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1Password - Password Manager and Secure Wallet

1Password - Password Manager and Secure Wallet

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

4.4 Ratings 73K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads

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  • img Community
    Having someone hack into your social media account is an unsettling experience, especially if you have similar passwords for your other accounts. You can manage the passwords for over 100 log-ins and change them in an instant. Plus, you'll get extra encryptions so your accounts will be locked tight next time!
    img by isaac
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    The average professional needs to store as many as 40 apps and 20 different passwords on their phone. This sort of juggling act gives you plenty of room for error that could cost you dearly. Give yourself an extra layer of protection with a reliable password manager.
    img by bane
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Getting your digital life under control can be a 2 or 3-day project, but a password manager could be the key to efficiency. As you reduce clutter and get everything down to one password using your phone, you'll be able to streamline work on all your devices.
    img by Aubrey
    7 months ago
  • img Expert

    Why we chose 1Password:

    • Extremely simple, no-frills interface
    • A robust system of protection
    • An amazing search function that allows you to trawl your data - no matter how much you have stored on your smartphone
    • A reasonable price of only $2.99 per month
  • img Expert
    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

  • 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.
  • May 5, 2021

    By Eloy Toro
    I've been a customer for several years. 1Password feels super secure and gets the job done Some improvements to the UI/UX and this would be a 5star easy - the in-app navigation to find passwords is badly organized, the tab system has never made any sense to me even after years of using it - the favorite list doesn't help all that much, favorite passwords don't show up first in searches and take no priority on auto fills - new passwords are saved before I even name them, why?
  • Great in almost all ways Feb 2, 2018

    By owndao
    Yes, this app will not badger you to leave a review and that's a reflection of the outstanding professionalism of the people behind the scenes. I have never lost a single item stored with 1Password and it has saved me days of time by not having to reset a forgotten password. It has led the way since day one with the secure keychain concept and I trust it more than Apple's own late-for-the-show implementation of just a subset of what this app does with ease. Now if we could establish truly secure transport encryption and authentication at websites of the caliber of this product I'll be happy. This is the best money I've spent on any app, ever. The fingerprint unlocking has been fantastic but for some reason on iOS 11.3, 1Password, and 1Password only, is not providing the fingerprint unlocking option. It says that my fingerprints have changed (they had not) and I even went to setting to redo them all and 1Password, only, gives the same message when switched to allow fingerprint unlocking and when the app is launched, it allows for the master password only. I suspect that 1Password has stricter requirements for trusting fingerprints than other apps and that this iOS update is responsible. Otherwise the app performs great as usual. Even despite this I highly recommend this app and the people behind it. I fully expect the 1Password team to tell me how to fix this quickly.
  • Apr 13, 2021

    By Nate Cress
    I've been very hesitant to move to a password manager. I used browser password managers including the Chrome and Android feature which was really convenient, but I never really trusted using them for my important accounts. I finally broke down and did some research on the options. 1 Password seemed to be the best option out there, so I tried it out. After using it for a while now, I can tell you that I wished I'd had this tool before. It works well and gives me a lot of peace of mind.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • May 5, 2021

    By Eloy Toro
    I've been a customer for several years. 1Password feels super secure and gets the job done Some improvements to the UI/UX and this would be a 5star easy - the in-app navigation to find passwords is badly organized, the tab system has never made any sense to me even after years of using it - the favorite list doesn't help all that much, favorite passwords don't show up first in searches and take no priority on auto fills - new passwords are saved before I even name them, why?
  • Great in almost all ways Feb 2, 2018

    By owndao
    Yes, this app will not badger you to leave a review and that's a reflection of the outstanding professionalism of the people behind the scenes. I have never lost a single item stored with 1Password and it has saved me days of time by not having to reset a forgotten password. It has led the way since day one with the secure keychain concept and I trust it more than Apple's own late-for-the-show implementation of just a subset of what this app does with ease. Now if we could establish truly secure transport encryption and authentication at websites of the caliber of this product I'll be happy. This is the best money I've spent on any app, ever. The fingerprint unlocking has been fantastic but for some reason on iOS 11.3, 1Password, and 1Password only, is not providing the fingerprint unlocking option. It says that my fingerprints have changed (they had not) and I even went to setting to redo them all and 1Password, only, gives the same message when switched to allow fingerprint unlocking and when the app is launched, it allows for the master password only. I suspect that 1Password has stricter requirements for trusting fingerprints than other apps and that this iOS update is responsible. Otherwise the app performs great as usual. Even despite this I highly recommend this app and the people behind it. I fully expect the 1Password team to tell me how to fix this quickly.
  • Apr 13, 2021

