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1Password - Password Manager and Secure Wallet

1Password - Password Manager and Secure Wallet

AgileBits

Store your passwords, credit cards, notes and more securely with 1Password

4.4 Ratings 70K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads
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Ratings & Reviews

4.4
70.0K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    76%
  2. 4
    8%
  3. 3
    4%
  4. 2
    3%
  5. 1
    9%
  • Great technology, mediocre documentation Apr 8, 2020

    By WildlandPhotos
    The pretty-looking docs would serve us far better if they concentrated on helping us to understand how 1Password works, and if in so doing they didn’t make a habit of committing the very common sin of skipping over the most basic parts of that explanation. Usually the people who build an application are so familiar with it that they’ve lost the ability to put themselves into the shoes of someone who isn’t. This family of programs is both very important in today’s living and quite complex and touching on many aspects of computer security, so clear, concise documentation aimed at arming us with the power to make wise choices about how we use it to secure a big part of our most precious data is simply vital. The underlying technology is steadily improving with respect to it’s organizational concepts, cleverness and information security. Before you begin to spend the time to create the contents of your main “vault” file with 1Password, be sure you get how it works, so you can avoid wasting a lot of time or risking loss of the login data that you’ll spend a lot of time setting up. But a great password manager is simply a necessity now and this continues to be the best of the lot, to the best of my knowledge.
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  • Oct 11, 2020

    By Sanjay Vig
    So far the best password manager I have used. I tried Bitwarden, Keeper, Lastpass but 1Password seems to be more stable and handy for me. Ofcourse paying for a service is most of the time better than a free alternative. I did a comprehensive research on jurisdiction, privacy, 3rd party audits, history and a few more aspects before picking up 1Password. Reason why I didn't gave 5 stars is due to inability to fill password sometimes, have to fill twice to make it work.
    more
  • Can’t be beat, protect yourself starting now Feb 7, 2020

    By The Gr8 Deceiver
    AES 256 bit encrypted vault. End to end encryption. I wrote out a long review and the App Store crashed. I’ll try to summarize the high points. There is no reason not to use a password manager anymore. Sticky notes, spreadsheets, and re-used passwords should not be something you use. I work in the industry, information security, (not for agile bits) and we recommend and deploy 1password to all our clients. It’s the best in the business and has been for the better part of two decades. I’ve been using it for over a decade and cannot imagine what I’d do without it. Seamless integration between your mobile devices, desktops, laptops etc. It is extremely intuitive and yes, all you have to remember is 1 password. The app does the rest. Including but not limited to, generating strong and unique passwords for each site you use, storing credit cards, secure notes and so much more. It even has two-factor authentication built right in, no need for a separate authenticator app, it is integrated for each site you have 2FA enabled. (If you don’t know what this is, do a web search and go enable it on every site that offers it. If you think you are “too small” a target, think again. No one is safe from bad actors, every second another person gets their identity stolen; using a password manager will help you protect yourself in the wild world that is the internet. Stay safe and don’t think twice about getting this app!!
    more
  • Oct 6, 2020

    By Tad G
    Had a password manager since before it was "cool". I started at that three dot red icon company but it was janky at best so the first security scare sent me packing. I landed at 1Password as I controlled the at Dropbox back then. I was Android user in the early days and there was a time that Android felt abandoned by Agile Bits - for years. So I "Dashed" away - but the "other" service had lame autofill on Android.... So here I am again - little to complain about. Except Biometric unlock sucks...
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  • Convenient, reliable, and peace of mind Sep 7, 2018

