic when you are generating a new password, if you had the option in the "Password Recipe” to select the which symbols are actually used. Perhaps have a question, “Are the symbols limited to a certain subset?” and if the user clicks yes, take them to a sub-screen that lists all of the symbols, but allows the user to pick only the ones that are allowed. With that one change I would find nothing to fault with this app. As stated, it is perfect in every other way, great job!
This is by far my favorite app. So easy to use, pleasant interface, supports the latest authentication methods, and keeps every bit of data I need. I store everything from passwords to security codes to anything else in here and it keeps it all safe. Can’t live without it. Only confusing part is the multiple account methods you can use. I paid for it years ago so I just use the paid Pro version and it works great.
This review is a love letter to 1password. I am in no way biased by any form of compensation from or relationship with AgileBits / 1Password EXCEPT as a long-time customer. I use 1Password on my Macbook Pro, iPhone and iPad. (And on previous Macs, iPhones and iPads.) I am slowly chivvying family members into using it. I use 1Password multiple times per hour, every hour that I use an iDevice, and that’s a ton of hours. This may be my #1 app based on usage and criticality. Probably not my #1 app based on total time of use, as I’m more interested in being productive with various other apps, so I just hop in and out of 1Password as needed. By app, I mean: the application on MacOS, the mini-client that integrates into Safari and other browsers, the app on iPhone and the app on iPad. I take heavy advantage of the fingerprint reader integration on iPad and the FaceID integration on iPhone X. I currently store 523 items across 4 vaults, including but not limited to logins, passwords, credit cards, ID cards, documents, notes, driver’s licenses, and so on. Many items have attachments that I may need to refer to, such as pictures of family driver's licenses. Unlike most of the apps I use, 1password never nags me to leave a review. I am writing this review today because apart from my own purchases this is the best way I can support the product, the staff and the company. Those are the facts. Now, for opinions. This is the best secure password / item management app that I have found to date. Bar none. Excellent integration and ease-of-use. Great care taken with encryption and key management. AgileBits continues to support and enhance even less-used features, such as the ability to do secure distribution / sync / management via local WiFi, so my data never hits the cloud. That’s a feature I particularly value, as it significantly reduces the attack surface for my critical data. That said, they also provide what looks to me like the class-definining, leading-edge feature of securely managed vault/cloud service. I use that service for family-related critical items, where I consciously trade-off the ability to share some items securely within the family versus the increased attack surface, given that it is completely unrealistic that I will be able to keep family members up-to-date via WiFi Sync parties (NOT happening in my family). In my opinion, AgileBits staff are fully responsive to support requests and set your expectations in advance for how long that will take. They don’t force you to run through somebody’s idea of a support script / ticket flow management process; whatever they are doing to handle those issues remains safely invisible to me, the customeer. They speak in reasonable, comprehensible sentences and look beyond what you’ve written to imagine what problems you might really be facing and what they can do for you now and perhaps in the future. Interactions with them are always reasonable and worthwhile. Do I find anything lacking in this product? (Note that there isn’t a product in existence that has no deficiencies.) Yes, I wish there was an explicit setting so that the product defaulted to opening to the Favorites page. In fact, I recently asked this question of their support staff, who quickly figured out that if I left the product open to the Favorites page when I quit, it would re-open to that page. This workaround is perfectly adequate for me. Perhaps in the future they will also implement the explicit setting. Obviously, though, this is a pretty minor nit. I actually sat here, fingers hovering over the keyboard, for two minutes trying to think what else I want out of this product. Honestly, it’s a situation where I don’t know what I don’t know! Example: before they introduced shared vaults via cloud, I didn’t know that I wanted such a feature and might have even denied wanting it on the basis that I don’t want any of my data hitting the cloud. But once they introduced the feature and I saw how carefully it was managed, I realized that I had some use for it amongst my family members. 90+% of my critical items remain local and never hit the cloud, but it’s useful to share that other 10%. So, chances are they are already working on something that I don’t yet realize that I will want! I do have a single concern, though: I bought my current incarnation of MacOS 1Password throug the Mac App store. But I also store my Apple ID in 1Password. I have created a potential chicken and the egg situation where if for some reason the Mac App store stops allowing 1Password to work, I may not be able to retrieve my Apple ID and unwind the problem. (Of course, this problem also exists with the iOS versions of 1Password, where you’re at the mercy of the iOS App Store.) When next I upgrade 1Password for MacOS, I will purchase it through the 1Password website (as I used to do before the Mac App store came into existence) so that I break the mutual dependency. In closing: love 1Password; love the support staff; love the company; unqualified recommendation!
