1Password - Password Manager

1Password - Password Manager

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2012-12-13
  • Current Version: 7.2.7
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 107.19 MB
  • Developer: AgileBits Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
  • Rating Count: 30 810


1Password remembers all your passwords for you, and keeps them safe and secure behind the one password that only you know. 1Password: the password manager that's as beautiful and simple as it is secure. Just add your passwords and let 1Password do the rest. Sign in to websites and apps with just a few taps, and use the password generator to change your passwords and make them stronger. Named a **Best New App of 2018** by Fast Company! Try 1Password free for 30 days, then keep going with a 1Password subscription*. PUT PASSWORDS IN THEIR PLACE ◆ Create strong, unique passwords and memorizable pass-phrases for your online accounts ◆ Fill usernames, passwords, credit card numbers and addresses into websites and supported apps ◆ Access your information on all your mobile devices and computers GET ORGANIZED ◆ Store items in more than a dozen categories: logins, credit cards, addresses, notes, bank accounts, driver’s licenses, passports, and more ◆ Create multiple vaults to keep different areas of your life separate ◆ Organize your information with tags and favorites ◆ Add custom fields to your items to store security questions, extra URLs, and any other information you can think of ◆ Use Spotlight to search for information when you need it STAY SAFE Everything you store in 1Password is protected by a Master Password that only you know. 1Password uses end-to-end encryption, so your data is only ever decrypted offline. The encryption keys never leave your device, and you are the only one who can see your passwords. ◆ Unlock the app quickly and securely with Face ID ◆ Lock the app automatically to ensure your data is protected, even if your device is lost or stolen ◆ Use 1Password as your authenticator: store two-factor authentication codes and access them quickly when it's time to sign in ◆ Get alerts when a site you use has been compromised and you need to change your passwords SHARE WITH TEAMS AND FAMILIES 1Password for iOS has full support for team and family accounts. It’s never been so easy to share the simple security of 1Password with those you work and live with. ◆ Add all your accounts — family, team, individual — and see all your information in one place ◆ Easily migrate information between accounts ◆ Share passwords, documents, and more with teammates and family members TRY FREE Get a 30-day free trial when you install 1Password, and subscribe at any time using the in-app purchase*. Your subscription includes the full 1Password experience for all your computers and mobile devices. Your data syncs securely and automatically between your devices, and can also be accessed on the web. LOVED AND USED BY MILLIONS 1Password has been highlighted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Verge, Ars Technica, Mashable, and The Guardian. We’ve also received many awesome honors: ◆ Named One of The World’s Greatest 100 Apps by Business Insider ◆ Inducted into Macworld’s App Hall of Fame ◆ Received an Ars Design Award We’re proud of this recognition, and we’re even happier that millions of people love and use 1Password every day. We love 1Password and strive to make it the best it can be. Connect with us with us at support@1password.com, @1Password on Twitter, and Facebook.com/1Password! * 1Password.com 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. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. * Privacy policy: https://1password.com/legal/privacy/ * Terms of Use: https://1password.com/legal/terms-of-service/



  • Never forget your master password

    By jethroandhobbes
    Ok password program considering price... used on Apple products.
  • Best password manager I’ve ever used

    By Oinkvin
    1Password is hands down the best password manager I’ve ever used. I’ve tried Dashlane, Lastpass, Keepass, etc. I’ve been a long time Dashlane user and thought it was all I needed until I tried 1Password. 1Password is much more fluid and integrates with iOS a lot better than other password managers.
  • Nice!!

    By Johnny on the Pot
    Very easy to use, works great. Very satisfied.
  • A must have app.

    By chuckcars
    Go for it. Very secure. Learning curve is a little steep and doable. I just works.
  • Crap

    By Travspirit
    Perhaps you are a software engineer or an IT scholar; if not avoid this software. The developers are devoid of “User Friendly” concepts
  • Best PW app I’ve found

    By OregonRider
    Having used SplashID for years (I even bought two lifetime subscriptions - for me & SWMBO) I switched to 1Password. Splash began acting weird & support said “we know about the problem but cannot replicate it”. Wow. 1Password is a massive improvement. It’s easier to use and integrates with my browsers (Firefox on PC, iPhone & iPad). One feature that pushed me over the line is the way that it grabs the logo of a website for its icon. I’m willing to pay an annual subscription for it.
  • Love the security

    By eptechsystems
    Love the security and fingerprint ID on Android; really disappointing that iPhone Xr doesn’t provide for fingerprint ID convenience
  • Excellent app

    By abbasione
    Very reliable app
  • Simply the best

    By ob2k2
    Simply the best - no one else is even close to how great this app is.
  • Overall great but needs some improvements

