1Password - Password Manager and Secure Wallet 4.5/5

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1Password - Password Manager and Secure Wallet

By AgileBits Inc.
Supported Devices : Mac OS

Release Notes

1/6/2017 | Version : 6.5.3 | Size : 40.8 MB
Happy Holidays, everyone! As the year draws to a close we wanted to push out one additional update that smooths over a couple more rough edges for you. Those of you syncing via iCloud and Dropbox who were setting up 1Password on your new Macs found our first-run experience more challenging than we would have liked. You'll be pleased to know we heard your feedback and have made some substantial improvements. Everyone here at AgileBits wishes you and yours a safe, happy, and secure holiday season, and a happy new year!

1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel in the holiday spirit or have a couple of minutes, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance!

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password.

- Thanks to your wonderful feedback we discovered a few places where our new first-run experience was falling short of the mark. In this update we've made some changes that greatly clarify 1Password's initial set up. Enjoy!
- 1Password no longer prompts you to migrate information to your 1Password.com Personal vault if you've already performed this migration elsewhere. {OPM-4636}

What's New In 1Password 6.5:

Fantastic Secrets and Where to Find Them

== TL;DR ==

- 1Password can now be unlocked with your fingerprint on the new Touch ID-capable MacBook Pro!
- Touch Bar support has landed! While using 1Password you will see enhanced controls in the Touch Bar on your new MacBook Pro.
- Setting up 1Password for the first time on your computer is a dream. We’ve rewritten the entire setup experience from scratch to make it easier to get you up and running.
- Improved integration for searching your vaults with amazing apps like Alfred and LaunchBar.

== Unlocking with your fingerprint is as easy as swish and flick ==

There’s no need to utter any incantations to magically unlock 1Password with your fingerprint. Just enable the Touch ID setting in 1Password’s Security Preferences and you’ll be good to go. No one will blame you if you quietly whisper “Alohamora” under your breath as you perform this charm, though.

== Practice your wandless magic ==

The new Touch Bar is almost as awesome as picking up the latest offering at Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes (but without the fear factor). Now you can practice your wandless magic by switching between vaults with our new Touch Bar feature. You’ll be able to access your vaults faster than you can say “Wingardium Leviosa!”

Other incantations you can conjure with the Touch Bar include:
- Adding a new item
- Choosing which category you want to create an item in
- Locking your vault easier than casting the “Colloportus” spell
- Activating search (to find the game-winning golden snitch, of course)

== All aboard on Platform 9 3/4! ==

Setting up 1Password for the first time on a new Mac is now just like that first swig of Butterbeer: warm, inviting, and deliciously sweet! We’ve completely rewritten our first-run experience to make it easier than ever to get up and running with 1Password. Whether you’re signing into your 1Password.com account, syncing with your vault on iCloud or Dropbox, or getting started for the very first time, it’s a snap.

== Accio your items from anywhere ==

Some of the best spells are done together so we’ve cooked up a love potion for those of you who make use of our third-party integration. We’ve been working closely with some of our developer friends to make sure you can search for items across all your vaults from within your productivity app of choice. Alfred has already released an update for this new integration and there are more to come!

10/28/2016 | Version : 6.3.5 | Size : 40.5 MB
We released a new version of 1Password earlier this week and we've been hearing from you that there are a few rough edges. This update should grind those pointy bits down and make those rough edges more round. Thank you to everyone who provided their feedback!

If you have any questions please feel free to hit us up on discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, or facebook.com/1Password!

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!

- Eliminated a problem with Report a Website {OPM-4416}
- Added additional checks to fix a crash that could occur when using the 1Password browser extension {OPM-4429}
- Fixed an issue where the 1Password browser extension authorization window failed to display due to a missing monospace font. {OPM-4430}
- The 1Password browser authentication popup now appears correctly when using Bartender. {OPM-4431}
- 1Password now properly advises user to re-enable iCloud sync when upgrading from version 4. {OPM-4432}
- Resolved a rare issue where the cancel button on the new 1Password browser extension authorization pop-up would fail to actually dispense with the pop-up. {OPM-4434}

8/19/2016 | Version : 6.3.2 | Size : 40.1 MB
Hello, hello security-conscious comrades! The excitement around our newly announced 1Password subscription service has been almost tangible here at AgileBits HQ and we're so glad to hear that you love it as much as we do. Today's update brings with it some improvements when using 1Password with your new 1Password Account as well as some additional fixes based on your feedback and bug reports. Thank you to everyone who reached out!

