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1Password - Password Manager and Secure Wallet

By AgileBits Inc.
Supported Devices : Mac OS

Release Notes

4/28/2017 | Version : 6.7 | Size : 43.9 MB
1Password 6.7 for Mac: The Renovation Edition

There comes a point in the lifespan of any app where it’s time to take a step back, admire all that’s been over the years, and take stock of the things that should be addressed before moving forward again. To take this metaphor in a different direction: before you can put that new addition on the house you need to shore up the foundation, reroute the wiring, and finally finish painting that room you’ve been putting off for too long now.

Today’s release of 1Password contains many of those types fixes and improvements; many that don’t even appear on this list because they were marked as [INTERNAL] during the development cycle. Nonetheless we have a healthy collection of improvements and fixes for you to peruse, as well as one very neat new feature you can see by holding down the Option key while clicking on the 1Password mini icon in the menu bar.

If you're looking to chat with us directly be sure to drop us a line at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

## New

• You can now access the settings menu directly while option-clicking the 1Password mini icon in the menu bar. {OPM-4837}


## Improved

• Updated the wording in the account migrator window to reflect that we're copying items and not moving them outright. {OPM-4968}
• Improved the unlock time from the main app for those of you with a lot of vaults. {OPM-4966}
• Improved the unlock time for those of you with multiple accounts. {OPM-4965}
• Updated our translations with the latest from our incredible translators on Crowdin.com
• Removed the 5MB Document upload size limit for 1Password.com accounts. The new limit is now based on how much space you have left on your account. {OPI-3897, OPM-4510}
• Updated our browser code signature checks to support the latest Google Chrome updates.


## Fixed

• Repaired an issue where 1Password mini would go into Read-only mode until the main 1Password app was launched. {OPM-4984}
• Mended the problem that copying values from text fields while editing wouldn't actually copy aforementioned values. {OPM-4975}
• Resolved a matter where disabling standalone vaults wouldn't refresh the Preferences window. {OPM-4947}
• Corrected a bug that could cause the Auto Save window to remember typed values. {OPM-4986}
• Fixed an issue that could cause the labels for the section separators in the item list to be misaligned.
• 1Password now ensures that items you create are supported by the vault to which they're being added to. {OPM-4958}
• Clicking the unlock button no longer errantly enables the Touch ID button when the lid is closed. {OPM-4978}
• Dismissing the Touch ID prompt with the lid closed no longer enables the Touch ID button. {OPM-4979}
• 1Password now re-establishes focus on the Master Password field if you cancel Touch ID. {OPM-4760}
• If you switch categories while looking at search results it will now clear out the search results. {OPM-2636}
• Fixed issues with the wrong icon showing after setting a custom icon on an item. {OPM-4389} {OPM-4381}
• 1Password.com Account Login items were incorrectly changing the type of the Secret Key field in the web form details. No longer! {OPM-4954}
• Fixed an issue that caused folks to receive a "device added" email while signing up for a new 1Password.com account. {OPM-4950}
• Resolved a layout issue that would cause the show/hide button text in the sidebar to become truncated. {OPM-824}
• Resolved a crash that sometimes occurred when editing an item on a MacBook Pro with Touch ID. {OPM-4869}
• Fixed a rare crash that could occur while enabling standalone vaults. {OPM-4969}

1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel generous, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference. Thank you in advance!

3/31/2017 | Version : 6.6.4 | Size : 43.8 MB
Good day, folks! We've got just a couple small changes for today's update including some great updates from our German translators. Ein Hoch auf unser deutsches Übersetzungsteam!

If you're looking to contact us directly be sure to drop us a line at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

## Improved
• Updated our translations with the latest from our incredible translators on Crowdin.

## Fixed
• Repaired a regression that caused the user to receive a device added email during sign-up. {OPM-4950}


1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you're feeling generous and have a couple of minutes, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance!

3/20/2017 | Version : 6.6.3 | Size : 43.8 MB
Good day, fellow 1Password-ites! Today's update brings with it some wonderful little quality-of-life improvements and fixes. As always, stay safe and stay secure. Cheers!

