1Password 7 for Mac and Windows

Save your passwords and log in to sites with a single click

4.3/5
About

1Password 7 for Mac and Windows is our biggest launch to date.

- All new design to help you find what you need faster

- Windows Hello and Touch ID with Secure Enclave support to unlock in a flash

- Tight integration with 1Password.com memberships and support for standalone vaults

- Nested tags, 2fa support, Watchtower, and SO much more!

Would you recommend this product?
Software Developer

I have been using 1Password 6 for long time, with an old one time license. Now instead I have to pay monthly for an upgrade that has only UI changes, and something something related to TouchID...

Not very happy.

Pros:

The same 1password, just better UI

Cons:

Requires a subscription, so my 1Password 6 license is not usable anymore

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EE graduate, pursuing a PhD in the US
You can buy a one time license again. I have done this as well. And I don't think it is fair to say that it has only UI changes. You can see a list of all the new features in their website.
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Support @ 1Password
Hey there, Lorenzo! Thanks so much for your thoughts! We highly recommend subscriptions for most customers, but if you're not a fan, no worries! We still offer licenses for 1Password 7. If you'd like to purchase a license, simply click on the license option when launching 1Password for the first time and follow any additional on-screen instructions. Feel free to let me know if you have any other questions! I'm happy to help in any way that I can!
Software Architect

I've been using 1Password for years and it simply keeps getting better with every release. I now have my entire family on a subscription as well, now I just need to make them actually use it 😊

Pros:

Flexible, feature rich and gorgeous password manager

Cons:

Can be hard to understand / use for non-technicals

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Support @ 1Password
Hey there, Anders! Thanks so much for your feedback and support! So we can improve in the future, do you have any suggestions for how we could make 1Password more user-friendly?
$ is not a function

1. They force you to subscribe and almost begging you to remove old vault file after a switch. It's a trap. There's no way back. You cannot export vault back, just plain unecrypted text without attachments. Ha!

Also AgileBits removes all negative related comments at their blog. Love that kind of transparency and openness!

2. The UI is a awful. The previous version was sleek and functional. The new one is busy and full of unnecessary bells and whistles traditional for certain class of expensive and useless utilities.

https://grumpy.website/post/0Q2_... - this is the hilarious example of over-designed marketing bs. The redesign for the sake of redesign, just to justify the switching to the new version.

The Mini is so dense and distractive now, sigh. BTW, they even managed to make its menu bar icon worse. Just look at this ugly antialiasing. Yeah, nice touches!

3. App became sluggish. Try to remove couple items and see what will happen.

4. Cmd+\ combination could not be remapped to the old browser only behaviour. It now interferes with my custom shortcuts in a text editor. I wrote to the support and heard no answer back. Premium support all the things!

5. They removed folders ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

It's a tale as old as time. Something cool becomes worse and worse because of the greedy.

Going to switch back to the 6th version, hope it will be usable for some time.

Do not see why almost everyone is so excited about then.

Pros:

None

Cons:

Became worse in every aspect

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Support @ 1Password
Hey there, Bogdan! I'm really sorry to hear that you've had this experience. Let's see what I can do to help. 1. You're completely right in that we greatly recommend 1Password.com accounts over standalone licenses. They're the most secure, convenient, and feature-rich way of using 1Password. We also understand that not everyone wants an account, which is why, based on user feedback, we continued to support and offer licenses in 1Password 7. If you signed up for an account and would rather switch back to using a standalone vault, no worries! Here’s a nifty guide that should walk you through the steps: https://support.1password.com/cs... 2. Our design team spent months meticulously crafting the new design for 1Password 7, but that definitely doesn't mean that it's perfect. We've been receiving a lot of suggestions and feedback for changes to the UI, both positive and negative, so we really appreciate you sharing your thoughts with us. I'll pass this along to the design team so they'll know your feelings on this. When you say that 1Password Mini seems dense, would you mind expanding on that a bit? I'd love to know what we could improve in the future. 3. One of the focal points for v7 was improving the performance of the apps, so I’m really sorry to hear that it seems like a downgrade to you. Would you be open to sharing your ticket ID with me so I can get some eyes on your request? We can also investigate the performance issue with you in the same conversation. 4. I’m sorry that the keyboard shortcut isn’t your jam. If you head over to your 1Password Preferences, you can change the combination under the “General” tab. 5. Folders are indeed gone, but they’ve been replaced with something better: Tags! We introduced a more flexible and powerful method of organizing your data a while back in the form of tags. As of 1Password 7 for Mac, we’ve upgraded that feature to nested tags. Your standard hierarchical folders are automatically converted to nested tags when you upgrade to 1Password 7. Smart Folders are still available for standalone vaults, but only on the Mac platform. I hope that this helps, but if you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out. We’re here to help!
Director of Product, CrowdRiff

Find a good password manager that's a one-time purchase. Not every app can be a subscription...

Pros:

Password manager is a must, and this is a pretty good one

Cons:

Lousy pricing policy. Subscription model for a product that doesn't get better.

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Support @ 1Password
Thanks so much for your candid feedback, Kurt! 1Password 7 for both Mac and Windows supports standalone licenses if you're not a fan of accounts. If you're still interested, feel free to check out these articles for information about upgrading: https://support.1password.com/up... and https://support.1password.com/up... - I'm here if you have any other questions or concerns!

I have 1Password 6.8. It syncs with iCloud, it works great. I see no benefit to justify paying every month, I would much rather pay one-off upgrade price every couple of years rather than have to budget for a such a small cost every month. Small costs are easy to afford but for accounting they are major headache, especially if there are lots of subscriptions.

Pros:

None

Cons:

Subscription fee

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I can't say enough good about this app. The first thing I install on a new piece of hardware, and just an expertly crafted app for its purpose. Slick, smooth, effective, and safe. Worth every penny
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Head of Marketing at Restream.io

I've used different password managers for the last 5 years. 1Password is the best so far.

Pros:

ultimate sync across all devices. The best so far.

Cons:

has none

Support @ 1Password
Aww... that's so nice of you to say, Victor! Thanks so much!
New Ventures & Products, A+E Networks

I love this password manager.

Pros:

Great new UI, same great core features, continuous improvement

Cons:

None

Support @ 1Password
Thanks so much for the positive feedback, Alex! We really appreciate it! :)

I've used 1Password for many years, for me it's the best password manager out there. I love the ability to use in-app 2FA, as well as the 'Watchtower' function that uses Troy Hunt's 'Have You Been Pawned' database and tells you if one of your accounts has been compromised.

Pros:

Excellent UI, 2FA and Watchtower

Cons:

None

Piloting https://www.upring.com

Nice product

Pros:

Simple

Cons:

integration with google Chrome

Senior Marketing Manager at Tell.ie
1Password is the perfect product for teams juggling and sharing passwords -- and I feel safe using it 🙌