    By VAbxman
    A safe haven for your passwords, account information, or just any valuable information for that matter. Accessed with one master password only YOU know and can remember easily, you’ll have an overview of ALL your inputed accounts or information with their respective passwords, PIN numbers, and security questions with answers. One of the great features of 1Password is that it can generate passwords for you if you so choose. You can set it up to where you can have 25 characters total with numbers and uppercase letters thrown into the mix (25 not being the max but you get the idea!) Absolutely a MUST have app for your phone if you have multiple online accounts. You ever sit there trying to get on an account you haven’t signed to in a while and you go through papers or whatever method you use to keep track of your passwords trying to desperately remember? Well look no further 1Password is here and all you got to do is open the app, type in the master password or use FaceID/TouchID, and boom! Tap on that password for the account you were just trying to access - COPY then bam! Paste that into the type bar and you’re good to go. No big deal, forget about it! Hope this review helps and honestly it really does give you peace of mind knowing you can create the most secure password with the most characters used, forget it, then simply access the app and there you have it just ready to be copied and pasted.
    more
  • Sep 24, 2020

    By Ian Cartwright
    Updating to version 7.7 - have to uninstall and reinstall to get local storage sync working again after latest update Previous review Local file synchronization started to become unreliable, hangs with a spinner and just says sync already in progress if manually trigger sync. Had to reinstall several times to cure multiple instances of this bug, if it happens again I'll be looking for a new password manager.
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  • Aug 4, 2020

    By Jessie
    Frustrating! I started a free trial today. The app constantly is logging me out on my phone or out of the web browser plugin and forces me to frequently input **2** complicated master passwords/long keys each time I need to use it. I'm going to try using 1password a bit more in case I set the account up wrong. After about 3 hours spent setting up a few website accounts on this manager this should be more user friendly. At this rate I'm probably going to delete and not "subscribe" to the service
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  • Aug 10, 2020

    By Chris Lopez
    I cannot get the 1password icon on my toolbar. I have downloaded the app 4 times! Been trying to use this for several hours and am extremely frustrated. I can get into my vault, but that's it. Can't do anything with that. A separate (?) issue is when trying to install it on my android devises it says there are no compatible ones. I this only for iphones?
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  • Oct 13, 2020

    By Stephen Abshire
    Never finds the password for apps even though they are in there. Overall 1password is awesome but the android app is near useless.
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  • Sep 3, 2020

    By Stephen Conroy
    This could be a great! I used LastPass since 2014. It worked great & then I found it had its own internal browser built into the app. We use internet filtering to protect our family from visiting unwanted websites. Embedded browsers allow the user to bypass all internet filtering. Because of this I did the trial of one password and it did not appear to have an embedded browser. After purchasing, I discovered it also had an embedded browser. VERY DISAPPOINTING! Pls remove browser for 5 stars!!
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  1. "For those who want the absolute best password manager for their phone, tablet, and computers, 1Password is the way to go." - Android Central
  2. Create multiple vaults for all of your different passwords, logins, and more! Don't get confused when it comes to your sensitive information
  3. Favorites feature allows you to quickly find your most-used data for an efficient way to log in to the online stores you love

Reviewed by Katelyn on April 18, 2018

  • Can’t be beat, protect yourself starting now Feb 7, 2020

    By The Gr8 Deceiver
    AES 256 bit encrypted vault. End to end encryption. I wrote out a long review and the App Store crashed. I’ll try to summarize the high points. There is no reason not to use a password manager anymore. Sticky notes, spreadsheets, and re-used passwords should not be something you use. I work in the industry, information security, (not for agile bits) and we recommend and deploy 1password to all our clients. It’s the best in the business and has been for the better part of two decades. I’ve been using it for over a decade and cannot imagine what I’d do without it. Seamless integration between your mobile devices, desktops, laptops etc. It is extremely intuitive and yes, all you have to remember is 1 password. The app does the rest. Including but not limited to, generating strong and unique passwords for each site you use, storing credit cards, secure notes and so much more. It even has two-factor authentication built right in, no need for a separate authenticator app, it is integrated for each site you have 2FA enabled. (If you don’t know what this is, do a web search and go enable it on every site that offers it. If you think you are “too small” a target, think again. No one is safe from bad actors, every second another person gets their identity stolen; using a password manager will help you protect yourself in the wild world that is the internet. Stay safe and don’t think twice about getting this app!!
    more
  • Oct 6, 2020