If you're looking to contact us directly be sure to drop us a line at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at facebook.com/1Password. If you have questions or need support just pop on over to support.1password.com and we'll point you in the right direction.

## Improved
• Updated our translations with the latest from our incredible translators on Crowdin.
• The 1Password.com Account Key is now called your Secret Key.
• When setting up a new account, the main window no longer briefly shows a Read-only button. {OPM-4811}

## Fixed
• Fixed the search field and sort menus so they are always enabled. {OPM-4153}
• Repaired the ability to copy an item's title in edit mode. {OPM-4759}
• Addressed an issue where the Export All menu item was disabled if you had no items selected. {OPM-4243}
• Fixed a case where the Export menu items were disabled when there was only one vault. {OPM-4896}
• Resolves an issue in 1Password mini that would require two clicks to trigger the pop-up menu on certain fields. {OPM-4609}
• Third party app data is now regenerated upon unlock to ensure that 3rd party tools have the latest data. {OPM-4827}
• Fixed an issue where, in some cases, the frozen account warning would appear spontaneously. {OPM-4845}
• Fixed an issue where the header for the Folder section would allow you to drop an item on it. {OPM-4816}
• Resolved a crash when editing items on 10.12.1 due to an issue with the Touch Bar application programming interfaces.

Description

1Password: the password manager that's as beautiful and simple as it is secure. Simply add your passwords, and let 1Password do the rest. *Try 1Password free for 30 days, then keep going with a 1Password.com subscription.*

Featured on NBC’s Today Show: **Coolest must-have phone apps of 2017**!

PUT PASSWORDS IN THEIR PLACE

1Password remembers all your passwords for you, and keeps them safe and secure behind the one password that only you know.

◆ Create strong, unique passwords for all your online accounts
◆ Fill usernames, passwords, credit card numbers, and addresses into websites right from your browser
◆ Sync your information to all your mobile devices and computers
◆ Share passwords securely with your family or company
◆ Unlock with a single tap using Touch ID

GET ORGANIZED

1Password is for more than just passwords: it’s the ideal place for financial information, personal documentation, or anything you need to keep secure and accessible.

◆ Store information in more than a dozen categories: logins, credit cards, addresses, notes, bank accounts, driver licenses, passports, and more
◆ Organize your information with tags and favorites
◆ Quickly look up passwords in your menu bar using 1Password mini
◆ Use advanced search to find and filter your information
◆ Create multiple vaults to keep different areas of your life separate
◆ Upload secure documents and view them from anywhere
◆ Add custom fields to your items to store security questions, extra URLs, and any other information you can think of

STAY SAFE

1Password uses end-to-end encryption, so your data is only ever decrypted offline. The encryption keys never leave your device, and you are the only one who can see your passwords.

◆ Get Watchtower alerts when a site you use has been compromised
◆ Use Security Audit to improve weak and duplicate passwords
◆ Benefit from advanced phishing protection when you use 1Password on the web

SHARE WITH TEAMS AND FAMILIES

1Password for Mac has full support for team and family accounts. It’s never been so easy to share the simple security of 1Password with those you work and live with.

◆ Add all your accounts — family, team, individual — and see all your information in one place
◆ Easily move information between accounts
◆ Share passwords, documents, and more with teammates and family members

TRY FREE

Get a 30-day free trial when you install 1Password, and subscribe at any time using the in-app purchase.

Your subscription lets you use 1Password everywhere. Your data syncs securely and automatically between your devices, and can also be accessed on the web. Learn more at https://1password.com.

LOVED AND USED BY MILLIONS

1Password has been highlighted in The New York Times, GQ, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Verge, Ars Technica, Mashable, and The Guardian.

