1Password
1Password
7.4.1

2.9

1Password free download for Mac

1Password

7.4.1
15 November 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 7.4.1:
  • Fixed an issue that would prevent Apple Subscription Receipts from being sent to the server in the correct format. {#4366}

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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
ShotBlocker
18 November 2019
This rating is for how 1Password v7.4.1 FUNCTIONS. It is NOT a rating about the pricing policies. OK, folks. A year ago (see my post of 10/25/18) I had a MISERABLE EXPERIENCE upgrading to v7. I HATED it. A little over a year later, I've done it again. I was forced to by the changes in Safari 13. Long story short, 1Password functions SUPERBLY. It works REALLY WELL. 5 stars well. Is there a LEARNING CURVE coming from v6.8.9? Yes. Is it worth it? I was for me. I looked at Bitwarden, but Bitwarden IS NOT going to support Safari going forward, so that was a WASTE OF TIME. And, if it was JUST ME, I could *maybe* invest the time looking for an alternative -- but my family members DON'T HAVE THE TIME to learn a brand new password manager, no matter how "easy" or "intuitive" it is. And at roughly $5/month for four of us -- for the functionality we get in return, not the least of which is the SEAMLESS SYNCING through many devices, that's a DAMN GOOD DEAL. And I can open 1Password on my iPhone with a TOUCH OF MY FINGER. There is still (still!) a silly, i.e., STUPID, glitch where the v7 updater hangs because it can't knock 1Password mini out of RAM. I had to use Activity Monitor to do the job. Does the average user know how to do that? I hope so. And the update process still leaves that BIZARRE v6 .zip file in your Applications folder, with no explanation. The documentation is still SKETCHY at best -- neither of these two issues are mentioned. You have to get used to "Vaults," in a way you didn't with v6. Your primary vault, paradoxically, is the "Private Vault." (At least in the Families Subscription I use.) What ends up being named the "Primary" vault -- and this is really weird and confusing at first -- is your old v6 vault, and eventually it gets deleted. Also, your v6 "attachments" become "Documents." This is also kind of weird. The parent login of a "document" can click on the document to see it, but once that's done YOU CAN'T GET BACK FROM THE DOCUMENT TO THE PARENT, unless you EXPLICITLY CREATE a "link." This is one of the things I *hated* a year ago -- it's really inexcusable that it hasn't been made automatic -- but OK, I have learned to live with this TOTALLY UNNECESSARY PAIN IN THE NECK. Aside from that the program itself is working REALLY WELL. As with most things Mac, once you get used to the interface, it becomes second nature and, actually, a PLEASURE. (Never thought I'd say that! But 'tis true.) For those of you turned off by subscriptions, I get it. I'd prefer not to have them either, but that's the way the industry is going. Free software, shareware, sorry to say, is going if not gone. Software today is like any other commodity -- buy, lease, rent -- like cars, or life insurance or anything else. It's up to every individual to decide if the price of a given piece of software (which often can be RIDICULOUSLY DIFFICULT to determine these days) is worth it, same as you would a car, house, sweater, computer, or anything else out there on the OPEN MARKET. And by the way, software companies and developers are no more different -- OR "GREEDY" -- than anyone else who offers their wares, skills, or talent on the open market at a given price. They want the best return for the value they provide, just like the buyer wants the best return for the money they spend. This includes me. And you. (Unless you like being paid less than you're worth.) Count your blessings -- you don't like what one company is offering, you have the opportunity to consider and buy another. Capitalism is truly great. Best of all, you can do this with password managers -- as I have. God bless. -SB
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Version 7.4.1
caseyriddell
18 November 2019
wish I could give it zero stars after V.6... Version 7 has made the software useless and ruined my database to allow v.6 on other devices
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Version 7.4.1
Madmacmad
15 November 2019
rip off company
happy we have enough alternatives...
but they make clever marketing to melt the people...
often people pay instead of little work to switch...
that's the building block of the company...
once you are using it... you will not switch so easy...
well happy that there are lot better alternatives with same features or more...
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Version 7.4.1
Maylbu
13 November 2019
I no longer use it. I don't need it. Safari has built in capabilities for password management almost as good. It got bloated and expensive, too much for my personal use
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Version 7.4