    By Tad G
    Had a password manager since before it was "cool". I started at that three dot red icon company but it was janky at best so the first security scare sent me packing. I landed at 1Password as I controlled the at Dropbox back then. I was Android user in the early days and there was a time that Android felt abandoned by Agile Bits - for years. So I "Dashed" away - but the "other" service had lame autofill on Android.... So here I am again - little to complain about. Except Biometric unlock sucks...
    more
  • Convenient, reliable, and peace of mind Sep 7, 2018

    By VAbxman
    A safe haven for your passwords, account information, or just any valuable information for that matter. Accessed with one master password only YOU know and can remember easily, you’ll have an overview of ALL your inputed accounts or information with their respective passwords, PIN numbers, and security questions with answers. One of the great features of 1Password is that it can generate passwords for you if you so choose. You can set it up to where you can have 25 characters total with numbers and uppercase letters thrown into the mix (25 not being the max but you get the idea!) Absolutely a MUST have app for your phone if you have multiple online accounts. You ever sit there trying to get on an account you haven’t signed to in a while and you go through papers or whatever method you use to keep track of your passwords trying to desperately remember? Well look no further 1Password is here and all you got to do is open the app, type in the master password or use FaceID/TouchID, and boom! Tap on that password for the account you were just trying to access - COPY then bam! Paste that into the type bar and you’re good to go. No big deal, forget about it! Hope this review helps and honestly it really does give you peace of mind knowing you can create the most secure password with the most characters used, forget it, then simply access the app and there you have it just ready to be copied and pasted.
    more
  • Don't know how I would function without it...My #1 most used tool Jan 13, 2018

    By Narmur19
    I've had 1password since they were sold as individual licenses and from Day 1 it's been the tool I rely on most heavily in my day to day tasks. I use it to store everything I might need to access to, from passwords to passport numbers. Form filling can be a bit spotty depending on the occasion and the 1browser could use more thinking through to be truly functional, but the ease of access and security can't be beat. I've tried out most of the competition, but I keep coming back to 1P for it's UI, number of data types supported and ease of integration into my daily task flow across all my devices. Maybe it's because I'm so familiar with how 1P operates, but the competition never really struck me as in the same league. I finally bit the bullet and signed up for the subscription service, and I don't regret it one bit. My biggest complaint with the single license version was the removal of the web access functionality, but now I have it back and it's better than it's ever been before, and I have instantaneous syncing across all my platforms to boot. 100% recommended to anyone that wants to stop worrying about online security and is willing to put the initial effort into migrating you're info in and filing it properly. If you can actually complete that you'll wonder why you went so long without it.
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  • Oct 19, 2020

    By Shayaan Siddiqui
    The password service doesn't work on my Note 20 Ultra with Microsoft Edge. It used to work until the October security patch! Not sure why Accessibility stopped working but after restarting it. It works.
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  • Great technology, mediocre documentation Apr 8, 2020

    By WildlandPhotos
    The pretty-looking docs would serve us far better if they concentrated on helping us to understand how 1Password works, and if in so doing they didn’t make a habit of committing the very common sin of skipping over the most basic parts of that explanation. Usually the people who build an application are so familiar with it that they’ve lost the ability to put themselves into the shoes of someone who isn’t. This family of programs is both very important in today’s living and quite complex and touching on many aspects of computer security, so clear, concise documentation aimed at arming us with the power to make wise choices about how we use it to secure a big part of our most precious data is simply vital. The underlying technology is steadily improving with respect to it’s organizational concepts, cleverness and information security. Before you begin to spend the time to create the contents of your main “vault” file with 1Password, be sure you get how it works, so you can avoid wasting a lot of time or risking loss of the login data that you’ll spend a lot of time setting up. But a great password manager is simply a necessity now and this continues to be the best of the lot, to the best of my knowledge.
    more
  • Oct 11, 2020

