I had 1Password long ago, and suddenly they started charging for updates. "Oh, this update is so monumental, we had to make you pay for it again." Well, I'm not really that impressed with the "improvements," and in fact it's a LOT harder to use from a browser. for example, I have many old passwords that need updating. I USED to be able to edit them right from the exention. Now, I get to be taken to website, where I get to edit one by one. The edit and delete buttons are on opposite sides, it takes many steps to remove or revise passwords, and usually Chrome has the correct ones stored anyway. Oh, and good luck trying to use 1Password on your Droid phone: it will ask you over and over to enter your 1Password passcode before trying to find your password, which is usually outdted anyway. See above.
I am a member under my sisters subscription, however, 1password has been charging me monthly for a year. I recently discovered this and cancelled my subscription. There has to be a better way to navigate the app so that mishaps like this don't happen when a customer is already under another persons subscription. Furthermore, the app is ridiculously overpriced for a monthly subscription that I did not realize I was paying for almost a year. I have not been using the app for over 4 months, so it is a waste of money.
Get it. It's awesome!
I have been paying for 1Password 7 since they first took away the 1-time paid plans (even though I had paid for 1Password years before). Since then, I have not been able to complete an update. A pop-up says "Unable to close 1Password." I have completely shut it down, and shut down my browsers. I have deleted and reinstalled 1Password multiple times. 1Password has been a solid, functioning app for a long time, but after this month I am going to shut down the absurdly expensive subscription I've been paying for an app I can't update. It's not THAT good and there are plenty of other options.
This app, is the only one I trust for password management. I love that I can generate passwords and add new fields. It's easy to add passwords and search for ones I need. A few enhancements I'd love to see: ______________ SSO support Some services use org level SSO, apple, google, etc. It would be nice if I could turn a login into a SSO that could then be referenced from other website logins. This would also make the password reused warnings meaningful. Currently, I add a note and enter a SSO password for multiple entries. ______________ Password criteria fine tuning. Different websites have different restrictions on which special characters can be used, but there isn't a way to exclude them in the generator. You can manually modify them, however, so it's not that big of a deal, but it would be convenient to be able to click on certain characters to enable or disable them quickly in the generator.
I get how a subscription is viable for cloud sync integration features, but I just want to keep passowrds saved locally and maybe sync through my own icloud account. I paid fover $50 or the previous version, which does not seem like it will get M1 support. So I vested myself into something i need to get out of.
I paid more than $50 to own this app a few years ago. Suddenly my account is frozen and my passwords are read only. The app says I must subscribe to get back in. I recieved an email one day before this happened. This sudden change is unacceptable extortion. I've asked for access for one more day and customer support stopped answering my emails.
I've been using 1Password for many years, and it's absolutely worth the price. All my passwords are available on all my computers and mobile devices. It's easy to create a new password for every account. The browser integration is good (not perfect, but better than anything else I've heard of). Along with backing up regularly and encrypting my hard drives and backup drives, it's the best security measure to take.
This used to be the best password manager around and I have used it for years until now. They have ruined it totally. It is nearly unuseable. It is overly complex and support is basically arrongant too. I cancelled my account and moved to another password manager to supplement KeyChain. I believe in security, but one also needs to get stuff done and not spend all your time tending broken software.
Once again Agilebits bites the hand that feeds them, deciding to drop full licensing. You've got hulu, netfilx, disney - dozens of subscriptions - impossible to keep track of them all. Agilbits is adding to this mess. Are they hoping you will forget to cancel? Now that they support the M1 mac there is very little reason to ever upgrade - everything needed in a password manager has been included for years. Consider moving to Apple's free version by storing your passwords in you keyring. I've enjoyed 1Password but it's time to say goodbye