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1Password - Password Manager and Secure Wallet

By AgileBits Inc.


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1Password: the password manager that's as beautiful and simple as it is secure. Simply add your passwords, and let 1Password do the rest. *Try 1Password free for 30 days, then keep going with a subscription.*

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1Password remembers all your passwords for you, and keeps them safe and secure behind the one password that only you know.

◆ Create strong, unique passwords for all your online accounts
◆ Fill usernames, passwords, credit card numbers, and addresses into websites right from your browser
◆ Sync your information to all your mobile devices and computers
◆ Share passwords securely with your family or company
◆ Unlock with a single tap using Touch ID


1Password is for more than just passwords: it’s the ideal place for financial information, personal documentation, or anything you need to keep secure and accessible.

◆ Store information in more than a dozen categories: logins, credit cards, addresses, notes, bank accounts, driver licenses, passports, and more
◆ Organize your information with tags and favorites
◆ Quickly look up passwords in your menu bar using 1Password mini
◆ Use advanced search to find and filter your information
◆ Create multiple vaults to keep different areas of your life separate
◆ Upload secure documents and view them from anywhere
◆ Add custom fields to your items to store security questions, extra URLs, and any other information you can think of


1Password uses end-to-end encryption, so your data is only ever decrypted offline. The encryption keys never leave your device, and you are the only one who can see your passwords.

◆ Get Watchtower alerts when a site you use has been compromised
◆ Use Security Audit to improve weak and duplicate passwords
◆ Benefit from advanced phishing protection when you use 1Password on the web


1Password for Mac has full support for team and family accounts. It’s never been so easy to share the simple security of 1Password with those you work and live with.

◆ Add all your accounts — family, team, individual — and see all your information in one place
◆ Easily move information between accounts
◆ Share passwords, documents, and more with teammates and family members


Get a 30-day free trial when you install 1Password, and subscribe at any time using the in-app purchase.

Your subscription lets you use 1Password everywhere. Your data syncs securely and automatically between your devices, and can also be accessed on the web. Learn more at


1Password has been highlighted in The New York Times, GQ, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Verge, Ars Technica, Mashable, and The Guardian.

◆ Recommended in Apple's "Apps for Getting Things Done" Guide
◆ Named One of The World’s Greatest 100 Apps by Business Insider
◆ Inducted into Macworld’s App Hall of Fame
◆ Received an Ars Design Award


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What's New in Version 6.6.3

Good day, fellow 1Password-ites! Today's update brings with it some wonderful little quality-of-life improvements and fixes. As always, stay safe and stay secure. Cheers!

If you're looking to contact us directly be sure to drop us a line at @1Password on Twitter or on Facebook at If you have questions or need support just pop on over to and we'll point you in the right direction.

## Improved
• Updated our translations with the latest from our incredible translators on Crowdin.
• The Account Key is now called your Secret Key.
• When setting up a new account, the main window no longer briefly shows a Read-only button. {OPM-4811}

## Fixed
• Fixed the search field and sort menus so they are always enabled. {OPM-4153}
• Repaired the ability to copy an item's title in edit mode. {OPM-4759}
• Addressed an issue where the Export All menu item was disabled if you had no items selected. {OPM-4243}
• Fixed a case where the Export menu items were disabled when there was only one vault. {OPM-4896}
• Resolves an issue in 1Password mini that would require two clicks to trigger the pop-up menu on certain fields. {OPM-4609}
• Third party app data is now regenerated upon unlock to ensure that 3rd party tools have the latest data. {OPM-4827}
• Fixed an issue where, in some cases, the frozen account warning would appear spontaneously. {OPM-4845}
• Fixed an issue where the header for the Folder section would allow you to drop an item on it. {OPM-4816}
• Resolved a crash when editing items on 10.12.1 due to an issue with the Touch Bar application programming interfaces.


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Customer Reviews

Used To Be Great, Now Not So Much

6.6.3: Can’t help but get the impression that these “quality of life” improvements and fixes are less about improving the product and more about hiding negative reviews from annoyed customers.

6.6.2: As of this release they've stopped marketing standalone licenses and begun “strongly encouraging” all of their users to climb aboard their subscription hamster wheel. Whereas eight months ago AgileBits representatives were unequivocal that they’d continue selling standalone licenses, today they won’t even confirm whether that’ll be an option beyond the 6.x release cycle. In short, they appear to be turning 1Password into a second-rate Lastpass or Dashlane clone.

At this point there’s no longer any good reason for anyone to give these guys money. If you prize cross-device portability you can get a superior user experience from the aforementioned competitors, which are purpose-built cloud-based solutions. On the other hand if you cherish data security and think storing password data in the cloud is a form of insanity, AgileBits is all but advertising that it doesn’t care about your business anymore.

I knew this was coming!

Like other reviewers noted, I became suspecious of the developers intentions that they want us to move our passwords to their servers a few months ago. This has nothing to do with subscription income. Two great apps that I use, Bear and Sparkle, charge a monthly or annual fee for the Pro features and support iCloud Sync. I suspect that the trend of migrating to proprietary servers, which now includes many task/tp do and note taking apps, has more to do with harvesting and selling (and who knows what else) user information. Just take a look at the exploding number of FREE apps (passoword, tasks, notes, .. etc) that all require the use of their online services or sync servers. Google anyone? I will continue to happily pay for my apps, including subscription fees, as along as these apps are regularly updated and support iCloud sync. 1Password once was the best app of its kind; now it is time to move on to a more trustworthy app.

Paid Standalone Customer: Very Confused About the Future By New Subscription

Updated (2017): I am very choosy about paying for software myself but I "get" tech (whatever that means) on a basic level and therefore happily paid for 1P on any device I used.

But... this subscription model is going to rub ppl the wrong way. Particularly for folks I've recommended it to (so many people) over the years who simply will not pay a monthly charge for this class of app. I'm talking about folks who reuse passwords and whatnot... young ppl and baby boomers who missed the boat, etc.

Yes, security is a small price to pay, but dude, you're "competing with free" for tons of customers who will happily use terrible competitors apps (or nothing) to avoid paying anything. I have to believe the app devs can find a better solution than a $4-$7/month fee. Yikes. That seems high.

I am going to permanently suspend my recommendations for this app because this subscription strategy has robbed me of my certainty in its future.

No thanks devs.

Original Review (2015): This is a must have app. I don’t know what people without password managers do...

Thanks devs!

1Password - Password Manager and Secure Wallet
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  • Category: Productivity
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  • Version: 6.6.3
  • Size: 45.9 MB
  • Languages: English, Afrikaans, Arabic, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
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Compatibility: OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor

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