    By Nate Cress
    I've been very hesitant to move to a password manager. I used browser password managers including the Chrome and Android feature which was really convenient, but I never really trusted using them for my important accounts. I finally broke down and did some research on the options. 1 Password seemed to be the best option out there, so I tried it out. After using it for a while now, I can tell you that I wished I'd had this tool before. It works well and gives me a lot of peace of mind.
  • 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.
  • Apr 18, 2021

    By Mark Hutchison
    Almost.........I truly love 1password over Lastpass. Autofill works flawless on my android device. Can't say the same for Lastpass. Having a desktop app is awesome to manage stuff. But there is one major flaw that will keep me from using this. Auto logout on desktop browsers. Lastpass keeps me logged in for about a month. I understand security, but give me the bloody option if I want. The Key is a little annoying for logging in to new devices but I forgive that for security.
  • Excellent. Full of thought (and well implemented features) May 22, 2020

    By MtnSloth
    I had my misgivings when 1Password went to a subscription model. However, as much as I may not like that, we still have a local data store that syncs to cloud storage (I think it defaults to iCloud, but recall that there are instructions for other services). Thus, your passwords sync across all the devices that run 1Password, but it still works when one is offline. My favorite feature is the support for one-time passwords. You no longer need dedicated Authenticator apps. Which is nice as these Authenticator apps break when you install them on a new device; as they offer no means of transferring data from one device to a new one. Now I don’t have to fix app moderated two factor authentication when I setup a new device. I dropped Google’s and Microsoft’s Authenticator apps, and just use 1Password. 1Password’s one-time password feature works just like Google’s Authenticator. Thus, you do have to reconfigure two factor authentication one last time for each account where you use that. But, that should be it. I’ll never have to do it again, unless the site or services change something that requires a change. So far, I haven’t found a service that works with Google Authenticator that doesn’t work with 1Password’s one-time password feature.
  • Apr 17, 2021

    By This is Arjay
    I love 1Password among other password managers out there. I just hope that the UI will be change into something cool. It looks kinda boring in my opinion unlike Dashlane. Dashlane got the best looking UI in both mobile and desktop application. However I just feel more secure with 1Password having its unique Secret Key. I feel like the secret key is a good another layer of security. Please make some changes to its UI. It's very boring and looks old school. Nonetheless, security is what matters.
  • Give it a chance, it’s worth the subscription Oct 4, 2019

    By GB45689
    I am a long time 1Password user (without looking it up 6-8 years). I, like a lot of other users, was not thrilled upon discovering the new subscription plan. Also I was concerned after reading some of the reviews about having to copy and paste to fill in login information. This is simply put, not the case! I find the functionality of 1Password 7 to be as good and in many cases better than prior versions. I use 1Password on iPhone, iPad, MacBook and occasionally on work or family members PC’s. 1Password has continually improved over the years and it is significantly better and more usable on iPhone and iPad than in the past. 1Password consistently comes out with updates, fixes and improvements. After using version 7, considering a cost benefit analysis and consideration of long term dependability and development, I am definitely willing to pay the monthly or annual fee. Please don’t rule out 1Password 7 without giving it a chance. Also it seems clear that 1Password is committed to great customer service. I have the family plan, and while I have never needed customer service, they were extremely helpful to my mom before I added her to my family. Also littered throughout the comments and reviews they consistently reach out to users and offer assistance.
  • May 9, 2021

    By Clark Higgins
    The app is flexible, with the ability to create custom fields, and able to update both on my android, and iOS devices. I've had no issues and the cost is worth it to keep my passwords a d logins safe.
  • May 11, 2021

    By Garret Taylor
    Used to work great but now more and more every day it will not pop up with an auto fill option. Happens both in web browser and within other apps. I have to swap between apps to copy my username and password which means I have to unlock 1pass multiple times for a single login. Incredibly inconvenient and inefficient.
  • This App Stinks Nov 19, 2017

