1Password
1Password
7.3.2

3.1

1Password free download for Mac

1Password

7.3.2
09 August 2019

Powerful password manager; integrates with Web browsers and more.

Overview

1Password is a password manager that uniquely brings you both security and convenience. It is the only program that provides anti-phishing protection and goes beyond password management by adding Web form filling and automatic strong password generation. Your confidential information, including passwords, identities, and credit cards, is kept secure using strong encryption.

1Password fully supports major Web browsers, including Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera. All browser extensions share the same encrypted data which means you never need to manually copy your passwords between browsers or from the password manager to a browser ever again!

Note: price shown in the listing is that of a 1-month subscription. To view other pricing options, go here.

1Password is also available for and syncs with Windows, iOS, and Android.

What's new in 1Password

Version 7.3.2:
New
  • Network Administrators Can Now Tailor the Preferences That Dictate the "Start Automatically at Login" Behavior for 1Password. #4020}
  • It Is Now Possible to Turn Off Two-Factor Authentication for Your 1Password Account From the Preferences Window. #3862}
Improvements
  • You Can Now Collapse and Expand Hierarchical Tags in the Sidebar. #596}
  • When Collapsed, the Sidebar Now Displays a Tooltip for Each Icon Present. #1047}
  • 1Password Account Credentials Stored in iCloud Keychain Will Now Sort Recently Used Accounts to the Top.
  • 1Password Is Now More Fault Tolerant When Reconnecting to the Safari App Extension After Periods of Inactivity.
  • The User Interface Will Now Refresh in a More Pleasing Manner While Importing Items From a .1pif File. #2622}
  • Improved the Stability of Custom Image Manipulation When Darkening a Selected Icon. #3857}
Fixed
  • Fixed a Crash That Could Occur When Using Desktop App Integration. #4057}
  • Fixed an Issue Where the Sidebar Expansion State Was Not Remembered When Sleeping and Then Waking Your Computer. #3762}
  • Fixed an Issue That Would Cause the Empty Item List to Draw Incorrectly When Un-Minimizing the Main Window From the Dock. #3791}
  • Fixed an Issue Where Vault Descriptions Weren’t Saved Properly After Editing. #4022}
  • Fixed an Issue That Caused 1Password Mini to Always Display All Items if the Page in Safari Was Blank. #3908}
  • Fixed a Class of Crashes That Impacted Many Areas of 1Password. {3915, 3914, 3913, 3912, 3911, 3910, 3854, 3881}
  • Fixed an Issue Where 1Password Mini Wouldn't Show if You Tried to Use It While at about:blank in Safari. {3886}
  • Fixed an Issue That Could Cause 1Password to Prompt to Add a File Over and Over Again. #3765}
  • Fixed an Incorrect Layout for Document Items Resulting in Excessive Scrolling. #3868}
  • Fixed an Issue That Could Result in "Hide Search Options" Being Displayed in the Search Options Menu Upon Unlocking 1Password. #3926}
  • Fixed an Issue That Prevented Item Sharing in a Detached Window From Working Correctly.
  • Fixed an Issue Where Secondary Accounts Would Not Unlock After Taking the First Account Through Recovery. {3865}
  • Fixed the Behavior When Hitting the Tab Key to Switch Between the Label and Value Fields When Adding a New Field to an Item. #3695}
  • Fixed a Crash That Could Occur When Fetching Watchtower Updates. #3904}
  • Fixed a Crash That Could Occur When Detaching an Empty Detail View. #3840}
Security
  • User Consent Has Been Reset for the Have I Been Pwned Service With an Updated Security Warning.