    By Sanjay Vig
    So far the best password manager I have used. I tried Bitwarden, Keeper, Lastpass but 1Password seems to be more stable and handy for me. Ofcourse paying for a service is most of the time better than a free alternative. I did a comprehensive research on jurisdiction, privacy, 3rd party audits, history and a few more aspects before picking up 1Password. Reason why I didn't gave 5 stars is due to inability to fill password sometimes, have to fill twice to make it work.
    more
  • Oct 4, 2020

    By S
    Had it for years. This started for me as a free app offering at a major coffee chain on my iPhone. I've since added it to everything I own. Stand alone licences for the Mac and paid apps on the phones (Android and Apple). All sync seamlessly through Dropbox. My only complaint is the subscription model. You don't get the full experience unless you pay more and more and more monthly. I wish there was a way to pay once and just enjoy until you want to upgrade to any new features. Great app overall.
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  • Oct 2, 2020

    By Larry Sharon
    Tried this as our first pw manager and it has been easy to use so far. Don't know if it's a setting but having to sign in for each app on mobile devices is annoying- there must be a sign in option that lasts for 30 minutes or so just as there's an option for sign on for laptop. Other than that it's been quite easy to set up and use.
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  • Sep 30, 2020

    By Zeth Odderskov
    Okay... The app is actually not that bad. But there is just one MASSIVE design-flaw! Why-oh-why do you have to press 'Categories' to access your passwords?! I've made about 10 people use 1Password - and they always ask me. It's so counter intuitive. But it never crashes. It never has any unfortunate stuff happening.
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  • Oct 16, 2020

    By Paul DeVisser
    Often (about 30% of the time) when I go to login in to the app and am use thumbprint authentication, the overlay that is launched doesn't go away and blocks me from accessing the phone. I have to reboot to get it to go away. Am using a Xiaomi Mi9 Global.
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  • Oct 8, 2020

    By Ard Righ
    App will not update. Gets stuck at 99%. No indication why it fails to update. Never had any other android app that fails to update. Edit: App decided to update with no intervention from me.
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  • Great app but editing is terrible! Nov 5, 2017

    By Joyflute
    This app is great for syncing your important data between your devices. But the editing is terrible! It was bad enough before the last update, but now it's nearly unusable. Previously you would have to hit the "edit" button to update unlike the Notes app. This was only a slight nuisance because it was difficult to enter anything in a specific spot in a longer file. Now it is nearly impossible to use because when you hit edit, it only shows you a tiny fraction ( perhaps two or three lines) of your entire file. This needs to be fixed to work more like the Notes app. Otherwise I may be forced to look for another password app. Update: 2 years later and they still haven’t fixed the lousy edit feature! I think I’m finally going to have to look for a new password manager, because now they’ve got new irritating problems. Sometimes now you can’t see the last line in your category until you hit edit, and the final straw was when I installed ios 11.1 and the app deleted itself and had to be reinstalled. I really don’t understand all the 5 star reviews. Curious, too, that these issues cropped up about the time they institute a subscription plan nobody really needs!
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  • Forgetting their customer roots Aug 1, 2019

    By ProfessorUCB
    In the past I had a good amount of respect for 1password. I had tried other programs, yet 1password seemed to stay ahead of the pack in maintaining state-of-the-art. In the latest release, though, the desktop version has an incredibly annoying alert that this or that password is duplicated in other contexts -1password support confirms that the annoying alert cannot be removed. Their response to me and others was basically they are the best judge of proper security measures and indeed I should eliminate my duplicate passwords. No empathy, no imagination that I might have an rationale behind my process, just an insistence that their user base should view the permanent intrusion as a feature. My tough luck. I should have seen what was coming when they introduced, unannounced, the method of returning to their browser from their items screen by touching between two icons in the lower navigation bar -very non intuitive and archaic for an advanced app developer. My conclusion is that 1password has grown to be a “big” company: it feels as though the developers are preparing the app to be sold to Google or Microsoft or....
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  • going backwards a little Nov 22, 2017