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

WE LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU

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

* 1Password can be used in read-only mode without an active 1Password membership. Full access can be enabled with an in-app purchase.
* 1Password.com is a monthly service that costs $3.99 for individuals or $6.99 for a family of 5 (prices vary by region). Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase and auto-renews at the same price unless disabled in iTunes Account Settings at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your subscription can be managed in your iTunes Account Settings. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period.
* Privacy policy: https://1password.com/legal/privacy/
* Terms of Use: https://1password.com/legal/terms-of-service/

Rankings

Overall :
#32 : Top Grossing Mac Applications
#56 : Top Free Mac Applications

Categories :
#9 : Top Free Mac Applications [Productivity]
#9 : Top Grossing Mac Applications [Productivity]

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Category

Productivity , Utilities


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

Awesome Love 1Password (6.6)
3/4/2017 3:56:00 PM 5/5 By DudemanLA
I have been using this for years. Love this app. Works great with iOS app too Thanks 😎

I was ripped off (6.6)
3/4/2017 12:29:00 PM 1/5 By WilliamK99
I paid for the standalone version and a week later, it is now subscription based. Sure they say we are fine for now, but within a year standalone customers will be screwed. Total waste of money, contacting Apple today to get a refund….

How stupid Agilebits is! (6.6)
3/4/2017 6:40:00 AM 1/5 By Timbo9991
I paid $30 for the app, and now you think we have to stay with you so you can blackmail us. You just detroyed a good thing! Your app will now be at the bottom of the list. I only had 18 passwords saved, so it was easy to go back to my old way. Then I was smiling knowing I was not going to have to pay for this app for the rest of my life! Stupid Agilebits!

This is heart-breaking! (6.6)
3/4/2017 1:20:00 AM 1/5 By jeeves
This is the best Password app there is. I was an early adopter and love it. However, going subscription-based is foolish. Adobe is hemorrhaging customers to other products because of subscriptions. Essentially you are held hostage and have to pay FOR YOUR WHOLE LIFE or lose functionality. It is a terrible marketing idea and just plain greedy. $4 per month is $48 per year and in ten years that is $480 for a password manager! Give me a break. Please David Teare, don’t listen to the lunatics that proposed this idea. Either that or branch off a separate sister product that is subscription-based and prove it to yourself that people would rather own a license in perpetuity. I own more than 4500 apps and will never lock into a subscrption. I faithfully bought every version of Photoshop from version 2.0 over 25 years ago. Since Adobe has gone subscription I won’t use their products, not even Acrobat! Never, ever, EVER again. I am not alone in this. It is painful at first but is allows you to see how great other products are that take their place. It is just heart-breaking to have to find a new product to fill the void left by 1Password’s self-destruction. To the people who say that it is okay because we are grandfathered. Well, not if they go out of business because they can’t be profitable on 75 to 90 percent fewer new customers! There must have been a cost analysis to try to compensate for the inevitable losses and that is why the app has almost tripled in price! Oh, boy is this bad news.

More Options! (6.6)
3/3/2017 8:02:00 PM 5/5 By dudeitsjim
This is a GREAT APP! People are freaking out over the subscritions, BUT THEY ARE NOT DROPPING THE LICENSES PEOPLE!!! The subscription model is just a new way of doing things… more options. If you currentlly have a license for it, you’re not being foreced to move to the subscription version. Chill out people, and enjoy this app. I highly recomond it. I’ve used it for years and it’s my favorite app.

Time to look elsewhere, I guess. (6.6)
3/3/2017 7:17:00 PM 2/5 By cdkii
It’s really unfortunate to see you guys further peddling your subscription service and making it very difficult to find the standalone license option by not giving it as a default option during on-boarding. It shows where your priorities are, despite the astroturfing of your PR team on the various tech forums. I will never pay a subscription fee for software, as I dont want to be held hostage with fees to access my data. Yes, you kept support around for those who had already bought it, and I have, but I honestly feel like time is ticking before you remove and replace this app with one that can only be accessed with a 1Password.com account. It may require a lot of work for me to switch to a new one, but after having used your password manager since v.2.8, I feel like it’s time to start finding an alternative.

Brilliant product; poor rollout on shift to subscription service (6.6)
3/3/2017 5:56:00 PM 5/5 By mawsonii
You could have done a better job of justifying your move to subscription service. Suggests a ‘take-it-or-leave-it’ corporate mentality. Look around. You have competitors who can and will pick up defecting 1PW users. It has been reported that something like 85% of corporations that have appeared on the Fortune 500 list since it was introduced in the 80s no longer exist. It is fair and reasonable to say that failing to cultivate a trusting and loyal customer base accounts for many corporate deaths. The desire to drive sports cars and live in palatial homes on the part of entrepreneurs and their investors can also account for many corporate deaths. I hope you folks are smart enough to create reasons for customers to want to remain loyal. In future, make a strong effort to get customer buy-in on your plans. Give us a reason to want to support your plans and your business. Customers are also stakeholders. You must have known that the subscription model would have been deeply unpopular. Suggestion: give long time users deep discounts on the subscription service starting off and until you convince us you are worth what you’re asking. Otherwise, I like the product and will continue to use it until you give me one more reason to say good-bye. Good luck.