    By MrBrutalTruth
    I hate to give bad ratings, but...I paid around $50 (yes!) to be able to access on pc and Mac and iOS. I have stuck with it because starting over would be a drag. But really...the functionality of this app is awful. You’re trying to add “notes” and the box won’t open (it keeps dropping down where you can’t get to it). If you don’t fill a sufficient # of boxes on a new entry it won’t let you save it. If you have a problem with accessing from another device or moving to a new device you end up with back and forth emails that go something like this “Hi. We love you. Update all of your devices and assemble them all in the same location and then email us back.” They just keep kicking the can back to you (no phone support). It’s unbelievably annoying. I just don’t even bother anymore. I just open and start a new password and put everything in the notes section (when I can get it to work-if you save and re-open it usually works the second time). And if you select the option to use your fingertip to open, it shows up on the screen and you have to tap that and THEN hit the home button. You can’t just go right to it. And sometimes it just randomly requires you to enter the actual password. I actually have my last two iPhones in a drawer because I’m terrified my passwords didn’t all move to the new device and I’ll be in trouble. Seriously, it shows I have like 314 passwords on the iPad version of the app and 322 in the iPhone version. Really?!
  • May 11, 2021

    By Steve Enright
    UPDATE: Don't use these people. Don't install this app. It's a waste of time. ORIGINAL: I just signed up for the 14 trial and already have a issue. Cannot download the 'Emergency Kit' PDF. Their website claims to know my mobile browser (Duck) has successfully downloaded and saved the PDF into my 'Downloads' folder. Nope. It definitely did not. And don't tell me to use another browser! That's B.S.! Get your web site working.
  • May 7, 2021

    By erich wisdom
    Not willing to try it out for "free" if I have to set up payment for after the 14 day trial period. It may be easy enough to cancel it before the trial expires. But why should I have to go through the trouble. Just give me 14 days and then have the app disable itself like so many other apps do.
  • Apr 21, 2021

    By T W
    I did not use a master password and had been using finger print scan and the app suddenly only allowed login using master password. I cannot login and access my passwords at all. This is a horrible experience since I have subscribed a monthly fee and I dont feel safe at all knowing that you guys have access to my passwords and I dont!
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Too difficult to use Apr 13, 2021

    By Mountain Dave 847
    The app seems powerful, but in the process they lost the basics. Since the idea of the app is to allow you to have different passwords for each website/app, you would think it would be easy to generate a random password, and tell a website that is your new password Instead, the app rarely recognizes that you are attempting to change your password on a website. It will do a fine job filling in your old password, but won’t recognize you’d like a new password and generate a new one for you. Even if you go into the app, there is no item “generate password”. You appear to have to create a second login for the same website to get a new password, copy that in the new password portion of the webpage, log out and then log back into the website to be sure the new password works (choosing which of the two logins is correct) and then delete the old login/password. To make it even more troublesome, it is likely that 1 password will ask you for your master password (hopefully a long and complicated one) multiple times during this process even if you are continuously doing things and it all happens within 5 minutes.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • img Community
    Having someone hack into your social media account is an unsettling experience, especially if you have similar passwords for your other accounts. You can manage the passwords for over 100 log-ins and change them in an instant. Plus, you'll get extra encryptions so your accounts will be locked tight next time!
    img by isaac
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    The average professional needs to store as many as 40 apps and 20 different passwords on their phone. This sort of juggling act gives you plenty of room for error that could cost you dearly. Give yourself an extra layer of protection with a reliable password manager.
    img by bane
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Getting your digital life under control can be a 2 or 3-day project, but a password manager could be the key to efficiency. As you reduce clutter and get everything down to one password using your phone, you'll be able to streamline work on all your devices.
    img by Aubrey
    7 months ago
  • img Expert

    Why we chose 1Password:

    • Extremely simple, no-frills interface
    • A robust system of protection
    • An amazing search function that allows you to trawl your data - no matter how much you have stored on your smartphone
    • A reasonable price of only $2.99 per month
  • img Expert
    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

  • 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.
  • Great in almost all ways Feb 2, 2018

    By owndao
    Yes, this app will not badger you to leave a review and that's a reflection of the outstanding professionalism of the people behind the scenes. I have never lost a single item stored with 1Password and it has saved me days of time by not having to reset a forgotten password. It has led the way since day one with the secure keychain concept and I trust it more than Apple's own late-for-the-show implementation of just a subset of what this app does with ease. Now if we could establish truly secure transport encryption and authentication at websites of the caliber of this product I'll be happy. This is the best money I've spent on any app, ever. The fingerprint unlocking has been fantastic but for some reason on iOS 11.3, 1Password, and 1Password only, is not providing the fingerprint unlocking option. It says that my fingerprints have changed (they had not) and I even went to setting to redo them all and 1Password, only, gives the same message when switched to allow fingerprint unlocking and when the app is launched, it allows for the master password only. I suspect that 1Password has stricter requirements for trusting fingerprints than other apps and that this iOS update is responsible. Otherwise the app performs great as usual. Even despite this I highly recommend this app and the people behind it. I fully expect the 1Password team to tell me how to fix this quickly.
  • Apr 13, 2021

