1Password
1Password
7.4.1

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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
Agrothey
20 January 2020
I loved 1PW6 - and I actually bought 1PW7 and paid for a year. Since I forgot my password to access my 1PW6 data, I asked the programmers for help to transition my data to the new software, and their advice was useless. Utter failure! I stuck with 1PW6 until it did not work anymore (Catalina). Now I rely on other solutions. This was bad!
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Version 7.4.1
1 answer(s)
brian_ag
brian_ag
24 January 2020
First off, I’m very sorry to hear about your experience, Agrothey. Because of how 1Password is designed, your Master Password is never transmitted or stored on our servers. Although this helps to keep your data safe and sound (https://1password.com/security/), it also means that your 1Password data can’t be accessed without it. You mentioned that you already contacted our support team about this but weren’t happy with the conversation. Providing the best possible support to our users is something that we hold dear to our hearts, so I want to make sure that I look into what happened. Would you be able to share your ticket mask/ID from your conversation with our support team with me so I can investigate?
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Version 7.4.1
Jbjoret
17 January 2020
I do not understand the bad reviews at all. This software has been the most valuable one I have been using in years. I even decided to pay subscription for the whole family, not only to support the team to continue developing this great application, but also because it is worth it. $2,99/month is not cheap but the support is the best I have ever had (response within 15 mins on a Sunday !!!). Users might disagree with the subscription price model (check the prices for Photoshop), but that is no reason for giving a bad review on the product.
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Version 7.4.1
1 answer(s)
brian_ag
brian_ag
24 January 2020
Thanks so much for your kind words, Jbjoret! I’ll make sure to high-five our support team for you! :)
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Version 7.4.1
Big77
13 January 2020
Increasingly frustrated with 1Password 7 but it's lots of little things. Like waiting for years and still not being close to feature parity between desktop and mobile versions (e.g. how hard can it be to add "sort by date modified" in the mobile version? -- people have been asking for years!). Or how I never can tell for sure which entry will be highlighted when I go to a site with several entires in 1Password. (In 1PW 6 I actually added stars in front of my most used entires so they'd always be on top. Now in 1PW 7 they are at the bottom.) Or how the view keeps changing -- I adjust column width and it changes back after a while. And in spite of having everything like update-checks and rich icons turned off it STILL tries to contact various agilebits and 1password locations repeatedly. 1PW 6 was great. In my opinion 1PW 7 is a big step backwards. Looks like some features were actually removed (e.g. used to have much finer control over password rules on generated passwords) and family licenses are no longer available. And like others, I agree: the day the stand-alone license is no longer offered is the day I stop using 1Password. There are fine alternatives now.
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Version 7.4.1
1 answer(s)
brian_ag
brian_ag
24 January 2020
Hi there, Big77! Thanks so much for sharing your detailed feedback with us! I’m sorry to hear that you found 1Password 7 to be frustrating, but I’ve gone ahead shared your thoughts with the rest of the team. Hopefully we’ll win you back in the future, but we greatly appreciate you giving 1Password a shot!
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Version 7.4.1
BlackMacX
02 January 2020
I have been a long, long user of 1Password and initially resisted the subscription model; but I finally decided that, if you want good software and want to encourage a company to both become stable and create a solid platform for users to buy into, the subscription model makes sense. I purchased the family subscription and having two adults and a child old enough to understand the how and why's software like 1P is needed, it is a bargain. The app did have its issues early on in v7 and this is why I held off moving, in part. But now that I have, I enjoy the ease with creating shared vaults and knowing that it is backed up to the cloud is reassuring. I do understand that 1P v7 has some issues with filling in passwords at times; but have found most to either be issues not of their making (ergo, the site one tries to log into has updated/changed things on their end) or are quickly fixed. If you want to use 1P, do so, if you don't, that's fine too. That said, if you want good, secure software, you can either purchase the 1Password app via the subscription model, or as they do have, the single license version as well. It was never taken away (though it was hard to find). Just my two cents and thoughts.
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Version 7.4.1
1 answer(s)
brian_ag
brian_ag
24 January 2020
Thanks so much for your kind review, BlackMacX! I’m thrilled to hear that you’re liking 1Password 7! :) If you have any questions or any other feedback, please feel free to reach out!
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Version 7.4.1
pasetta
02 January 2020
1password6 worked great. 1password7 has had consistent problems filling in passwords. Tech support told me that I needed to redo all my backups and remove the 1password app from all backups. No backups are on local drives. Why is 1password searching my NAS to do its job? Very disappointed in Tech Support. So according to tech support I need to exclude the app and redo all my backups. No thanks. Version 7 sucks.