Recent Upgrade Options (6.6)
3/3/2017 4:27:00 PM 1/5 By Baron Driver
I don’t blame Agilebits for changing their business model. However, the manner in which they did so is maddening. I have my Mac set to automatically upgrade apps so I had no idea that 1Password was being upgraded and with a requirement that I pay in order to get out of “Read Only Mode”. This is not the way a company should treat it’s customers. I have had to spend time today trying to figure out what happened for the app to lose its functionality. I would have prefered the option to keep things as they are or take advantage of a new business model. I want to make that decision, not Agilebits. I would have looked into the cost prior to making a decision. The methodology that Agilebits used was to force a paymet or lose critical functionality. This is NOT A GOOD WAY TO DO BUSINESS. By the way, I received absolutely no communication from Agilebits prior to the upgrade or after.

Greedy (6.6)
3/3/2017 12:18:00 PM 1/5 By Zheng-Yu YANG
1Password is NOT caring about users, but only about MONEY. If they really care, why not sell new features as one-time-purachse in-app purchase? Because they DON’T HAVE NEW FEATURES and they JUST WANT MONEY from us. PERIOD.

Was great once….. (6.6)
3/3/2017 9:18:00 AM 1/5 By Connacht
This has become a terrible, terrible product!!! On top of the fact that they consistently “upgrade” it and require you to re-purchase the product, They make it so incredibly difficult to login to your account to recover necessary information in order to repair the product when its broken! I now no longer have access to all of my saved passwords and will have to start fresh with a new service.

One Star Reviews - Missed the Point (6.6)
3/3/2017 8:48:00 AM 5/5 By 45subsonic
All these complaints about 1Password changing their business model have misunderstood what Agilebits has done. The subscription service is optional not required. In fact nobody needs to even choose one or the other. If you choose, you can have both a stand-alone vault and a cloud vault. You can do this on all your devices or just one. You can have one device that uses a local vault and another that uses the service. It’s entirely up to you. I think it’s great.

Don’t Buy!!! Forced into Subscriptions is Hugely Disappointing! (6.6)
3/3/2017 5:34:00 AM 1/5 By FlyboyArt
I too have been using 1Password since 2006 and have paid for every upgrade along the way. I can’t count how many friends and family I’ve recommend this product to over the years. I was concerned about them going to a subscription model and wrote to the company a few months ago. I was told their will always be a way to purchase a single copy and no one would be forced into the subscription model. Now I see that was a lie. IF you already have a stand-alone product your’e OK… for now. Any new customer is forced into the subscription (contrary to what I was told just a few months back!) Here’s the email I got from them in respons to my direct question: "We will continue to sell licenses, and maintain and develop our standalone apps—you will not be forced to sign up for a subscription. These licenses enable you to get the benefits of 1Password, but it is important to know that some new features depend on our hosted service and are therefore only available to subscribers.” Fine, the cloud features are something I don’t want. I’m perfectly happy with not having the extra features of the subscription service. I would happily pay for future upgrades to the stand-alone version as I have for the past 11 years but it appears they are reneging on their commitment to existing customers. There is no way I’ll go to a subscription model for any of my software. When Adobe went this way I found other choices that work just fine (Acorn, Affinity, etc.) These companies have to realize we all have options to move to a competitors package when they push us too hard. This move by AgileBits can only been seen (by long time customers) as ‘shooting themselves in the foot’. It’s an incredible shame they feel they have to go this way, whoever pushed this within the company should do some serious rethinking…

So bummed (6.6)
3/2/2017 11:11:00 PM 1/5 By TdeasyJARS
Really thought 1password was one of the good guys. Even the way they talk and describe things here on the app store seems so normal and trustworthy. Yet once again, a popular app that everyone loves is fixing something that isn’t broken and praying we drink the kool-aid and just believe it’s “for the best” when in reality its just a money grab. I bought the app before the subscription took effect, however if history is any indicator I have zero confidence that my version will remain as great and supported as the new version. I will not be subscribing. I will be transfering to a different app. 1 star for having all my passwords in one location so transfer will be easy - for now.