Password managers are a must in this day in age to remain safe and productive on the internet. I’ve used 1Password for years, and it’s never disappointed. Best of breed.
This app is the best I’ve found for iOS devices. I was using Roboform and LastPass for many years, but found that they are very unfriendly on my iMac. The user interface was very frustrating to use, reguiring too many actions to fill in forms. 1Password is clearly made with iOS in mind (although it works very well on PC also). The interface is very intuitive and fields can be filled with a single click. It has a search feature, works on iPhone and syncs passwords between devices automatically. You can also import data from Roboform, and it supports Touch ID and has a password generator.
I’m not quite sure why this is still an issue but it’s very iritating and thus rates this excellent product with only 3 stars. I know in their heart of hearts they want to support thier old customers and I do appreciate that but I also know it’s within their abilities to fix their software so that when I get an update from the Mac App Store for a purchase that comes from a family member on the Apple Family Plan that they can figure out how to keep their product from going into read only mode because it thinks I need to purchase it. Sad as it seems it may take just severing ties with their long term customers and telling them to just bite the bullet and repurchase their app under the Apple ID it’s being used. They might loose some customers but it’d be better than forcing them to go thru the reinstall dance 1) Delete 1Password 2) Log out of the App Store 3) Attempt to log into the app store with the ID 1Password was purchased under 4) Undelete 1Password from #1 so you can copy the password for #3 to a text file or note 5) Consider writing down the password from #3 6) Delete 1Password 7) Log into the app store with the ID 1Password was purchased under 8) Reinstall 1Password and test 9) Logout of the app store 10) Log back into the app store for the normal Apple ID Seems like there should be a simpler method, you know, like fixing their code.
Nice app, but new features like the command line tool and family sharing aren’t being developed for people who purchased the standalone app instead of the subscription. Disappointing customer service.
I used to use LastPass, but recently have switched to 1Password. Two main reasons: 1. 1Password doesn’t store your passwords in a cloud (unless you tell it to do so). I feel better controlling where my passwords are stored. 2. a much better integration with Apple echo system: iOS, Macos, also supports Chrome extension, etc. Works great. I would recommend to everyone. The only thing I scare of is that now I have completely random passwords everywhere, that are impossible to remember. But I guess this is a down side of being secured.
Thank you for continuing to support standalone users! I can not imagine life without 1Password. I have over 1100 items in 1Password. My wife and I share our password vaults. My father, mother, and 3 sisters thank me for converting them to start using 1Password. You should start using it too.
I subscribed and decided not to use. I e-mailed to cancel and was told I had to go through Apple. I e-mail again when I couldn’t tell if I was unsubscribed. They could not tell me. I e-mail and I know that they have to have record of payment or subscribers. They say no. No help, still don’t know if I am unsubscribed or if the auto renew is on, in the dark. I am hoping that a little bad review will get their attention. Would not subscribe to anything without some exit plan.
I’m a fan of being under control of my passwords even if they’re in encrypted files. 1Password gives me the option of being convienent (synced with cloud storage) or ultra secure (never leaves my device). I also appreciate the browser plugins and quickmenu that lets me search, open, and edit my passwords quickly - and the password generator is a bonus. Folders and Tags are used and work the way YOU want them to. 1Password doesn’t force you into a method of working like other products. A more recent feature is to support OTP (one time passwords) like two factor auth used for many products like Google accounts and enrolling them using 2d bar codes is brilliant. One ding against this product - pushing a monthly subscription isn’t a place I want software to go but I’m glad they’ve maintained other purchase options. A few things I’d love to see is: Support for SecurID RSA two factor auth keys - see Stoken Password Generator profiles - being able to set profiles for the passwords being generated (see KeePass) For example: domain admin password shall be no less than 15 characters, 2 specials, and 3 numbers… Also, as a service to your clients and the internet at large, I would love to see you provide a one time password website where I can generate a secret password assosictaed with a URL and send the url to someone. See, onetimesecret.com.
It’s the #1 must have application, I could not work without it! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
1Password takes the pain out of password management. Easy to use, intuitive, and stable. I just remeber my master password and let this excellent program take care of the rest. I use complex passwords and never worry about remebering them. Don’t take my word for it, try it.
