1Password 7 - Password Manager

1Password 7 - Password Manager

By AgileBits Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2018-05-23
  • Current Version: 7.9.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 69.75 MB
  • Developer: AgileBits Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.12.6 or later.


Welcome to 1Password 7.0, the greatest password manager ever created. 1Password remembers all your passwords for you, and keeps them safe and secure behind the one password that only you know. Sign up for a 1Password membership and try it free for 30 days. == Put Passwords In Their Place == ◆ Create strong, unique passwords for all your online accounts ◆ Fill usernames, passwords, credit card numbers, and addresses into websites right from your browser ◆ Access your information on all your mobile devices and computers ◆ Share passwords securely with your family or team ◆ Unlock with a touch using Touch ID == Stay Safer With Watchtower == ◆ Be notified when your information has been exposed on a compromised website ◆ haveibeenpwned.com integration identifies passwords known to have been leaked on the internet ◆ Discover websites where you’ve reused the same password so you can make them strong and unique ◆ Find accounts that support two-factor authentication to enable another layer of security == Get Organized == 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 == Built For Families And Teams == 1Password has full support for family and team accounts. It’s never been so easy to share the simple security of 1Password with your family or teammates. ◆ Add all your accounts — family, team, business, and individual — to see all your information in one place ◆ Easily move information between accounts ◆ Share secrets securely with your family or team == Try It Free == Get a 30-day free trial when you install 1Password. Your subscription lets you use 1Password everywhere. Your data is kept up-to-date securely and automatically across your devices, and can also be accessed on the web. Learn more at https://1password.com. == Loved And Used By Millions == 1Password has been highlighted in The New York Times, The Today Show, 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 == We Want To Hear From You == We love 1Password and strive to make it the best it can be. Connect with us at @1Password on Twitter and Facebook.com/1Password! 1Password never prompts you for a review because we value your workflow too much to interrupt it. If you feel generous and have a couple of minutes, please leave a review. It makes a huge difference to us. Thank you in advance. :) == The Nitty Gritty Fine Print == * 1Password can be used in read-only mode without an active 1Password membership. Full access can be enabled with an in-app purchase. * 1Password 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/



  • Horrible company

    By über7
    I've been running 1Password6, which is non-subscription, for quite some time. So I install 1Password7 and run it. Guess what? It updates your 1password database so you CAN'T GO BACK. It forces you to get a subscription!! What garbage!
  • A World of Hurt

    By Sarpent
    Importing data is the first experience most users have with password wallet software, and these folks treat is as an afterthought. If you're trying to import from anything than LastPass or SplashID, you are in for A WORLD OF HURT. In trying to import from mSecure, their own support shows that it's been an issue since 2014. That's 9 years of complete neglect. The 1Password folks refer you to an untrusted 3rd Party conversion app from an untrusted developer that requires that you give it complete access to your Mac's Terminal app and all your passwords. Security is the only reason to use a password wallet and these folks have completely failed at it from step 1.
  • Getting iPhone to talk to Mac is confounding

    By GernnBlanston
    Used the app for years quite happily, but after iphone inexplicably bricked, getting to it pull the password data from my ipad or Mac is apparently impossible. Outdated directions, "secret keys" that I've no clue even existed, nothing seems to work. Sorely dissapointed.
  • It locks constantly and doesn't work with Safari

    By Bill525
    Switched to 1 Password from LastPass. It's so much harder to use (but hasn't been breached, so there's that). Can't get it to work with Safari. Doesn't work with my apps on iOS (LastPass did). But the worst part is that I have to put in my master password at least a dozen times a day. Makes having a password manager not that great. Switching to iCloud Keychain and saving the renewal cost.
  • Rude popups

    By josemceb
    Your popups are flat out RUDE. How dare you interrupt me every, idk, 30 seconds with your aggressive upsell window? I am shocked at your disrespectful user experience. Shame on you.
  • Yes.No.

    By hattrick58
    I purchased the stand alone app some time ago and it works pretty darn well. Of course Agilebits decided to go to a subscription based program and like a sucker, I signed up for the free trial. I didn't subscribe to their fee based subsription plan after the free trial ended, so they froze my 1pasword account. That means it's only available in very limited read only permissions. Yeah, if that's not ransomware, it's pretty close to it. Willim Kiefer
  • Secure Notes Implementation is broken

    By Cromotron
    On the mac app, most of the space displaying a secure note is empty, with the actual text of the note cut off by the top of the window. Super weird. Does not inspire trust.
  • Version 8 is horrible

    By Bad ui
    Serious regression. Generating a new password is almost impossible to find. There are wayyy to many options to choose from at every moment, the whole app was redesigned in a way that feels like they didn't ask a single user if it was better or worse. There is 0 intuitive design here, it's all random feeling all the time. Really sad, I liked v7 and may have to move to a new manager soon because this slows down my day now.
  • Frustrating

    By Dinkman
    Suddenly having difficulty logging in to my account. Email tech support is useless.
  • 1Password

    By [--REDACTED--]
    I'm done with 1Password. I can appreciate that 1Password7 will linger for a while but, ultimately, end of life is up to Agilebits. So it could be gone tomorrow for all we can know and expect. That said, 1password8 took 4 step back. For some unknown reason (a reason i don't really care to hear), Agilebits though it would be wise to pull all support to local vaults "on my mac". I don't remember ever being asked in a survey whether I would miss this feature but nonetheless, Agilebits took it upon themselves to remove it. Next, 1password8 is sluggish on older Macs (eg: Late 2015 iMac). Waiting for it to load is painful. Next, Agilebits is the only password manager that feel they are worth their asking price. They are wrong. Being closed-source must make developers believe they are worth more or maybe it's just a matter of being over-staffed and paying suits the big bucks. That said, I'ved moved on, after 5 years, to greener pastures and am willing to put more of my trust in open source password managing software than a from a company that mimics and exists in a walled garden. 1Password 8 is a huge disappointment. So long Agilebits and thanks for all the vaults.