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Version 7.4.1
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brian_ag
brian_ag
24 January 2020
Hi there, Pasetta! First off, I'm very sorry to hear that you had this experience with our support team. We pride ourselves on providing top-notch support, so I want to make sure to investigate what happened here. Would you be able to share your ticket mask/ID with me so I can take a look?
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Version 7.4.1
Pirx
22 December 2019
Good software, job well done. I don't experience the Safari issue, because I hardly ever use Safari. The subscription model since 1Password v. 7 is unacceptable. I own a computer, I don't rent it. Why should that be any different for software licenses? There are a number of alternative products, that actually automate the import of data from 1Password. Migration is possible. Same goes for Microsoft and Adobe. I use alternatives, whenever the subscription model is being applied.
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Version 7.4.1
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brian_ag
brian_ag
24 January 2020
Hey there, Pirx! First off, thanks so much for sharing your thoughts with us — we really appreciate it! I understand that you don’t like subscriptions, so allow me to provide some background on our decision to implement them. Before we created 1Password.com accounts, our users were forced to use a third-party syncing service to sync their data between their devices. Due to the technical limitations of using a third-party solution for syncing data, we weren’t able to implement many of the features that we wanted to implement. We also weren’t able to troubleshoot syncing issues as well as we wanted to, given that many of these issues lied outside of our control. Because of all of this, we wanted to create a service that allowed us to provide a better experience to our users, so 1Password.com accounts were born. Since we introduced 1Password.com accounts, we’ve been able to implement great features like Travel Mode, which allows our users to keep their data safe and sound when traveling over international borders, 1Password X, which is our new browser extension that runs solely in your browser and allows Chrome OS and Linux users to use 1Password, and we’ve also introduced accounts for Families and Businesses, which allow our users to simply and securely share items and vaults with each other. All of these features, and more, rely on the infrastructure of 1Password.com accounts, and wouldn’t have been possible to implement using third-party syncing solutions. As great as these new features are, they also come with recurring costs for us. We’re in this for the long-run, and we want to make sure that we’ll be around to keep your data safe and secure for as long as possible. Therefore, we decided that it would be best to charge a fair subscription fee for 1Password.com accounts. This one fee provides you with access to the latest versions of all of the 1Password apps, along with the nifty account-only features that I mentioned earlier. This fee also ensures that we’ll be able to continue to develop and improve 1Password every day for many years to come. I’m hoping that this cleared up our reasoning for you, but please feel free to reach out if there’s anything that we can help you with! Hopefully we’ll win you back in the future, but thanks for giving 1Password a shot! :)
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Version 7.4.1
Greguar
18 December 2019
RIP ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ
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Version 7.4.1
trickyboy
01 December 2019
I upgraded from my many-years v6 license to v7 This app is probably the first app I install when I get a new Mac (not often, hahah). I HATE the subscription way. So thanks to Agile to keep a lifetime license. As others said, there are alternatives to 1Password, starting with the Apple Keychain which is perfectly integrated to Apple products ( and we use only those, anyway). If Agile stops to propose the standalone version, I will quit the ship.
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Version 7.4.1
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brian_ag
brian_ag
04 December 2019
Thanks so much for your kind words and feedback, trickyboy! I'm so glad that 1Password is the first app that you install on your computer — it's quite the honor to hear that! If you have any other questions or feedback, I'm here to help!
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Version 7.4.1
incrzr
28 November 2019
50$ to make it work with Safari 13? No thanks
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Version 7.4.1
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brian_ag
brian_ag
04 December 2019
Hi there, incrzr! 1Password 7 is all set to be used with Safari 13, but due to changes with how Safari handles extensions, it is no longer compatible with 1Password 6. Our VP of Engineering for our client apps published a nifty blog post describing the situation — Feel free to check it out here: https://blog.1password.com/safari-13-is-awesome-upgrade-from-1password-6/ If you'd like to upgrade to 1Password 7 to continue to use 1Password with Safari 13, feel free to check out your upgrade options on our knowledge base: https://support.1password.com/upgrade-mac/ If you have any questions about 1Password or the upgrade, please feel free to reach out!
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Version 7.4.1
W-g
24 November 2019
I have used 1Password for years. Right now I use version 7 and I have several computers (Mac and Windows) plus iPhone and iPad all sharing the same databases. With Catalina, I had to abandon CiphSafe (which is so simple) as it is 32bit. It was a simple matter to create a separate vault for that data (csv export) which I can refer back to as needed. I don't really like subscriptions but tell that to Adobe and MS. I think it is really useful.
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Version 7.4.1
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brian_ag
brian_ag
04 December 2019
Thanks for your kind review, W-g! We really appreciate your long-term support! If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to get in touch!
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Version 7.4.1