1Password - Password Manager

1Password - Password Manager

By AgileBits Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2012-12-13
  • Current Version: 7.2
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 104.28 MB
  • Developer: AgileBits Inc.
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 12.0
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 27,249 Ratings

Description

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 with just a few taps, and use the password generator to change your passwords and make them stronger. Featured on NBC’s Today Show: **Coolest must-have phone apps of 2017**! Try 1Password free for 30 days, then keep going with a 1Password subscription*. PUT PASSWORDS IN THEIR PLACE ◆ Create strong, unique passwords and memorizable pass-phrases for your online accounts ◆ Fill usernames, passwords, credit card numbers and addresses into websites and supported apps ◆ Access your information on all your mobile devices and computers GET ORGANIZED ◆ Store items in more than a dozen categories: logins, credit cards, addresses, notes, bank accounts, driver’s licenses, passports, and more ◆ Create multiple vaults to keep different areas of your life separate ◆ Organize your information with tags and favorites ◆ Add custom fields to your items to store security questions, extra URLs, and any other information you can think of ◆ Use Spotlight to search for information when you need it, fast STAY SAFE Everything you store in 1Password is protected by a Master Password that only you know. 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. ◆ Unlock the app quickly and securely with Touch ID ◆ Lock the app automatically to ensure your data is protected, even if your device is lost or stolen ◆ Use 1Password as your authenticator: store two-factor authentication (TOTP) codes and access them quickly when it's time to sign in ◆ Get alerts when a site you use has been compromised and you need to change your passwords SHARE WITH TEAMS AND FAMILIES 1Password for iOS 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 migrate information between accounts ◆ Share passwords, documents, and more with teammates and family members TRY FREE Get a 30-day free trial when you install 1Password, and subscribe at any time using the in-app purchase*. Your subscription includes the full 1Password experience for all your computers and mobile devices. Your data syncs securely and automatically between your devices, and can also be accessed on the web. LOVED AND USED BY MILLIONS 1Password has been highlighted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Verge, Ars Technica, Mashable, and The Guardian. We’ve also received many awesome honors: ◆ 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 We’re proud of this recognition, and we’re even happier that millions of people love and use 1Password every day. WE LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU We love 1Password and strive to make it the best it can be. Connect with us with us at support@agilebits.com, @1Password on Twitter, and Facebook.com/1Password! * 1Password.com is a monthly service that costs $3.99 for individuals or $6.99 for a family of 5 (prices vary by region). Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase and auto-renews at the same price unless disabled in iTunes Account Settings at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your subscription can be managed in your iTunes Account Settings. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. * Privacy policy: https://1password.com/legal/privacy/ * Terms of Use: https://1password.com/legal/terms-of-service/

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Reviews

  • Stuff I forget. OFTEN AND QUICKLY

    4
    By punk780
    iCloud. Password Oliver72016
  • Doesn’t Sync

    3
    By Stonezfan
    I’ve had this for about a month and it will not sync properly through iCloud. Not interested in syncing through Dropbox. Some of the UI is difficult understand.
  • Used to recommend 1Password until they force to pay monthly

    2
    By DO_NOT_CHANGE
    Several years ago I purchased the 1Password thinking my family could use it. I recommended it to numerous people. Then a friend asked me about the subscription. I was confused. I guess they now force us to pay a subscription. They’ve removed the software and I can’t download the old to get the software to work on my new computer. Looking for another option and 1Password isn’t on my list. Seems everyone wants money and the heck with customer service and loyal customers.
  • Good program but....

    4
    By JBuTu
    The program is very useful and integrates better (in my experience) with browsers. I do think the initial setup is unnecessarily fussy and could be simplified without jeopardizing security.
  • Convenient and safe

    5
    By DiegoSaapp
    I have been using this app for a few months now and it has been great
  • Hand down the best app for the 21st century

    5
    By spike61
    I have gone from having one password to having 1Password and I have never once looked back. Security is so important that I know a few extra seconds it takes to login into an account is so worth having not to deal with any future headaches. The ability to login with my finger print and even the auto fill in a web browser have made my life much more simpler. The pros heavily out weigh the cons and I truly don’t understand how people live without this amazing tool. It’s THE BEST.
  • Excellent Companion App

    5
    By Alexander Shapiro
    This app perfectly integrates my iPhone with 1Password’s service. I can easily fill in passwords in Safari (now it’s even easier with the new keyboard Autofill). The app itself has a good, straightforward design and lets me quickly log in to my accounts with ease. I use their annual subscription service which lets me have all of the desktop apps, mobile apps, and website access. An Apple Watch app is also offered alongside the iPhone app, which lets you choose important passwords which are always ok your wrist. My only complaint here is that for logins with a One-Time Password, the actual username and password are not accessible. You can only see the One-Time Password in big numbers and there’s no way to swipe or otherwise view the whole login. Overall, I definitely recommend the 1Password app whether you’re new to the service of a security-minded veteran.
  • Best by far.

    5
    By ewelch
    Not perfect, but getting there. I’ve been using 1Password since version 1. Nothing else even comes close. Now with iOS giving it access to the system it’s even better. Hands down one of three applications I put on any device I own as soon as I can.
  • Best password app!

    5
    By stupidhead512
    This is the first password application I’ve felt secure using. We use it in my family as well as for business purposes. Very easy, monitoring of weak or reused passwords, etc. Pay for the membership so you can sync it across devices. You won’t regret it.
  • Grape app that builds the bridge

    5
    By JasonTheAdams
    This app and service are very well done. I use it for personal and business purposes. It’s great to be able to easily share and use secure passwords with my wife as well as business team. My only complaint is that in order to use the new password keyboard you have to have an active subscription with them. I paid the $10 for the Pro, but have my passwords in Dropbox vaults. Feels like they’re starting to limit users who aren’t paying for their service, which would make sense if I hadn’t also paid for the Pro app features. Edit: Turns out I was wrong. I just got confused by their instructions and didn’t realize they were saying to open my iPhone Settings app. Maybe they could use icons or a screenshot to avoid confusion in the future. :)

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