1Password

Version: Version 4.3 || Release Date: 2014-04-22 || License: Shareware (49.99) Developer: AgileBits | App Owner: dteare

Too many passwords to remember? 1Password can create strong, unique passwords for you, remember them, and restore them, all directly in your web browser.

1Password is a password manager that goes beyond simple password storage by integrating directly with your web browser to automatically log you into websites, enter credit card information, fill registration forms, and easily generate strong passwords.

Your passwords, identities, and credit cards, are just some of the confidential information that 1Password stores in one secure place, protected by the only password you will need to remember.

1Password has received numerous awards, including 4.5 mice from Macworld magazine, MacLife Editors pick, and was the Pick of Week on MacBreak Weekly by both Leo Laporte and Merlin Mann.

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272 Opinions

This is a very reliable app. A bit costly, especially to upgrade, but since the support is so quick and good, it's well worth it!

What should already be part of the OS

I'm inclined to agree with @babakeric on the notion of bloatedness.

The visual candy that has made it into 1Password – for instance, the sliding lock screen animation when you've entered your password – are pretty unnecessary.

On the other hand, I should also say that I couldn't use a computer without this app. It's become completely essential as I'm using it just about every day, mostly for things like eg. online forums and web apps.

Besides, the iPhone companion app makes it even more useful.

I'm probably the only person who dislikes this app.

IMHO, 1Password just over-bloated with eye-candy to the point that it just totally ruins the app. I understand that the developers want to make it look nice, but they've ruined any concision this app could've had: secure notes, identities... things I have no use for at all, with no option to hide them. Not to mention, the icon looks like a tacky modification of the Safari icon, that's annoyingly placed first when my apps are sorted alphabetically. In fact, the annoyance started right when I first installed 1Password, when it took over my computer by "integrating" itself into my browsers without even asking me. This can be disabled, thankfully.

I want to like 1Password, I really do. I hear the support is great, I got the iPhone app for free, and the developers come from right in my hometown of Toronto. 1Password just isn't cutting it for me. I've moved on to Wallet, because it offers something that 1Password doesn't—elegance.

I have hundreds of passwords and logins to keep track of and it would be much, much harder without 1Password. It does have a bit of a learning curve but they're very good about support and documentation. They're also very good about keeping up to date with all the browsers including beta releases of Camino, Firefox, Safari and Chrome. The iPhone app is also very nice to have. Highly recommended.

I have Version 2.9.19 (build 7501) upgraded from the prior upgrade. I find every time I upgrade, without exception, that I totally loose the link-ability of my sites. I can retain the password information, which I have referred to in the past six months manually. Developer responds to email, but same problem remains. The last time, I just gave up on their system. I am glad others have had great success with this program.

This is one of the best apps out there, I don't know what I would do without it :)

Save your cash...LastPass and a host of other free ones are on par with this.

This app is definitely THE MOST useful one I have. I read a review on it but after installing I am completely amazed with this app. Before I purchased a license I used to have a hard time keeping up with all my web password information, but now 1Password takes care of it all beautifully. And when coupled with the excellent customer support they provide, this makes for the perfect app. I totally recommend it.

I have worked extensively with eWallet (for PC, iPhone, etc.), SplashID (Mac, iPhone), and Acrylic Wallet (Mac, iPhone). While they each have some nice features, none of them can hold a candle to Version 3 of 1Password. Every day I have been finding something even more cool and useful about this app! I had looked at it 9 months or so ago, and despite seeing its potential, it did not handle all my needs and was not very striking. But now with Version 3, this is one of my favorite apps on my Mac (along with Things, Dropbox, and Butler)! Awesome design: configurability, usability, and stability! And, unlike any other wallet app, it was clearly designed to make full productive use of the secure data ... the way it simplifies web logins is nothing short of amazing :) And to top it all off, the authors totally focused on performance ... it is one of the smoothest and quickest apps on my Mac ... especially the iPhone sync which is quick, effortless, and secure.

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