    By Nate Cress
    I've been very hesitant to move to a password manager. I used browser password managers including the Chrome and Android feature which was really convenient, but I never really trusted using them for my important accounts. I finally broke down and did some research on the options. 1 Password seemed to be the best option out there, so I tried it out. After using it for a while now, I can tell you that I wished I'd had this tool before. It works well and gives me a lot of peace of mind.
  • 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.
  • Excellent. Full of thought (and well implemented features) May 22, 2020

    By MtnSloth
    I had my misgivings when 1Password went to a subscription model. However, as much as I may not like that, we still have a local data store that syncs to cloud storage (I think it defaults to iCloud, but recall that there are instructions for other services). Thus, your passwords sync across all the devices that run 1Password, but it still works when one is offline. My favorite feature is the support for one-time passwords. You no longer need dedicated Authenticator apps. Which is nice as these Authenticator apps break when you install them on a new device; as they offer no means of transferring data from one device to a new one. Now I don’t have to fix app moderated two factor authentication when I setup a new device. I dropped Google’s and Microsoft’s Authenticator apps, and just use 1Password. 1Password’s one-time password feature works just like Google’s Authenticator. Thus, you do have to reconfigure two factor authentication one last time for each account where you use that. But, that should be it. I’ll never have to do it again, unless the site or services change something that requires a change. So far, I haven’t found a service that works with Google Authenticator that doesn’t work with 1Password’s one-time password feature.
  • Apr 17, 2021

    By This is Arjay
    I love 1Password among other password managers out there. I just hope that the UI will be change into something cool. It looks kinda boring in my opinion unlike Dashlane. Dashlane got the best looking UI in both mobile and desktop application. However I just feel more secure with 1Password having its unique Secret Key. I feel like the secret key is a good another layer of security. Please make some changes to its UI. It's very boring and looks old school. Nonetheless, security is what matters.
  • Give it a chance, it’s worth the subscription Oct 4, 2019

    By GB45689
    I am a long time 1Password user (without looking it up 6-8 years). I, like a lot of other users, was not thrilled upon discovering the new subscription plan. Also I was concerned after reading some of the reviews about having to copy and paste to fill in login information. This is simply put, not the case! I find the functionality of 1Password 7 to be as good and in many cases better than prior versions. I use 1Password on iPhone, iPad, MacBook and occasionally on work or family members PC’s. 1Password has continually improved over the years and it is significantly better and more usable on iPhone and iPad than in the past. 1Password consistently comes out with updates, fixes and improvements. After using version 7, considering a cost benefit analysis and consideration of long term dependability and development, I am definitely willing to pay the monthly or annual fee. Please don’t rule out 1Password 7 without giving it a chance. Also it seems clear that 1Password is committed to great customer service. I have the family plan, and while I have never needed customer service, they were extremely helpful to my mom before I added her to my family. Also littered throughout the comments and reviews they consistently reach out to users and offer assistance.
  • May 9, 2021

    By Clark Higgins
    The app is flexible, with the ability to create custom fields, and able to update both on my android, and iOS devices. I've had no issues and the cost is worth it to keep my passwords a d logins safe.
  • Intuitive, Simple, Flexible yet Secure😅 May 11, 2020

    By Baba D NJ
    Awesome app. I had been considering using one for about a year but was extremely concerned with putting all passwords in one place! However, managing all my passwords and logins was getting to be an impossible manual task. Then my nephew told me he and several of his work colleagues (all savvy finance senior leaders) were using 1Password and they were all extremely happy with the simplicity, security and having all the information at their fingertips on their global work travels. App takes playing around with after installation to get familiar initially - like anything. And after viewing the ample 1Password resources on their support site, I have created separate vaults for various categories for quick access and it is a pleasure to use the app with total piece of mind. Wonder why I hesitated for so long to use a password manager despite having read several experts recommending using one. After detailed reviews of several of the top password managers on the market (free and paid ones), it was a pretty simple choice for me to go with 1Password Manager and I am very happy with my choice. Works flawlessly every single time and syncs with all my devices in real time 😃. So far, I have had NO issues and I can recommend it highly to anyone considering getting one.
  • Best Password app available!!! May 4, 2020