    By raved
    Overall 1Password is a great app, but there are some lingering interface problems. First, there seems to be no way to re-order the favorites on the phone. You can do it on the desktop app, if you have that installed. But sometimes I re-order them on the desktop app but then during syncing they get un-re-ordrered and the desktop app reverts back to the iPhone order! Also, they seem to have removed an essential feature of the browser: a tab to open it from the main screen. There used to be a tab in the lower right corner to switch to the browser screen. This has been removed and now the only way to get to the browser is by opening a URL w/in one of your login items. If you have to exit the browser for some reason and still have an open window, the only way to get back there is tap on another URL to open another window! It is truly mystifying why they would remove such an essential feature.
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  • Sep 24, 2020

    By Ian Cartwright
    Updating to version 7.7 - have to uninstall and reinstall to get local storage sync working again after latest update Previous review Local file synchronization started to become unreliable, hangs with a spinner and just says sync already in progress if manually trigger sync. Had to reinstall several times to cure multiple instances of this bug, if it happens again I'll be looking for a new password manager.
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  • Oct 13, 2020

    By Stephen Abshire
    Never finds the password for apps even though they are in there. Overall 1password is awesome but the android app is near useless.
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  • so much potential, so often frustrating Dec 25, 2018

    By stevenspeilburg1112
    1. why can’t we have the option to not auto-unlock on exit (until the phone resets) like we do on the Mac? why on earth do you frustratingly limit it to one hour? FaceID is still extremely slow, but also extremely secure. much more secure than the password I have on my mac. So doing it over and over again - as often as 12 times a day when I’m at work - AFTER I’ve already logged into my phone - is absolutely ridiculous. Please give power-users more flexibility. The WHOLE POINT of using 1Password, IMO, is having total flexibility over all my authentication tools and integrating them as seamlessly as possible into my workflow. 2. 1Password fails dramatically when it comes to url-checking, which, in some ways, is okay. It’s not an easy problem when websites have ridiculous authentication schemes/URLS across origins. So why then does the UI for the iOS12 PW integration only show me whatever matches the URL. No search? Seriously? I have to then open 1Password, FaceID AGAIN, and start the whole process over again. Painfully slow. The extra star is because it’s beautifully designed and has the right foundation. But right now, it’s so, so, so frustratingly slow.
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  • Outstanding Password Security Jul 12, 2018

    By Bernfrin
    I have spent more money on password managers than I care to admit. 1Password was not the last password manager that I purchased, but it is the one I keep returning to. I love the fact that I can add or change a password on my desktop/iPhone or iPad and the changes automatically sync to my other devices. The software is outstanding and the support when needed is outstanding. Don't waste your money trying a bunch of different password managers like I have. Buy 1Password and you won't be disappointed. 1Password 7 for Windows was recently released the software is good, the design is terrible and customer service leaves much to be desired. The developers thought it would be a good idea to have constant harassing messages telling you your password is weak or your website isn’t secure because it isn’t https://. When I commented that I didn’t appreciate the software being “nanny state software” nor did I appreciate constant “in your face harassing software”, I was belittled and insulted by “customer service” personnel on the user forum. 1Password used to be fairly good. Now I would avoid, and I would not recommend to anyone.
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  • Works, but doesn’t Jul 27, 2018