== New ==
Added the ability to copy 1Password Documents across accounts. {OPM-3974}

== Improved ==
Wi-Fi Server has been renamed to WLAN Server. {OPM-3851}
Improved the behavior of 1Password mini during Mac App Store updates. {OPM-4054}
Added support for 1Password account device reauthorization during initial setup. {OPM-4185}
Improved VoiceOver navigation when the sidebar shown. {OPM-4175}
Improved the handling of 1Password accounts whose domains have changed. {OPM-4002}
Improved app launch time in certain circumstances. {OPM-4061}

== Fixed ==
Fixed an issue causing redundant re-authentication requests for 1Password.com accounts. {OPM-4285}
Fixed the Large Type window so that it stays on screen after being anchored by dragging it. {OPM-4152}
Fixed an issue when checking the "Verify browser code signature" setting while locked. {OPM-4165, OPM-4178}
Fixed a bug where creating a custom icon in the Mac App Store version of 1Password may not upload. {OPM-4049}
Improved the delay when uploading custom icons for Teams and Families vaults. {OPM-4124}

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!

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at discussions.agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and facebook.com/1Password!


1Password remembers all your passwords and other sensitive information so you don’t have to. Keep your digital life secure, always available, and safe behind the one password that only you know.

1Password enables you to:

◆ Store usernames and passwords, credit card information, addresses, bank account numbers, passport details, software licenses, and more
◆ Generate strong, random passwords and log in to websites without ever having to remember or type them
◆ Save usernames and passwords automatically from your favorite web browser
◆ Use Security Audit to see how your passwords stack up
◆ Enable Watchtower to find out if any of your passwords are leaving you vulnerable
◆ Search all of your items to find what you need fast
◆ Mark items as favorites for easy access
◆ Sync your 1Password vault across mobile devices and computers


Everything in your 1Password vault is protected by a Master Password that only you know. 1Password keeps you safe by:

◆ Using AES 256-bit encryption to keep your information secure
◆ Locking automatically so your vault is protected, even if your computer is lost or stolen
◆ Creating unique passwords with our Strong Password Generator


The 1Password extension, paired with your favorite browser, will change the way you log in to websites. Say goodbye to typing in passwords, credit card numbers, and addresses. Say hello to simplicity.

◆ Log in to websites with just a few clicks
◆ Fill credit card information and addresses without typos or fumbling with your wallet
◆ Save your login information from your favorite web browser
◆ Use Go & Fill to automatically fill and submit your usernames and passwords
◆ Generate and use time-based, one-time passwords


With 1Password for Teams, you have full control over who has access to your most important information. It’s never been so easy to share the simple security of 1Password with with your family or team.

Now you can use your 1Password for Teams account directly in 1Password for Mac.

◆ Add your Teams accounts instantly by scanning your QR code right from 1Password for Mac
◆ Enjoy complete access to all of your Teams vaults
◆ Move and copy items between vaults
◆ Share important information across your team, secure in the knowledge that end-to-end encryption will keep it all protected

Learn more at teams.1password.com.


While we love helping you create and securely store strong passwords, 1Password offers so much more!

◆ Many categories: Bank Accounts, Driver Licenses, Passports, and more
◆ Multiple vaults: Have more control over sorting and sharing your data
◆ Folders and tags: Make organizing and finding your items even easier
◆ Personalization of your items with multiple URLs, custom fields, and more


1Password has been highlighted in such publications as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Verge, Ars Technica, Mashable, and The Guardian. We’ve also received many awesome honors:

◆ Inducted into iMore’s 2015 Hall of Fame
◆ Recommended in Apple's "Apps for Getting Things Done" Guide
◆ Named One of The World’s Greatest 100 Apps by Business Insider
◆ Received The Mac Observer's Editors’ Choice Award
◆ Inducted into Macworld’s App Hall of Fame
◆ Received an Ars Design Award

We’re proud of this recognition, and we’re even happier that millions of people love and use 1Password every day.