Requirements for 1Password

  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.12.6 or later

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Ozron
03 June 2018

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Dave, why aren’t you clear about the fact you’re only selling single user licenses for v7! We’ve supported you for a very long time with a family license, but as this option is no longer being offered, and the cost is now too high, so we’re sticking with v6 which works perfectly well. When it stops working with macOS we will switch. And we are also appalled by your very heavy handed marketing push which is BS. Sorry but it simply doesn’t add up for what you’re charging now.
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Version 7.0.3
Jnsbow
03 September 2019
This version (7) installed on my Mac, asked me to chose a "NEW" master password which I did - then scrambled everything and now won't go find my drop box backup of the old password database and does not recognize my "new" master password.
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Version 7.3.2
1 answer(s)
Viktor
Viktor
03 September 2019
I would suggest referring to 1Password support page - https://support.1password.com or try to contact the developer using their Contact form: https://support.1password.com/contact-us
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Version 7.3.2
Ulyssesric
03 September 2019
Update to 1Password 7 (Mac App Store version) since the Safari Extension complaining about incompatibility with older version, and all my saved data are **READ-ONLY** now. I can on long edit existed records or add new records from the mini agent nor the desktop app, unless I sign up to their service. The help message claimed that you can buy license if you download non-MAS version from their website, so I did. And I searched every corner on their website and in the app and found nothing. So AgileBits is now forcing their user to pay the annual $36 subscription fee, otherwise you can't have the full feature. And the features of existed old application is also disabled, under the excuse of Safari API update, while it is clearly their responsibility to keep updating their less than two years old product. AgileBits just dumped their lifetime paid users. I'm dumping 1Password after 10 years and moving to another password manager. It may take me hours but it's worth it.
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Version 7.3.2
ginger-lindsey
02 August 2019
Fantastic app! I use it daily as both my main browser and my password repository.
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Version 7.3.1
Now that they’ve gone the scumbag route of a subscription model, I’m dumping 1Password after 7 years. AgileBits is now an onerous, ulcerous blight on society.
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Version 7.3.1
agute
06 July 2019
Excellent in function and use and always kept upto date
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Version 7.3.1
mzulgis
04 July 2019
Still patiently waiting to see if Agile has decided to listen to it's loyal customer base who DON'T WANT THE SUBSCRIPTION MODEL. Looks like I'm in for a long wait and tbh my patience is now a little frayed at the edges. Version 7 as is being "offered" is not wanted by current users as is being made perfectly clear by the comments here, so please don't put your popup windows offering this undesirable software on my Mac. Thank you.
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Version 7.3
2 answer(s)
Bytes
Bytes
04 July 2019
Another one that DOESN'T WANT THE SUBSCRIPTION MODEL! Shove the popup AgileBits
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vyvc-1
vyvc-1
12 July 2019
For what it's worth, iOS version 7.3.3 no longer allows creation of local vaults forcing users further into the subscription model. Time to switch to an open source solution like Bitwarden, KeePassXC or the new Firefox Lockwise solution, the latter obviously not cross-browser. But why would you be using Googles invasive Chrome to begin with.
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Jturnerspfld
15 June 2019
I don't see how I could operate without 1Password. Unfortunately, they keep adding new features for power users which complicate things for those of us who are not computer nerds.
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Version 7.3
stephengriffith
05 June 2019
Too Much Money
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Version 7.3
clqdr
01 June 2019
Mozilla has released Firefox Lockwise as extension: https://lockwise.firefox.com/ This will make for an exciting competition. So with that, Bitwarden and KeePassXC there are several open source based alternatives available. AgileBits makes great software, but their marketing moves in the recent 2-3 years have put me off and I am switching. Hiding their single purchase option and pushing subscription is something I do not like and will not play with. The fact that iOS since v12 allows 3rd Party password managers to seamlessly integrate does also help moving away from 1p
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Version 7.3
Dualist
16 May 2019
So, it took me about a half an hour to figure out what I had to do to upgrade to v.7, because it really is not at all obvious if you want a stand alone license. Furthermore, v.7 does nothing to ease the upgrade on your iOS devices, and they will all take reconfiguration to use the new database that is created and stored in a different place. Shouldn't iP do that for you? Where's the incentive to upgrade when it just becomes a giant hassle? I declined to install it based on the potential nightmare lurking in the background. 6 works so I'll stay with that for now. There is no compelling reason to upgrade.
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Version 7.2.6
2 answer(s)
brian_ag
brian_ag
24 May 2019
Hi, @Dualist

My apologies for the delay in getting back to you, and I'm sorry to hear about the issues that you've been having with upgrading to 1Password 7.

When installing 1Password 7 on your Mac or PC, the app should automatically import your items from previous versions of the app, so I'd like to get some more info on the "reconfiguration process" that you mentioned so I can investigate what's going on.

You mentioned that you're sticking with 1Password 6 for now, so please feel free to get back to me if you'd like to upgrade to 1Password 7 so I can make sure that the upgrade goes as smoothly as possible.

Thanks!
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Dualist
Dualist
24 May 2019
From the 1P website (Caps for emphasis are mine): "When you open 1Password 7 the first time, it will convert older vaults to the newer OPVault format. Converting the vault will make a copy of it in a new location, and YOU'LL NEED TO CONFIGURE YOUR OTHER DEVICES TO SYNC WITH THE NEW VAULT."
That is what I was referring to, and why I can't be bothered upgrading.
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