Cloudswave Score for 1Password
Rating based on 29 Critic Reviews
I used a couple different password managers before 1Password. I will never use another different password manager! The user interface and UX for this app are second to none.
Pros : The ease of use is this applications true strength. You will be up and running 1Password in a matter of minutes.
Cons : What Cons? In all seriousness, there are not any cons that I feel need to be called out.
After using 1Password for more than 3 years on daily basis on multiple Macs, PCs and iDevices, I believe I cannot live without it anymore. In addition to keeping your passwords, 1Passwords lets you keep all your password databases in sync using Dropbox, as well as keeping secure notes and software licenses. It also supports fingerprint based login on your iDevices, so basically you don't need to remember any password at all.
Pros : - Seamless integration with all major web browsers - Integration with iOS based devices, with support form most major mobile apps - Hassle-free multi-platform synchronization
Cons : - Browser plug-in sometimes incompatible with dev version of Firefox or Chrome
Damir Duskan, on GetApp
For more than 2 years, I've been a loyal user of the 1Password collection of applications. On Mac OS X, iOS, extensions and more. It's reliable software with hardly any glitches, it's safe and secure and above all easy to use. Works along all platforms, multiple vaults, even shared ones. I can highly recommend using 1Password from Agilebits.
Pros : + reliable, fast and secure + multi-platform + extensions + shareable vaults + team version
Cons : - visually not that strong - on Mac OS X, you need to enter vault key every single time
Chris Roberts, on comparakeet
If you are looking for a robust, secure, and innovative password manager software that can perform the basic functions of such programs, while also going above and beyond them, then 1Password should definitely be on your radar. You can try it out for 30 days, free of charge, if you are still undecided but rest assured that the investment, should you go ahead with a purchase, is absolutely worth it.
Aalastair Dodwell, on Taybridge consulting
1Password makes it easy to save your own bacon. No, it’s not cheap, but then again it’s neat. You can save everything you need to keep safe and easily access it across multiple platforms. Just pay the $50 already and get to it.
Jonathan Garro, on AppStorm
The most popular password manager on the Mac faces stiff competition from Apple's new iCloud Keychain, but new features, enhanced security, and refined visuals help it retain its top spot.
Neil J. Rubenking, on Pc Mag
1Password stores more personal data than most password managers, but only some of that data is available for form filling. It handles password capture and playback well, but differently from browser to browser. It's good, but you can get the same functionality from popular free tools.
Robert L Mitchell, on PC Advisor
1Password is a great solution for Macs - the browser toolbar makes password entry a two-click affair, and the Mac application itself makes it easy to create and maintain passwords, identities, secure notes and other data. However, the browser pop-up in the Windows version, which is still in beta, isn't quite as easy to use as the toolbar in the Mac version, and the 1Password application for Windows didn't let us automatically log into websites by double-clicking on a site, as we could with the Mac version. 1Password lacks key features for anytime, anywhere access. It's not compatible with the BlackBerry; accessing your data on the Dropbox Web site is a clunky, multistep affair; it does not offer the ability to run from a USB key; and you can't create one-time use passwords for logging into your password database.
Randall Sutherland, on TopTenReviews
The ability to conveniently create and access secure passwords is the foundation of any personal internet security. Consider graduating from your manual methods of password management by installing 1Password. In addition to organizing your passwords for access from your computers and mobile devices, it will slim your wallet by storing credit cards and membership cards, and protect your identity by securing bank accounts and legal documents.
Solid functionality, inconsistent user interface however and a little more expensive than one would like.
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