We love 1Password and strive to make it the best it can be. Connect with us with us at support@agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter/ADN, and Facebook.com/1Password!


Overall :
#8 : Top Grossing Mac Applications
#26 : Top Paid Mac Applications

Categories :
#1 : Top Grossing Mac Applications [Productivity]
#4 : Top Paid Mac Applications [Productivity]

Screenshots Mac OSX :

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Productivity , Utilities

Comments and Ratings for 1Password - Password Manager and Secure Wallet

Fantastic software by first class developer (6.5.3)
1/1/2017 10:20:00 AM 5/5 By sdjava
I'm still on the licensed software, and this meets all my need so far. It's a pleasure to use 1password on my mac / iPhone / Windows too.

Be Aware of what your’e buying from the App Store (6.5.3)
12/29/2016 5:17:00 PM 2/5 By Writing Sailor
I like the software and the security it offers, but I wish I’d bought it directly from 1Password. The App Store is selling a single license for $64.99, which includes family sharing; however this is different from the Family subscription services offered by 1Password. Nowher, was it clear that I’d bought a single license that is tied to my personal Apple ID. So, while I am able to load the program on multiple devices, my family members with different Apple ID’s are excluded from syncing. I strongly urge the Developer to offer the identical products in the Apple App Store as on their website. The developer does not offer phone assistance, and help via email, is very slow.

Indispensable and incredibly convenient (6.5.3)
12/28/2016 4:49:00 PM 5/5 By PeteLP
I use 1Password on my iPhone 7+, two iPads, my new MacBook Pro, and a windows 10 machine. Theye’re all always instantly synced with DropBox. TouchID support on my phone, tablets and MacBook Pro is truly a blessing. It works great in Firefox on my mac, with the 1pass extension that always brings up all relevant suggestions (from among my saved logins) for logging into a web page, especially when I have multiple accounts for a given web page. Also, I can continue to have Firefox remember passwords from within the Firefox password system, without any conflicts or problems with 1pass, so that firefox will autofill with no loss of convenience. If I change a password and log into a page within Firefox before having updated 1pass, then 1pass will ask me if I want to update my existing account or add a new account, or do nothing. And of course, when I need that new login info on any of my other devices they’re always ready because of instant 1pass syncing. I also appreciate that many IOS apps integrate with 1 password right from within the app, including safari with its 1pass extension. Really couldn’t be happier. A priceless app. I also recommend the pro upgrade, which provides unlimited custom fields with custom labels for fields and sections. Great addition.

Lacking some UI Features (6.5.3)
12/28/2016 11:06:00 AM 3/5 By DakotaMilkshakes
I’ve been a 1Password user for so many years. It’s great but there are some usability features I’d like to see added at this point. 1) There’s no way that I’m aware of to easily move an entry between categories. i.e. I accidentially created a Rewards entry under Membership. I can’t drag and drop and I don’t see a way to edit the entry. I have to recreate the whole entry. 2) There are so many times I’d love to use the Password Generator without having to go through the process of adding an entry. There is no way to invoke it otherwise.

A Must Have App (6.5.3)
12/26/2016 2:49:00 PM 5/5 By Following the market
This is the best password manager app that I have found. I’ve tried others but after trying 1Password this is the best for me. The app has great features and syncs very well with all my devices; which makes it easy for me to not have to go to each device and make the same update. I recommend 1Password.

Honestly, I couldn’t live without it! (6.5.3)
12/26/2016 2:00:00 PM 5/5 By Fynnegann
I think I purchased 1Password version 2 or 3 — it was quite a while ago. Honestly, I couldn’t live without it. I have it for my computer, my iPad, my iPhone, and my Apple Watch, and all work together seamlessly and flawlessly. 1) I have passwords on way too many sites, and 2) I am developing memory problems, add up to 3) 1Password keeps me in business. I wasn’t sure what else to say because I’ve never had a password manager EXCEPT 1Password. It’s always worked perectly for me so I never found the need to try anything else. I guess I got lucky! BUT, then I remembered, the developers are AMAZING. Whenever I have written them they have written back immediately, and have solved my problem quickly. They are also VERY personable. I feel like they treat me like a member of one big 1Password family, or group of friends. They are honest and straightforward about their mistakes, and they quickly release fixes in new versions. They LISTEN to customer feedback. If you are looking for a password manager, look NO FURTHER. You have found the very best. It is worth every dime, even of multiple platforms. I forgot to say I own BOTH the mac and the PC version! They all sync to the same Dropbox file, and I am never without the password I need!