A once great program (6.6)
3/2/2017 8:16:00 PM 1/5 By kagy
Add me to the chorus of people complaining about 1Password changing over to a subscription service! I was one of their earliest adopters and most ardent cheerleaders. I’ve told dozens of people about their product and the necessity of it. I have it across three platforms, and own a family licesnse as well. I still love the stand-alone, licensed app and program, but I’m actively looking for a replacement now. Agilebits has gone to the dark side, opting to trap you into a monthly and never-ending contract. Shame on them.

Andrew (6.6)
3/2/2017 2:42:00 PM 2/5 By Sparkles4506
Sad, no mention of the cost before you download.

Install from Website NOT App Store (6.6)
3/2/2017 12:44:00 PM 3/5 By EDeFino
Think there is some confusion because, if you’ve been using 1Password for a while (like I have), you can still have it sync and avoid the subscription service by simply installing it from their website, instead of App Store. I’m giving it three stars because it’s very confusing and not clearly explained anywhere on their website.

The absolute best password manager (6.6)
3/2/2017 11:59:00 AM 5/5 By LeVeLi
Nuff said.

Simply the best (6.6)
3/1/2017 9:15:00 PM 5/5 By Locke814
I have used 1Password for years, love the product. The team works hard, and it has shown over the years in more awesome with each update. Whatever is going on with the pricing structure, I am sure it will result in a better product. Keep up the good work!

Another good app ruined! (6.6)
3/1/2017 3:12:00 PM 1/5 By letgrab
To the people saying don't listen to 1-star reviews: I hope you can say the same thing when the next version is released and your only option is a monthly subscription and signing up at their servers! (also when they check your subscription status every time you open the app) the only reason they are not forcing it yet is because legally they can't! To AgileBits: If you truly believe what you said (that people prefer using 1Password.com subscription and it's the best way today) then leave us be and let a Standalone local version to be purchasable at all next versions! (Not just because we've already paid and you're legally forced to) I'd rather my password manager to have "0" Internet Usage!

Great app, not individual customer friendly pricing. (6.6)
3/1/2017 2:49:00 PM 3/5 By Tallman610
I understand the need to either stay in busines or to increase one’s profits or make a software business more desirable to future buyers. But… I have used 1Password for 9 years and recommended it to many of my clients. Getting passwords into the app can be a bit confusing for the people who need it the most (I work with a lot of people in their 70s and 80s). As it got more and more expensive, I had to qualify the clients I would recommend it to, but I depend on it myself. The next time I am required to buy it (v7 maybe?) if it is a subscription only, I will be gone. The standalone price is certainly there to make the subscription seem more palatable, but unless you have more than, say, 100 passwords and software license numbers to keep track of, it may not be worth it. Bottom line is that I hate subscriptions with a passion but still like 1Password.

betrayed (6.6)
3/1/2017 12:27:00 PM 2/5 By marinegator
was promised good for ever. have been customer for years and now this. can not even open to access my info. holding it hostage I guess

Subsciption based now? (6.6)
3/1/2017 11:49:00 AM 1/5 By WaddupAlexx
Sure, standalone purchases wont be affected, but you’ll probably pull something to negelct those customers features that are exclusive to subscirbers. Shame.

Subscriptions Poison Everything (6.6)
3/1/2017 10:55:00 AM 1/5 By Orange Tang
As a longtime 1Password user, I remember back when they used to brag that for security they didn't store your data anywhere other than on your devices. Apparantely though, a steady income stream for AgileBits has now become more important than that security, so it's onto the 'software as service' (aka. subscriptions) bandwagon. Thanks goodness Apple's keychain is finally getting to the point where it's an able replacement. At least if you don't need cross-platform functionality.