    By Macorin
    1Password is really good at one thing - storing passwords and allowing you to auto fill usernames and passwords to login to sites. I will squarely admit that 1Password seems to do this the best of all the apps I’ve tried. Now that we know what it’s good at, let’s discuss the rest: 1) It has a really poor UI. The overall look is okay, but the fields are hard to differentiate from one another and the workflow is horrendous. 2) Fields jump around all over the place when navigating through an entry. 3) Tags and folders are poorly implemented. 4) Field data isn’t set up well with the proper keyboards, nor controls to input data as it would make sense to you. 5) The app offers built in categories, but they aren’t customizable, nor well conceived. 6) you can’t create your own categories. The list goes on and on. If 1Password were just a utility to store usernames and passwords for sites you visit it would be great. However, it claims to be more than that. It wants to be your data vault and in that, it fails miserably. It’s so frustrating to work with, I actually use another app (mSecure) as my data vault. I doubt this app will ever change because these issues have existed forever. The only thing that’s changed are the ways to make more money. Update the version, charge again. Update again, go to subscription format. I might of even been willing to go to a subscription if the team would ever make the app better to actually use.
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  • Aug 4, 2020

    By Jessie
    Frustrating! I started a free trial today. The app constantly is logging me out on my phone or out of the web browser plugin and forces me to frequently input **2** complicated master passwords/long keys each time I need to use it. I'm going to try using 1password a bit more in case I set the account up wrong. After about 3 hours spent setting up a few website accounts on this manager this should be more user friendly. At this rate I'm probably going to delete and not "subscribe" to the service
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  • Aug 10, 2020

    By Chris Lopez
    I cannot get the 1password icon on my toolbar. I have downloaded the app 4 times! Been trying to use this for several hours and am extremely frustrated. I can get into my vault, but that's it. Can't do anything with that. A separate (?) issue is when trying to install it on my android devises it says there are no compatible ones. I this only for iphones?
    more
  • Sep 3, 2020

    By Stephen Conroy
    This could be a great! I used LastPass since 2014. It worked great & then I found it had its own internal browser built into the app. We use internet filtering to protect our family from visiting unwanted websites. Embedded browsers allow the user to bypass all internet filtering. Because of this I did the trial of one password and it did not appear to have an embedded browser. After purchasing, I discovered it also had an embedded browser. VERY DISAPPOINTING! Pls remove browser for 5 stars!!
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  • Thanks for nothing Mar 10, 2018

    By dinnykins
    I had this app set up using touch ID so I wouldn’t have to try to remember all of my passwords while my brain was fuzzy during chemo. Unfortunately, chemo caused the skin on my fingertips to crack so touch ID wouldn’t work and I got locked out of my account. Now that my fingers are healed, I still can’t access the app because it disabled touch ID and I can’t remember the master password (kind of why I got the app in the first place, duh!). I’ve researched and it seems that there is no way to reset the master password. I hated the thought of being forced to start a new account since I’d lose all of the passwords that I had stored in the app, but realized that I had no choice so I just requested that it be disabled. I just got my bank statement and noticed I’m still being charged for this. The whole process is beyond frustrating! I’m upset that I lost all of those passwords, but even more upset that there seems to be no way to get you to stop charging me for this trap of an app. I tried to find a place for support and it all seems to be public forums where other users try to help you troubleshoot. What a load of crap! Do I have to change my bank account now to have you stop withdrawing money for an app I can’t use? Where is the support for this app? Why can’t the master password be reset? Ridiculous.
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  • The best password app no more Oct 6, 2019

    By R64357
    Long time user, I purchased this app early on. The main feature was security. The safe was stored locally only and therefore no concerns for cloud security. It costs a few bucks if I recall and that was a good value. The option to use cloud (iCloud, Dropbox, etc) was always an available feature...nice for users seeking to sync their password safe to other devices...but like many I prefer to keep it offline for security. I recently recommended this app to a friend but when they installed it, the option to purchase the app was no longer available. It is now a monthly subscription only. The option for local storage was removed. After some negative reviews, local storage was quietly returned as an feature, but the monthly subscription is still required. As an early adopter, I am apparently grandfathered in, but I have switched to another password app that stores locally by default. A shame, because this was once a five star app, hands down. Suggestion to developers: sell the app outright like you used to and store the database locally by default. For those users that do trust their passwords in the cloud, offer the sync service for an extra charge as an in app purchase.
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