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While the service handles all of the basic functions you would expect from a password manager, it simply doesn't hold up against the competition — especially on non-Apple devices.
There are more-compelling options out there, such as Last Pass and Dashlane.
(They will be restored from the internet once you switch Travel Mode off.) This makes sure that even if your device is compromised — by an overzealous border agent or an "evil maid" in a hotel, perhaps — no sensitive data will be present.
Yet, even on a Mac, a lot of little quirks on 1Password make it just a bit harder to use than the competition.
I was able to install the Android and i OS 1Password apps quickly.
The authentication setup is unusual: You first must download the Emergency Kit from within the desktop application, then either enter your info or scan the QR code found in that document. After this, our mobile app synced up immediately with our 1Password data.
For a one-time fee of .99, Mac users can still purchase a license for a stand-alone, non-subscription version of 1Password from either from the Mac app store or the Agile Bits website.
This is the "old" configuration of 1Password, and it limits you to an on-device vault that you can sync with your other computers using i Cloud, Dropbox, your own Wi-Fi network or a local folder.
There's a 30-day free trial for new users, but after that, it's .88 per year for a single user, or .88 per year for a family plan good for up to five users.(The mobile versions get 30-day trials of Pro features, but those versions will continue to work as single-device password managers if you choose not to pay.) On the desktop, 1Password supports Windows 7 or above and Mac OS 10.10 or later.The browser extension is available for Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge, but you'll have to get the last one from the Microsoft App Store.1Password got its start as an Apple-only application and has carved out a dedicated following in that audience.The company recently made large strides toward bringing its Windows and Android software closer to parity with its Mac OS and i OS apps, but 1Password is still best for users who rely entirely on the Apple ecosystem.