    By Nisoplexis
    I have tried other password saving apps and I have to say, this one is the best one for your money. I got the free app before they started offering pay options. Every site you go to, or app you use, makes you create an account these days and it can be overwhelming to have so many passwords and logins. This app allows you to create different logins and passwords for each one of them without the fear of forgetting them and having to go through the agony of retrieving passwords or recreating accounts. It enables you to have better security as well because you are not using the same login and password for every site you use because you can just add it to this app and forget it. Now it’s there when you need it again. The only thing I would suggest to the developers is, make a setting for the user to define what “home page” the app opens to. Meaning instead of opening to the standard page the app opens with, I could have the app open to a specific vault or page. I only use the app for passwords and logins so I would love to go straight there. It’s nit picky but, other than that, this app is great. Others either do not have the same functionality or make you sign up for things or charge you for what you get here for free. 👍🏼
  • May 5, 2021

    By Eloy Toro
    I've been a customer for several years. 1Password feels super secure and gets the job done Some improvements to the UI/UX and this would be a 5star easy - the in-app navigation to find passwords is badly organized, the tab system has never made any sense to me even after years of using it - the favorite list doesn't help all that much, favorite passwords don't show up first in searches and take no priority on auto fills - new passwords are saved before I even name them, why?
  • Mar 13, 2021

    By Michel Condoroussis
    1Password is really nice, it works great on Android, you can see that it was updated for Android 11 and uses the latest methods to easily autofill everything, so far I have not real had a failed attempt in apps or in a browser. The look is a little dated, but not a big deal. The only issue is the app is missing a lot of features found on the web or on the desktop app. Some of us only use it on mobile so the app should have all the features as the desktop or web apps such as managing vaults, adding members to the family plan and exporting files. Hopefully all the features will become equal on the web, desktop and mobile soon. Otherwise as a password manager, so far it is excellent.
  • Apr 14, 2021

    By David Sanborn
    I bought the lifetime version of 1Password but now it's forcing me to login to their online "vault" and not my Dropbox where the passwords are encrypted and stored. Thus as a legacy user I can't use it anymore. I shouldn't have to screw around with their tech support for what shouldn't be an issue. NOTE: update, I reinstalled and see that there's a dropdown to choose other places for your vault. It's not at all obvious and anyone in a hurry will miss this addition to how the installation works. I revise my rating to 4 stars from 2.
  • May 6, 2021

    By Paul S
    Almost perfect. CONS: Doesnʼt work sometimes on some apps and is not compatible (?) with Microsoft Edge on XZ Premium. Wish it had the small icon, just like on desktop, to bring up the autofill in case it goes wrong.
  • 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.
  • A must have app. Jan 31, 2018

    By Kittycam
    I really mean it when I say this is an app everyone should have.. by using it I am able to keep a different and much more secure password for each account, which in this day and age is a necessity. Just think if someone were able to get one password and you shared it with all accounts.. definitely has the potential to become a nightmare situation. The only issues I have had with the app so far were: My fingerprint read incorrectly a few times and after too many failed attempts locked me out, which may not have been a big deal except I had forgotten my master password and until I was able to figure it out again I was locked out of the app and unable to get in to a few of my accounts which I didn’t remember the password for. This really was a good thing as it shows how secure the app is.. just don’t forget (or share) your master password! The other thing that bothered me was that I paid for pro services, and then when I cancelled the pro I continued to be billed for a long time until I had checked my statement and realized it. Aside from those things, this app is one of my most used. I’d give it five stars but the pro thing left a bad taste in my mouth.
  • Won my family password manager “tournament” Apr 20, 2019

    By jameswilletts
    Poked around the web for a pw manager for the fam, and it was down to 1Password, Keeper, Bitwarden, and RoboForm. RoboForm did not have a Watchtower feature, and Bitwarden did not have as many tutorial videos. 1Password barely squeaked by with the pin unlock feature, while Keeper only had a fingerprint unlock for speed (which I don’t like to use, but maybe I just need to take the tinfoil off my head). Get yourself a password manager! You’ll always be safer with than without, and you won’t know how you lived without it. 1Password is definitely the easiest, most visually appealing, and most accessible across platforms (work PC, Mac at home, iPhones) and tutorials. Why four stars? Keeper has a sort of secret keeper feature for someone to have access to your vault if you die. 1Password’s only answer to this feature is to print out YOUR master password and give it to someone (in our case, the godparents of our child), so if I change it or the godparents lose it, those social profiles will have to stay up forever, like some kind of morbid, digital vigil.
  • Mar 9, 2021

    By Brian Br
    Has a great family plan and sharing. Great form filling capabilities and is easy to use. The only thing it's missing is an emergency access feature. The emergency kit that they have does not really address the same concern. The emergency access feature that others offer enables you to setup trusted contacts that can request access in the event of an emergency without sharing your master password in advance. 1Password requires sharing your master password/kit in advance potentially exposing info
  • Revised Review Feb 4, 2020

