1Password

Version: 4.1 || Release Date: 2013-12-11 || 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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@danwarne Not too familiar with Blackberry phones, but you can export/save your 1Password settings to a web page (File -> Export All -> Encrypted Web Page...).

Depending on your sync options and what your phone supports, you can then sync the file to your phone and browse to it locally, or put it on some web server (or Dropbox, for example) you have access to and browse to that from your phone.

This isn't the nicest nethod ever, but you do say you'd accept rudimentary solutions. The fact AWS have provided the means to even achieve such a workaround is credit to them as far as I am concerned.

I have been using it some months now, and just love its security, ease-of-use [intuitive mostly], and integration across the whole lot of web browsers. It 'remembers' the websites I visit, and when I encounter a new, potentially dangerous, one, it warns me before I get into trouble. It could not be more elegant. The wallet alone makes the product most worthy. I use it to store about everything I need to access daily, weekly, monthly or even yearly. The note pad is a 'catch-all' for anything that might not 'fit' in neatly with its features. The password generator is about as robust as can be. Entering credit card information while shopping online is a breeze. The auto-fill feature for address and contact information is most reliable and helpful. I am now putting the database file on a flash drive to port with me anywhere. Never, never will I be stressed about personal data management. Not least, the support is personal, timely and precise every time. Truly, one nifty, indispensable app.

1 Password to rule them all ... except on Blackberry. Or any smartphone except iPhone/iPad. (Not being nasty... I really love 1Password; it's probably in my top 3 favorite apps that I've ever used, but I use a Blackberry and really wish there was some way, no matter how rudimentary, of getting the username/password data onto it.

1Password çok kullanışlı bir yazılım. Bu yazılımı kullanmadan önce sürekli şifrelerimi kaybederdim. Ama artık çok rahatım.

I agree with bitnix. 1Password is quite an essential application, and the iPhone integration is very nice. But especially since V3.0, it more and more suffers from too much bloat and eye candy.
At least, there's a switch in the prefs on the "Advanced"(!) tab to disable the animations. There should be a "simple layout" mode for people who like it a little more lean.

I'm a web developer/webmaster, I manage many dozens of login/password as well as other information such as credit card numbers, software serial codes, etc. This app has saved me so much time and effort. I recommend it wholeheartedly. Very stable and reliable. Superb support.

1Password is one of the absolute must haves for me. It helps me in many more ways than just passwords.

Pros: Secure, convenient, stable application with amazing customer service to back it all up.

Cons: Hmm, honestly, I can't think of any ... seriously.

1Password is hands-down THE must-have application for Mac users. I've been using it for years and it only gets better with each subsequent release. I just got my new Mac (woohoo Snow Leopard!) yesterday and 1Password 3 was the FIRST application I bought and installed... and I was not disappointed. Simply beautiful... I only wish all programs were as elegant and indispensable... and all developers as friendly, accessible and responsive! NO MAC SHOULD BE WITHOUT 1PASSWORD!

I'm a web developer and deal with dozens of passwords on a daily basis, I don't know how I ever managed without this app.

I just downloaded and installed update to 3.0.7 and when I opened the app I got a window notifying me that it will not work with my version of OS X 10.4.11. I had to trash it and move back up copy to main drive. So... I you're like me and are still using Tiger, do not take down the update. If you do and you don't have a back up...

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