Hate to be cliche but... (6.5.3)
12/24/2016 1:56:00 AM 5/5 By skittens
This app kind of changed my life. This year has seen a number of big name hacks, and in the past I would have been frustrated and panicked because while I didn’t use the SAME password everywhere, I used the same base password and different extensions so I could remember them. Having 1Password has meant that I can just generate a new unique password for that account and not worry about it or any of my other accounts. It’s been so great! Thanks 1Password. :)

Absolutely Essential App (6.5.3)
12/24/2016 1:35:00 AM 5/5 By Alasguinns
1Password’s ability to securely store all manner of sensitive information, and synchronize it across all your devices, make it the most essential application I have. I have been a very satisfied user virtually since it came out, and have recommended it highly to anyone who will sit still long enough.

Great app, less great service (6.5.3)
12/23/2016 10:49:00 PM 5/5 By FCwriterguy
I’ve used 1Password since version three; when I tried to download the recent update I was stymied by the manner in which I was to remove prior versions. It was not user friendly. . I ended up buying the newest version and still had issues until today after several hours of fiddling; now it’s working well.

Best in Class (6.5.3)
12/23/2016 7:39:00 AM 5/5 By Edtech guy
I seldom write reviews but 1Password deserves one. I have used several password generators/managers but all pale in comparison to 1Password. The program is easy to use, full featured, stable, constantly updated, well supported, and with a nice GUI. I keep all sorts of sensitive information in 1Password, I trust it. The developers have a good sense of humor and are always considerate with the messages they include with app. updates. 1Password is one of the first programs I install with a new Mac, iPad, iPhone, or Apple Watch. I highly recommend the application. You will not be disappointed, it is money well spent and far less than the financial consequences of having your accounts hacked!

Simply awesome (6.5.3)
12/23/2016 6:39:00 AM 5/5 By ctwise
1Password is quite simply awesome. Our entirely family uses it. My wife and I share a password vault and we share a vault with our children.

Best password manager for the Mac (6.5.3)
12/22/2016 3:26:00 PM 5/5 By The Tahi
There always seems to be a tradeoff between usability and security. 1Password makes choosing security easy. Unlike some managers that store your passwords on the web where they are subject to unknown risks, 1Password stores your password file locally and lets you decide when and if you want to put it on the web for synching across devices. Since I have a NAS, I use my own private storage to keep my devices in sync. 1Password places the choice in my hands rather than dictate where my file must be stored. The browser plug-ins make accessing 1Password easy. Overall, this is the best password manager out there for the mac.

The most Essential of App (6.5.3)
12/22/2016 1:13:00 PM 5/5 By Philip Lipton
Congratulations to all of you setting up your new Mac computers, iPhones and iPads. This is the first application I installed on my hardware. Security is so important. I use really strong passwords that are unique to each account. I guess you could say I drank the cool aid. 1Password has all the codes for my software licenses. It has an easy to set up sync with my other devices. It is indispensable to me. It works. It is intutive to use. I like the Family sharing account. This is a nice company. They have frequent updates. My experience with technical support was, fast friendly, and they never told me it was my fault or read the directions.

Time saver, Easy to use, Ongoing enhancements, integration with other products (6.5.2)
12/22/2016 5:20:00 AM 5/5 By frustrated with dbi
I have used 1Password for several years. I am impressed with how much time it saves me in establishing and using my unique passwords. It is an application that is used by my non-tech wife for which I get no questions or complaints. The ongoing enhancements have made the app even more useful. As I use a variety of applications I am appreciating how the use of 1Password is being integrated into applications on the Mac and IOS devices. 1Password supports continued improvement in our household internet security.