    By robryd
    My original review criticized the process of getting started with the app — specifically, synchronizing the records on my iMac with my phone and tablet. I contacted support and they identified the problem quickly: I had inadvertently opened phone and tablet into a different account. Once I fixed that, synchronization worked as advertised. Now that it’s all working (including sharing with my wife via a family account) I am very happy with 1PW. It does everything I hoped it would. I especially like the ability to add tags to a record, which makes things easier to find. My four-star rating is the average of five for the way it works now and three for the process of getting started. I haven’t changed my opinion that getting started is convoluted and frustrating. Many other reviewers have said the same. You coders working on the app need to make that better (this is much more important than adding new features), and whoever writes the documentation needs to simplify it and then test it out with people like me who are unfamiliar with the program.
  • An essential utility, works very reliably Dec 18, 2017

    By RBDelaware
    I’ve been a many-years user of 1Password. Use it every day, many times, on several devices including a desktop, laptop, iPads and iPhones. The app works very reliably (it has NEVER -in years- failed to provide ready access to my hundreds of passwords, logins, servers, secure notes, etc). The interface has improved over the years, and it’s now, mostly, intuitive. The “multiple vaults” feature seems superfluous to me (can’t think how it might be useful), but doesn’t get in the way. Search is quick, but not “instant” (with 400+ entries). The password generator works very well and is very useful. The interface with multiple browsers, too, works very well (though not flawlessly) with Safari and Firefox. (There are sometimes “hesitations” there, which probably are related to the browsers’ handling of extensions.) I resent the “subscription” pay model, but since this is, indeed, an essential, everyday utility for me, I think the cost is reasonable, on balance. (I’d prefer to make my own decision about when to pay for a new version.)
  • Apr 18, 2021

    By Mark Hutchison
    Almost.........I truly love 1password over Lastpass. Autofill works flawless on my android device. Can't say the same for Lastpass. Having a desktop app is awesome to manage stuff. But there is one major flaw that will keep me from using this. Auto logout on desktop browsers. Lastpass keeps me logged in for about a month. I understand security, but give me the bloody option if I want. The Key is a little annoying for logging in to new devices but I forgive that for security.
  • May 4, 2021

    By Jose Martinez
    Absolutely love this password manager. Recently though, I am not able to create new passwords on my android device. Can still create on my personal laptop and any other browser/device I am synced to. Don't know why I can't create on this app.
  • 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!
  • Mar 8, 2021

    By Matthew Correia
    Feature requests!: (1) quick settings tile, so i can turn off the automatic dialog which always displays when i don't want it (or not when i do), and instead fill fields via a convenient manual trigger. (2) allow me to exclude certain apps or websites from automatically triggering any response from 1Password. (3) Add a 'close'/"X" button to the autofill dialog, because trying to 'blur' a field to dismiss, when it is surrounded by other interactive elements, can be difficult on mobile layouts.
  • 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....
  • 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.
  • Good and useful but 1 VERY annoying problem Sep 28, 2019

    By Rarkler
    I use 1Password everyday and have been using it for over a year. It does what it says it does and I’ve never had an issue with retrieving passwords. BUT it is soooo annoying to add a new login to it!! For the life of me I couldn’t figure out how to manually add a login via the iPhone app ( I assume it just not possible?!?!) and adding a login manually on the Mac cannot be done from the icon on the top, one needs to go to Settings, open the full App and only there it’s possible using an almost hidden + sign in an obscure and none intuitive place. It makes me feel like they don’t actually want me to add a new login. I know i can add via the chrome extension, and that works fine, but a common scenario for me is that I downloaded a new app on my iPhone, setup my user and password in the app, and now want to store them in 1Password. I’m forced to go to my Mac to add the login, and even there it’s super annoying (see above). Please fix this!!
  • It’s okay, but... Oct 20, 2018

    By robojester
    It seems that AgileBits has moved to the subscription model. I still use 1Password, and it performs adequately, but all of the family info sharing doesn’t work without a subscription. Additionally, had a “family plan” but was never able to download the five instances I was supposed to be able to download. Finally, it appears they eventually respond to suggestions; two or three years after the suggestion was posted. The suggestion was ultimately very simple: a reminder to update passwords after a specific time period, since I have several passwords that expire after varying times (I.e. 90 days, 180 days, etc.) and only log in occasionally to those accounts (which aren’t online either). That way I would know it’s due. The response was, “I don’t understand the use case...” and ultimately felt more like they were “cleaning” their comment reputation by making sure they’ve responded. I couldn’t even access the comment.
  • Expect to type your master password often Apr 14, 2019