The security is first-rate. It’s encrypted (even from them), and stored locally, and the file format is documented. When buying from the Mac App Store, it’s sandboxed (a good reason to get it here!). It can create long random passwords for you. It’s not without downsides, though. One is the UI. It’s fun at first, but that comes at a cost. It falls into the common trap of being completely custom, so the basics often fail. Moving a window (by dragging it) is still broken, in some cases. The lock indicators are backwards from their normal use on the Mac. The animation is slow. Overall, it’s cute when it works, and frustrating when it doesn’t. Another issue is syncing. Because they’ve committed fully to “cloud” syncing, local syncing is extremely limited, and hasn’t been updated in many years. If you want to sync your passwords between two Macs without letting any data leave your LAN, for example, that’s technically possible, but not at all automatic, and a big pain to set up and maintain. Support is unimpressive. Every time I’ve asked a question or made a suggestion, the response is somewhere between “No, you can’t do that” and “You don’t want to do that”. Not helpful. Even bugs don’t get fixed. Since version 4 (2013), I can’t name a single improvement which I cared about, or used. For a long time, this was the obvious best choice for a password manager, but it has stagnated, and now there’s competition. It’s not bad, but unless you really want to buy into their cloud/subscription service, there’s better options.
It is accesible on all of my devices, the interface is clean, and the support team is quick and friendly! :) I would definitiely recommend this to anyone as I feel the price is worth it!
I used to use roboform but that app was limited that it didn’t allow you to create notes, manual entries, etc. With 1password you can. What first sold me was that it was the first app to worth with touch ID. Hands down after this feature this application blew up. It now supports Face ID and I love it. What I think it can improve is that it should automatically fill in your passwords for you instead of needing to go to the app to get the password.
I have been using it from the beginning as a standalone version and now shifted to Subscription version. I needed help for a mistake I made and these guys gave me a unique service as if I was their only client on the earth. It was incredible and I wish I receive such a service from all the rest of software suppliers. Program works perfectly and you synch all your desktop, laptop, Iphone and iPad and you just sit back to see any change will be synch in all of them. Keep up this great work Agilebits...
The title says it all. I couldn’t live my digital life without it.
When I click on a URL and it opens the Chrome browser (my default), it just opens 2 new windows and neither go to the URL. It should just open a new table for the already open Chrome browser and go to that URL.
Uograded to this version and it stripped away all the capabilities I had in my older version to manipulate my data or add new passwords. I can now only view in READ-ONLY MODE unless i PURCHASE!! This is a farse and I want my capabilities BACK! So give me the option to revert BACK!
I purchased this app for my MacBook Pro, iPad Pro, and iPhone. Shortly thereafter, the company changed to a subscription based service, which I quickly signed up for.... only to find it superfluous for my needs. After canceling my subscription, the problems began. I no longer can use the software I purchased. I'm told I need to buy a license - I have three of them. You will be screwed out of your purchase, as the company seeks and tests out new business models, without regard for current customers.
This is one of my favorite apps. It can be used cross-platform. I can make complicated passwords and not worry about forgetting them.
This app is definitely great in achieving its core mission — keeping your important passwords and account information secure in one place and easily accessible from seemingly endless platforms. However, something that I would like to see in a future update would be more timely updates to keep up with technological advances occurring in phones/tablets/computers. In particular, I am not sure why there has not been an update to the desk top app for MacBook that would allow for sign-in using the fingerprint ID scanner. Fingerprint login for 1Password has been possible on my iPhone for a couple years now (I believe), and it is mildly annoying that the desktop version of the same app has not been updated to do the same after this much time. Granted, the fingerprint ID has not been available on the MacBook until this past year — but it has been out long enough that I would have hoped to see an update to 1Password by now. Admittedly, my annoyance with this is fairly petty because as I first mentioned, the app does absolutely everything one could hope for in using it. But it would definitely be nice to see the desktop version of 1Password keep up with the mobile versions — especially since the desktop versions are a much more significant purchase than the mobile app.
This app is very easy to use. My only issue is the “How you aquired the app” when you go to install on another device. It was so long ago from the time I set it up on my iMac, iPhone, and iPad that when I set it up for my wife I had forgotten how I purchased the app so was a little confused on how to install on my wife’s devices. Once I shook off the cobwebs from my brain It was easy. Otherwise it’s terrific and I have suggested purcases to others and they have done so. I would suggest making the install a little more clear.
It’s no longer safe to keep using the same password everywhere. With 1Password, if one website gets hacked, they only get a randomly generated password that gets them nowhere else. This app is indispensable. I even put my fake answers to security questions in there. Corportations that must protect their security use it. Highly recommended. And they keep the app updated and frequent bugfixes. Browsers are a moving target so it’s important to keep it updated. Thank you 1Password!