Indispensaible security vault (6.5.2)
12/12/2016 9:36:00 PM 5/5 By ArtOfTrail
I have been using 1Password for only a year but have 131 entries already. It isn’t just for web page logins and credit card info but for any data and files to be kept secure with quick access such as licenses and passports. 1Password is installed on my Macbook, iPad and iPhones. I selected 1Password as my data security vault in order to easily access my secure data anywhere needed without using cloud storage. 1Password does not require cloud storage to share vaults across devices. My primary vault is on a Macbook which is connected to our local SSID broadcast disabled router accessed using WPA2. When 1Password is opened on any of my connected devices they are synchronized with the Macbook vault automatically. Coincidentally, just before I purchased 1Password the cloud storage of the most popular security vault product of the day was hacked. 1Password securred data can be accessed anywhere when needed. The vaults can be exported and imported to devices that have 1Password installed and to devices that don’t have 1Passport. Vaults can be exported to encrypted external drives as xxx...1pif or xxx...csv files. .csv files can be read in a spreadsheet such as Apple Numbers and exported encrypted to .xlsx files - .csf file should be deleted. .xlsx data can be accessed using the encryption keys for the drive and the file, and a program that can read encrypted .xlsx files. Last but not least, it is very easy to use. I highly recommend 1Password.

Top notch (6.5.2)
12/4/2016 6:37:00 PM 5/5 By Diapapaya
This is a best in class password manager that is beautifully designed to work well in the Apple ecosystem while also supporting your Windows needs. It’s not the cheapest solution—you’ll need to license those platforms you use individually—but AgileBits is a trustworthy name that’s been in the business a long time. There is no required subscription. We use this on multiple Macs and iOS devices and synchronize solely through iCloud and Dropbox. Multiple password vaults are supported, so you can have your own secured set of passwords and a second shared vault for family accounts. Beyond basic password generation, storage, and entry, the identity and credit card features are equally useful to me. MacOS will now store credit card info, but doesn’t store the CVV code. Great for cards where I remember the CVV code, not very useful for those cards I use infrequently. And the identity information fills web forms correctly more often than the autofill provided by Safari. 1Password is just much better at figuring out what info goes into what fields across a wide variety of web forms. Major browsers are supported. The latest Mac features, like Touch ID, are supported. This is great software from an experienced, knowledgeable security software maker. This is one of my top recommendations for Mac and iOS software.

This is a scam (6.5.2)
12/4/2016 4:10:00 PM 1/5 By ManuR.
So while ago i paid 65$ for this app, and now they are charging me monthly to keep using it. To me THIS IS A SCAM, they didnt even notify me that i wont be able to use it anymore.

Impressive (6.5.2)
12/1/2016 7:53:00 PM 5/5 By Mindy Jindy
This app imported my information from KeepassX and I was off so fast. My wife loves using this application and it makes doing the bills so much easier. I still cannot believe how many people don’t use a password manager. I would say at least 80% of people don’t have one. Probably the best thing I’ve ever bought to this date is the 1Password app.

Still the best password manager around. (6.5.2)
11/29/2016 8:20:00 AM 5/5 By Ranger Rick
Fast, easy syncing, and works on all my devices (even Windows desktop). I am loving the heck out of the Touch ID integration though. Unlocking with my fingerprint makes the friction of having to enter passwords almost 0.

Long Time User Finally Pays His Dues (6.5.2)
11/29/2016 8:02:00 AM 5/5 By asjk
OK AgileBits, here’s my payback for all your hard work. Since the early days of password utilities (before there were smart phones) it was clear some organization was needed for the sheer number of websites one visited. Shortly after that it was clear that unique passwords were going to be a requirement as well. After lengthy trials on other products that were quite good it was obvious that 1Password was the best. Now that there are multiple devices requiring access to passwords; cross platform integration is also a priority. Oh, and of course, when multiple family members need access Amazon or Netflix then it’s imparitive that families share some passwords but not all passwords. With these major items to consider 1Password went from my preferred application to the family’s necessity. So when I logon to my Microsoft account and a one-time password is needed, this can be done inside 1Password, another app isn’t needed. When I want to be sure the landing page for payment is really where it says, I have the assurance of seeing 1Password agrees that the URL matches what I’m expecting. Some of these things other password savers do but Agile’s execution is so much better. Get it for your family and provide yourself with a little more peace of mind.