    By arkonan
    Switched to 1Password because my employer uses it, and I wanted to use only one password management app. Been using it for a few months now with the iOS and macOS apps, and it has a lot of nice functionality. I really like the integrated Authenticator support. Unfortunately unlike my previous password manager Password Wallet, 1Password is very aggressive about disabling FaceID/TouchID. It sometimes appears to disable FaceID after a single failed attempt which can happen if I am scratching my nose or holding the phone too close to my face when the prompt comes up. I picked a long passphrase for my master password. It is secure and easy to remember but irritating and slow to type on the iOS soft keyboard. The frequent need to type it after FaceID/TouchID turns off is driving me bonkers. And making me want to pick a shorter, less secure master password. Both FaceID and TouchID already have their own internal rules for disabling themselves (after restart, lots of failures, visiting power off screen, etc), and I wish 1Password could be configured to follow them. The most frustrating part is that my 1Password app is sitting next to a bunch of financial apps and the app for my home alarm system, all of which fully trust FaceID/TouchID. This makes 1Password’s constant requests for my master password on less important web sites even more annoying.
  • May 11, 2021

    By Garret Taylor
    Used to work great but now more and more every day it will not pop up with an auto fill option. Happens both in web browser and within other apps. I have to swap between apps to copy my username and password which means I have to unlock 1pass multiple times for a single login. Incredibly inconvenient and inefficient.
  • 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.
  • Too difficult to use Apr 13, 2021

    By Mountain Dave 847
    The app seems powerful, but in the process they lost the basics. Since the idea of the app is to allow you to have different passwords for each website/app, you would think it would be easy to generate a random password, and tell a website that is your new password Instead, the app rarely recognizes that you are attempting to change your password on a website. It will do a fine job filling in your old password, but won’t recognize you’d like a new password and generate a new one for you. Even if you go into the app, there is no item “generate password”. You appear to have to create a second login for the same website to get a new password, copy that in the new password portion of the webpage, log out and then log back into the website to be sure the new password works (choosing which of the two logins is correct) and then delete the old login/password. To make it even more troublesome, it is likely that 1 password will ask you for your master password (hopefully a long and complicated one) multiple times during this process even if you are continuously doing things and it all happens within 5 minutes.
  • 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.
  • This App Stinks Nov 19, 2017

    By MrBrutalTruth
    I hate to give bad ratings, but...I paid around $50 (yes!) to be able to access on pc and Mac and iOS. I have stuck with it because starting over would be a drag. But really...the functionality of this app is awful. You’re trying to add “notes” and the box won’t open (it keeps dropping down where you can’t get to it). If you don’t fill a sufficient # of boxes on a new entry it won’t let you save it. If you have a problem with accessing from another device or moving to a new device you end up with back and forth emails that go something like this “Hi. We love you. Update all of your devices and assemble them all in the same location and then email us back.” They just keep kicking the can back to you (no phone support). It’s unbelievably annoying. I just don’t even bother anymore. I just open and start a new password and put everything in the notes section (when I can get it to work-if you save and re-open it usually works the second time). And if you select the option to use your fingertip to open, it shows up on the screen and you have to tap that and THEN hit the home button. You can’t just go right to it. And sometimes it just randomly requires you to enter the actual password. I actually have my last two iPhones in a drawer because I’m terrified my passwords didn’t all move to the new device and I’ll be in trouble. Seriously, it shows I have like 314 passwords on the iPad version of the app and 322 in the iPhone version. Really?!
  • May 11, 2021

    By Steve Enright
    UPDATE: Don't use these people. Don't install this app. It's a waste of time. ORIGINAL: I just signed up for the 14 trial and already have a issue. Cannot download the 'Emergency Kit' PDF. Their website claims to know my mobile browser (Duck) has successfully downloaded and saved the PDF into my 'Downloads' folder. Nope. It definitely did not. And don't tell me to use another browser! That's B.S.! Get your web site working.
  • May 7, 2021

    By erich wisdom
    Not willing to try it out for "free" if I have to set up payment for after the 14 day trial period. It may be easy enough to cancel it before the trial expires. But why should I have to go through the trouble. Just give me 14 days and then have the app disable itself like so many other apps do.
  • Apr 21, 2021