More spin than a wicked politician (6.6)
3/1/2017 8:45:00 AM 1/5 By Mr. Luigi
AgileBits, please be up-front with your customers. The subscription model is a way to generate a constant, reliable cash flow. I understand that and why developers would be attracted to such a business model. Don’t spin your “new and improved” payment model as a awesome, huge favor for customers. This long time 1Password customer is already up to his neck in monthy fees. No more! I can’t stand being "nickled and dimed" every month by every developer. I have always supported 1Password by paying for all major updates. Sure, it’s a lot of money at once. But I find it MUCH easier to manage MY finances this way. Some commenters have said that all these 1 star reviewers don’t understand that 1Password is not forcing standalone customers to subscribe. Of course we understand that! We also understand that once 1Password stops supporting the current version of the standealone app we will most probably be forced to participate in the subscription model if we want to remain in the 1Password ecosystem If 1Password plans to continue giving customers the option of a monthly subscription plan OR a one-time payment for major new updates, then I strongly encourage the developers to state that loud and clear. I will gladly pay another $65’ish dollars for the next major update. But, if my only option is a monthy subscription payment, then this customer will be throwing his love for 1Password in a river of molten lava. It’s as simple as that. This is a great password management app. But, fact is, there are other options. Thank you.

Best Password Manager (6.6)
3/1/2017 6:51:00 AM 5/5 By Lb121346
My new subscription account is awesome and amazing! I love that I can sign into any device and have all of my data everywhere. The 1Password team continues to innovate and offer more features. I highly recommend this app.

Excellent and easy to use. Couldn’t do without it. (6.6)
2/28/2017 10:55:00 PM 5/5 By ScottytheMenace
Easy to use and very stable. An easy way to maintain extremely strong passwords and store 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.

What is happening? This is still the best. (6.6)
2/28/2017 10:33:00 PM 5/5 By toromei
I’ve been using 1Password for years. I bought it on the Mac App Store when it launched. I’m still using it today, and it’s not asking me to pay. I can also still see the “Standalone” in-app purchase option on the right in this App Store listing. So I don’t understand what all of the fuss is about. Anyway, indispensible app, and it seems to me that you get what you pay for. No one can afford to develop, test, and support an app indefnitely without revenue. It’s just economics, and my pile of abandoned, broken apps speaks to that. I imagine the develpers needed to get jobs.

Not Cool (6.6)
2/28/2017 10:30:00 PM 1/5 By Markinthe808
I have been a customer and 1 Password user for a long time. Last July, I purchased a new MacBook and purchased a new 1 password download from the Apple Store at a cost of $64.99. No where does it state that the next year they (1 Password) would be selling a subscription, thus freezing my account. Such a sad way to steal some cash from current customers. Of course, no recourse from Apple. Class Action time!!

Yet another subscription model (6.6)
2/28/2017 6:42:00 PM 1/5 By Thimee
Shame, shame shame on the developers of this app for forcing us into a cloud/subscription model. I’d be happy to buy an upgrade version every now and then (I understand that the developers need a continious revenue stream), however I DONT wan’t my private data stored on some subscription based cloud system. What a pity, One Password used to be my favourite application.

1Password is no longer a great product!! (6.6)
2/28/2017 6:40:00 PM 1/5 By Dweller51
I cannot overemphasize my disappointment in AgileBits moving 1Password into a subscription service. I was one of your earliest adopters. I have for years regularly urged others to purchase 1Password for their Macs, iPhones, and iPads. No more. I will not recommend a subscription service. I already pay for iCloud or Dropbox space for keeping my passwords secure and available. For the user, a subscription 1Password service is just another monthly payment for a service they don’t need. There are plenty of other password managers to fill the void left by 1Password going to monthly subscriptions. I was talking to my son and daughter-in-law, who have just moved their computers and phones into the Apple system, about the necessity of a good password manager. I recommended 1Password and was about to buy it for them, when I came to my computer, sat down, and saw the announcement of the change to subscription. No matter your reasons, from a user’s point of view, AgileBits wants to lasso you into a monthly commitment, keeping you on the hook if you to receive the benefit of the program. You have ruined a great product. Such a shame.


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