Great Password Manager (6.5.2)
11/27/2016 12:03:00 PM 5/5 By AncientGeek
I’ve been using 1Password Pro for may years. My wife and I have it installed on our Macs, iPads and iPhones. I think the “authorization” noted by a prior reviewer is a new requirement of MacOS and not a requirement of 1Password. I received the same popup required authorization on my antivirus extension for Safari. From a security perspective it makes sense for users to authorize browser extensions to avoid malware extensions that might get added without our knowledge. I have over 400 entries in my password vault and simply could not operate in today’s world without a good password vault like 1Password. I sync my vault through iCloud to all of my devices so I have my passwords up to date on all of my devices. My wife and I share password vaults. I know 1Password offers some really good functionality for this now, but I just occasionally sync one of her devices with my MacBook to keep our two iCloud based vaults in sync. I recommend 1Password to anyone who uses computers.

Love this Joint (6.5.2)
11/26/2016 12:52:00 PM 5/5 By bmeiont
I appreciate the ability store my passwords and notes securely and only have to remember one password. I love the browser flexibility of this products as I tend to back and forth between Chrome and Safari.

Do one thing well (6.5.2)
11/26/2016 7:55:00 AM 5/5 By sheepofblue
Does what it is supposed to do well and has great support.

This is it. (6.5.2)
11/25/2016 8:37:00 PM 5/5 By pqfnb2
If you’re serious about a password manager across all devices, this is it.

Best Ever (6.5.2)
11/25/2016 4:40:00 PM 5/5 By Maethe
One of the few aps that really lives up to its billing and hype. iPhone, iPad and Desktop aps are fantastic. I seriously couldn’t live online without this ap.

Hi (6.5.2)
11/24/2016 3:36:00 PM 5/5 By JhonnyTerminus
Shut up and take my money!!!

Great concept, but no faster many on bank and credit card sites unfortunately. (6.5.2)
11/24/2016 2:36:00 PM 3/5 By Crit Thinkah
Secure, unguessable passwords is great. But I understood this program would automatically fill in usernames and passwords. Not so. On many bank and credit card sites it gets hung up and is no faster than cut and pasting your password from, say, a secure excel sheet. This is true for sites where the userid is on a different page from the one on which you enter your password - i.e., lots of them, and they are among the most important. So if you are logging onto Amazon or Twitter or Facebook or Netflix or any of the other popular sites it works great. If you are trying to use this for business to sign onto bank accounts, credit cards and the like, it does not work the same way. Fair warning. - Looking back, I am the only one not to give five stars on this version. That worries me that I might be in error. I have tried repeatedly to get this program to work on bank sites, but it does not. If I am in error, I apologize and will fix this review asap.

The Best! (6.5.2)
11/24/2016 9:00:00 AM 5/5 By AdamWillis
I can’t say enough about this application. I trust it 100% and it keeps my passwords in order while helping me create secure unique passwords for all my accounts. It fills my credit card details, and stores other secure information for me such as passport numbers and ID information. The updates are also regular and they haven’t forced customers to pay for the newest version in quite a long time. Needless to say, the purchase has been worth it and the app is an essential use for my day to day life.

Something you can trust (6.5.2)
11/24/2016 7:47:00 AM 5/5 By movies24by7
Its secure and easy to use. It syncs with my devices, makes backups and remembers all my passwords, bank account, logins, secure notes, etc. What else can I ask. Also the team its constantly improving the app now with touch ID. I have been using one password for the past 4 years and I love it.

the best (6.5.2)
11/24/2016 6:31:00 AM 5/5 By Jessebo8247
This is one of the best and most useful apps I’ve purchased. I was a victim of identity theft a couple of years ago, and at that time I moved from a Windows to Mac and was looking for something that worked flawlessly between my Mac, Iphone, and Ipad. 1Password was the answer I was looking for. I like having everything secured behind a single password, and It would be really cool if 1password could incorporate a secure daily journal into that same password vault. Keep up the Good work.

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