    By T W
    I did not use a master password and had been using finger print scan and the app suddenly only allowed login using master password. I cannot login and access my passwords at all. This is a horrible experience since I have subscribed a monthly fee and I dont feel safe at all knowing that you guys have access to my passwords and I dont!
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Poor customer support, too much time to update passwords Jan 8, 2020

    By Kr360
    Just started using 1password on my iphone and Ipad which run IOS 13.3. Product good if you are starting from scratch and creating new passwords. Product is also good if you already have strong passwords for accounts you have. Product is bad for people like me who have a ton of passwords that are weak and need changing. I have been spending too much time using various methods to access 1passwords strong password generator on its website (if this feature is in its app it is not apparent) and to use the password generated to update the prompts at various websites for entering a new password and to copy this new password into my existing 1password website login password for the corresponding site. One other word of caution, 1password support is bad. There is no phone number to call. You have to send an email to them. It is day three today and I have not heard back from anyone. I can only imagine how I would feel if a glitch in 1password caused me to not to be able to access my bank accounts while their support people were on their 365 day vacation at the company. I will be checking out LastPass and other similar products.
  • UNBELIEVABLY UNRELIABLE Sep 18, 2019

    By Maru
    I Left my only review last year or the year before because i am a customer for maybe 10 years and haven not only paid the expensive price back then for the Mac license, when the IOS came i bought it and have been blindly relying on keeping all my extremely important information for all these years, thinking Dave Teare was a serious developer taking the importance of your data safe and reliable not disappearing and take your protected passwords seriousness as they are to you. But !!! I HAVE SPENT PROBABLY A WEEK trying to fix the Upgrade from version 6 to 7 as the upgrades i have all automated. Now after a week and maybe a month of no passwords or logins after upgrade i see they decided to charge a monthly MEMBERSHIP !!!!!!!!! NO WARNING NO NOTHING, I HAVE LICENSE ACTUALLY 2 LICENSES AS I PURCHASED A SECOND ONE UNKNOWINGLY THINKING I NEEDED TO BACK ON VERSION 4, BUT THIS IS THE WORST EXPERIENCE A CUSTOMER CAN HAVE ON YOUR DATA THAT WHAT THE APP IS SUPPOSED TO DO IS ALLOW YOU TO FORGET YOUR LOGINS AND PASSWORDS. DON’T PAY FOR THIS LACK OF DECENCY ,UNRELIABLE APP ALL THEY WANT IS MONEY AND THEY MAKE IT OBVIOUS. A WARNING AND A DECENT UPGRADE PRICE WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER. NOW I WILL KEEP MY INFORMATION OUT OF ANY OF THIS APPS THAT NEVER WORK, TRYING TO KEEP YOU TIED IN A MEMBERSHIP AS IF IT WAS A SERVICE.
  • This system is awful! Dec 4, 2018

    By Jack 7@
    This system is the worst to use, it is ridiculous with all it’s unnecessary features! Mine just updated today without warning and NOW I CANNOT SEE ANY OF MY PASSWORDS! I can see a place that says I have 148 items, but no matter what I click on it will not let me open that item or vault, whatever it’s called! So, I have to visit their website which is never a quick or easy thing and hope they will help me! UPDATE/DO NOT BUY THIS SYSTEM unless you are a technology expert! I keep having problems and always have to wait until my Grandson can drive down to my house (~35 miles ea way) to fix it! Now I am finding that it is adding different Usernames that’s it randomly selects from OTHER places I log in, then next time I try to log in I can’t! I have to log into OnePass to see what user name it came up with! It is extremely frustrating!!!! WHEN MY GRANDSON COMES DOWN TO FIX THIS CURRENT PROBLEM, I’m asking him to find me a different Password protection system! One the average person can use!!!! ONEPASSWORD IS AWFUL, you computer experts have fun with it!!!!!!!
  • LOST EVERYTHING - save your money Feb 20, 2019

    By SkylarJoy
    While this app seemed promising it turned out to be very disappointing. I took my time using it only adding in a few passwords or info at a time. I paid the $3.99 monthly fee for over a year then decided to move everything to this app and I deleted the other apps I was using! I liked this app because I didn’t need to remember a password for it I was able to use MY thumb print to get to all MY information. Then an update was needed for my phone. I updated my phone and when I needed to get a password I tried to get in and it turns out that 1Password resets your thumb print meaning it gets removed when you do updates and guess what you LOSE everything you have store because there is no way to get back into your account unless you have that password you originally signed up with! Would have been nice to know in the beginning that MY thumb print gets removed!!! So now not only I have spent over $50 for this CRAP app and countless hours adding ALL my info I lost everything and have to start over!

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