1Password remembers all your passwords for you, and keeps them safe and secure
behind the one password that only you know. 1Password: the password manager
that's as beautiful and simple as it is secure. Just add your passwords and let
1Password do the rest. Sign in to websites and apps...
Convenient, reliable, and peace of mind
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.
Don't know how I would function without it...My #1 most used tool
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.
Great in almost all ways
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.
Give it a chance, it’s worth the subscription
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.
Everything You Need
I first got this app to generate new passwords, but this has become so much more. My entire life is being protected by this app. As I got older, even before that, there was no way I was going to remember the sheer voluminous number of passwords I was being required to use. Work, Bank accounts, Financial and retirement funds, online vendors. It started slow but as I found out how easy it was to use and how much more I could lock away (Driver licenses, social security accounts, and data for everyone in my family down to the last grandchild), I found my whole life is detailed in this one app. With the Equifax debacle possibly exposing us to what could be more information stolen than I could of imagined, I realized everything they had and more could be found in 1Password. So I wrote support for advice, but found in their webnotes that I'm safer on every level than I could have hoped for. Its like this team put all their own lives in here and said let's build a fort, then built a fort around that, and so on. The only way anyine is getting into this app and my information, is by finding where I have my Master Password hidden just in case. I know this review is too long, and I'm gushing, but again after Equifax, at last I can believe in something.
This App Stinks
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?!
You must have 1Password to use the internet
1Password should be required for you to get a license to use the internet. If this were true most internet security problems would disappear. But it only works if you use it and use it properly. I’ve had a family account for about 5 years and this app completely secures both my business and personal life. I can’t say I use it daily, because I use it hourly. I read through some of the one star reviews to try and understand why someone would do that to 1Password. Looks to me that most were at fault for their own problems. 1Password can’t reset your password if you forget it, they don’t have it it’s YOUR password. And why on earth would they let you set the mobile app to be unlocked until the next time the phone is powered off? That’s insane! Your phone is the most public facing and easily stolen device you have. Oops! Someone just got access to ALL your passwords. You can’t fix stupid but I think 1Password is doing a pretty good job at securing its users precious information despite the users best efforts to the contrary. If you take password security seriously (as you should) purchase a subscription to 1Password, you won’t be disappointed.
Indispensable Tool in the Internet Age
I have been using 1Password for several years and, quite frankly, it is the 1st application I load on any new computer or device. All of my internet account passwords are maintained by this application (and service) and the value provided by 1Password is genuine. All of my account passwords are 20+ random characters and every account has a different password. This is critical for cyber security and 1Password helps me do it. I have used 1Password on multiple iOS devices, macOS computers, and windows computers. Their syncing service is reliable and fast. The inherent encryption of the 1Password vaults (databases) helps keep all of my passwords safe. The ability to have multiple vaults and to share some vaults when using the family or team 1Password sync services also allows me to securely share information between my spouse and myself as well as with my kids. While I hate subscription models for applications that do not provide continuing services, 1Password does provide their robust syncing service along with excellent applications on the platforms they support. The cost for the service is reasonable and, at least for me and my family, one that we find valuable.
A must have app.
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.
I’d be lost without it
For years my password management consisted of a small brown book filled with random passwords, old usernames, a complete nightmare. It worked if I remembered to have it nearby to add info to it. But was useless in the long run. Not to mention completely lacking of any security. If someone got hold of that book..... Ever since I began using 1password my life feels more organized, safe, and in control. I ALWAYS have my phone, and 1Password is always there to help me securely protect the hundreds of credentials I use on a regular basis. Now when I get an alert to change an expiring password, I don’t break out in a cold sweat wondering what should I come up with for a strong password but not too difficult for me to remember, I actually look forward password creation!.. with this amazing app I can automatically create 20+ character passwords that I (or anyone else) would never in a million years recall. Best part is I know where all my “secret” stuff is located. And in case my phone blows up I have a back up in my Dropbox. I tell everyone I know to get and use 1Password so they too can be liberated from the mentally challenging world of secure log ins.
Won my family password manager “tournament”
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.
I’ve used 1Password since 2016 and have about 400 unique logins at this time. It’s a simple and intuitive product that can create and save complex, unique passwords. But it can also elevate to whatever your particular security concerns demand. If you want your passwords available on every browser you use, you can store your password vault with 1Password and use a browser extension. If you don’t want to store your vault with 1Password, you can store it on iCloud or Dropbox instead. If you don’t want your vault on the cloud at all, you can store it locally and sync it between devices whenever you want. I have not found this level of flexibility mixed with such a simple, functional interface in any other password manager. Without disparaging other products, they either all store your information on their servers by default or require significantly greater effort to keep your information local. I started with just a Mac trial and have since purchased a premium license on Mac, Windows and iOS. Simply put, it’s a great product that’s frequently updated. I can’t recommend another password manager more highly.
I've been pretty hesitant to take the plunge into using a password manager of any type. On some level, I just think it's lulling me into a false sense of security like Anti-virus programs. That being said, my memory just isn't what it used to be and so I did a lot of research and found 1Password so I thought I'd give it a shot. So far, I'm not at all disappointed. It stores IDs for me, logins, passwords, CC info, you name it, I use it within the app. I only recently bought my first iPhone and Apple for the most hasn't been in my life. So, one thing I wanted in a PW Manager was sync capability with my Windows laptop. Long and short of it, the two work well with each other so I purchased the full version for each. It initially took me some figuring out (I just down deep hate to read manuals), how to sync them, but once I integrated my Dropbox account it was a cinch. I'm still skeptical about the security of password managers, but I'm happier using one that does what I want. A last word for AgileBits. Please don't tinker with 1Password. When you have something that works, it doesn't need improvement, and I become loyal. Ball's in your court so don't screw it up.
Beyond exemplary customer service
I have loved this app mostly because it makes me feel safe and able to manage my innumerable passwords, but also for its ease of use. As often happens when starting to use a product, I wasn’t thinking of what would happen if I ran into trouble with it later. Luckily for me, their customer service is beyond exemplary. I have had little glitches (something I messed up) in the past, and they always helped quickly. But this time I had a headscratcher issue where the browser, the website server and virus protection met in a perfect storm, and the 1Password team, namely Tully, stuck with me and walked me through every step of the long troubleshooting way, their instructions always precise and detailed for the non-techie I am (even when referring to processes that weren’t directly related to their app). Clearly they did their research and put themselves in my shoes. I am deeply grateful. Without them, I would have given up AND been (mistakenly) panicked about the integrity of my data. I think this kind of customer service would make the app worth buying even if it weren’t as awesome as it is!
Great app but editing is terrible!
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!
No. 1Password - Password Manager does not seem very safe to us. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 25,460 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.4/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for 1Password - Password Manager Is 19.5/100.
No. 1Password - Password Manager does not seem legit based on our analysis. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 25,460 1Password - Password Manager User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for 1Password - Password Manager Is 19.5/100.
1Password - Password Manager works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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