awgrin
11 November 2019
After all these years I have owned this product and thought highly of the company I am now very disappointed with this new subscription deal. It's a raw deal.
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Version 7.4
Zarquon
10 November 2019
1Password is the best password manager there is, in my opinion. It is user-friendly, super-secure, and wholly trustworthy. One star deducted for going to a subscription model and hiking the price of the standalone version.
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Version 7.4
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Madmacmad
Madmacmad
15 November 2019
did you check out the other that on market? 1P sucks...
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Version 7.4.1
ocean442
06 November 2019
A great password manager!
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Version 7.3.2
2 answer(s)
brian_ag
brian_ag
13 November 2019
Thanks so much for your review, ocean442! If you have any feedback on how we can improve 1Password in the future, please feel free to reach out!
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Version 7.4
Madmacmad
Madmacmad
15 November 2019
there are much better and cheaper on market... open your eyes ...
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Version 7.4.1
Laurent-Grisel
01 November 2019
An Indispensable app, which works very well.
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Version 7.3.2
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brian_ag
brian_ag
13 November 2019
Thanks for your kind words, Laurent-Grisel! We really appreciate your support!
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Version 7.4
Madmacmad
Madmacmad
15 November 2019
others too... this is way too expensive... they suck!
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Version 7.4.1
reflectivist
30 October 2019
Nothing but a big hassle. Money-grubbing corporate leeches over-complicated this and really F**CKED up loyal users of the past decade. And like ADO*E try to lock everyone into subscriptions, ruining a previously good product. Now you have remember if you have an account with them, a subscription or paid once, whether you got it from the app store or downloaded. For some reason after updating it won't take my old password. And I don't remember if they made it so the password of the old one works or not, so I'm locked out. I have no idea what's going on. All I know was I upgraded for several versions through 6 and had no problem. Now they have a rope-a-dope useless support scenario for an over-complicate fiasco and it no longer works for me and I'm screwed. HEY WHY DON'T YOU JUST INNOVATE A NEW PRODUCT rather than over-engineer and f'up your old thing because that's the only way you know how to make money?
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Version 7.3.2
2 answer(s)
JohnnyFave
JohnnyFave
31 October 2019
Agreed. 1Password has crashed-and-burned. Reminds me of the old days when arrogant QuarkExpress (who OWNED the page layout software market) did the same to their business model / customer base with their overpriced schemes. So many did the unthinkable - they switched to PageMaker / Indesign. NEVER to go back. 1Password pulled a Quark.
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Version 7.3.2
brian_ag
brian_ag
13 November 2019
Hi there, reflectivist! First off, I'm very sorry to hear that you had all of these troubles with 1Password. If you're up for it, I'd love for the opportunity to troubleshoot the sign-in issues that you mentioned. For starters, have you already taken a look at this knowledge base article?: https://support.1password.com/forgot-master-password/#if-you-think-you-remember-your-master-password
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Version 7.4
Macmuser
29 October 2019
One of the Mac's must-have applications. It works well, across all my Apple devices that need passwords. It has a very low annual cost for the ease of use and the money is used by the team to make 1Password even better. Absolutely nothing to complain about. I run the betas and seldom have a glitch but know I can get almost immediate support if I need it. Anyone who complains about the annual fee can just f…err… push off and find something else as good and easy to use as 1P.
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Version 7.3.2
3 answer(s)
reflectivist
reflectivist
30 October 2019
YEAH THERE IS A BETTER PRODUCT: 1PASSWORD6
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Version 7.3.2
brian_ag
brian_ag
13 November 2019
Thanks so much for your kind review and support, Macmuser! I'm so glad to hear that you're loving 1Password!
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Version 7.4
Madmacmad
Madmacmad
15 November 2019
how can i dislike a review that is not true?
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Version 7.4.1
$2.99

2.9

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.12.6 or later
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