    By FenderRhodesMark1a
    UX: Can’t find how to search for passwords in mobile app. Since that’s the whole point it should be easy obvious and doable from first screen. Pro’s: 1password is fast and stable. Cannot say this for LastPass. Very much needs better security controls: - allow admins to require two-factor to access 1Password not just report on who has two factor configured - block access from tor and tor networks - block access from rooted devices - block access from known shady regions - globally block password export, or indicate who can export The improved security controls also protects your brand and reputation reducing likelihood of customer compromise which would bring negative PR. In your best interest to improve this. Comparing to competition: LastPass has much better security policies than 1Password, as 1Password essentially has none, LastPass is very impressive in that one area. That said, LastPass is utter garbage in all other respects, UX, stability, support — 1Password wins in those areas.
  • Works how I want it to, and improved all the time.

    By noisetosignal
    That’s it.
  • Syncing issues

    By cheeriegirl
    1Password has stopped syncing instantly between devices. I have an iPad Air2, iPhone X and MacBook Pro — all operating systems are up to date. No matter which device I initially create a password on, it takes almost 30 minutes before it appears on my other devices. In the past this happened instantly.
  • Outstanding

    By Rockymtns
    At 74 I appreciate having a great place to manage passwords. Questions are answered quickly by the help desk.
  • Great product

    By HodyMac
    I’ve been using 1Password for years. I resisted the subscription model for quite a while, but now have the family plan. It works great. Super easy to set up shared vaults as needed.
  • Indispensable app on my Mac, iPhone & iPad

    By munday1
    When major data breaches are happening so frequently, impacting nearly everyone with online accounts at some point, 1Password provides me with the peace of mind of knowing that my most important financial accounts all use the longest, strongest, most random passwords generated and stored in 1Password. In addition to security, it also provides memory, and not having to remembers passwords means not having to reuse passwords. I found 1Password easier to use on my Macs than LastPass, and love that it uses FaceID on my iPad Pro. As long as we’re forced to rely upon usernames and passwords to secure online accounts, I plan to use 1Password as my password manager.
  • Crash crash, never open it, help!

    By RbBtSn0w
    I have login by account. And then crash. Never open it.
  • It’s great

    By Knowledge1978
    Super duper
  • 1Password

    By Dbtinc
    It works! But I have the old copy that’s not subscription-based. I despise subscription software and do my best to avoid it.
  • The best

    By Brent Y.
    I can't imagine what it was like trying to manage passwords without this app. Well done and constantly improving. Worth every penny. Update: Still feel the same way.
  • Upgrade to version 7 ended it

    By Keaco
    The upgrade to version 7 was a disaster, not to mention 1Password removing the ability to upgrade existing folders and create new ones was the sinking of the ship for me. As far as I can tell, many others in their blog community are livid at how unorganized the program is now. I absolutely loved their version 4, with the latest “upgrade” I wouldn’t use this program if it were free.
  • Mackloanz Review

    By doinwaitdo
    Just gettin into it, but the more instructions I follow the better it gets...
  • Questionable Business Ethics

    By Neked
    Stay away from 1Password. I bought a stand-alone license for Mac and Windows back in 2011, used it exclusively for my passwords, then after I’ve developed a dependency on the app, they switch their business model to subscription and the old apps are no longer available or work with my license anymore.
  • Great app

    By LaurelMichael
    This is a really great way to keep track of all the passwords
  • Gem of an app!

    By Asil A. Qureshi
    1Password has changed my life. Gone are the days of flimsy re-usable passwords. 1Password lets you generate and store an infinite amount of logins, all for free, without ads. Many iOS apps support 1Password which makes it easier to log into them - no need for copy-pasting your passwords. The browser extensions and desktop apps work well too. The team behind 1Password, AgileBits, has done a remarkable job. Thank you.
  • Excellent password app.

    By spud55r
    Used for a few years now. Could not do without it.
  • Worst customer service AND broken agreemen

    By P-Liddy
    Update: Still pretty darn hard communicating with this company BUT.... Functionality of this app is restored for me. It still works great for the purpose I use it. And I don’t have to pay monthly subscription. I don’t know if it was broken by me, or I just didn’t understand it well enough, but it works now and I’m happy with the resolution. I need to go from 1 star to 4 stars in my evaluation. If it was easier to get in touch with a person to help with issues, I’d be a bigger fan. Several years ago I BOUGHT the app to handle passwords for me. As I recall it was $10 or so. Not expensive, more than most apps. It worked great for a long time. Then, when I tried to buy another copy of the same thing for my wife’s iPad, I couldn’t find anything but a subscription service. I just wanted to BUY the thing, pay for it ONE time and be done with it. You know.... just like 99% of all apps. So I tried to contact them to find this version of their product, not possible - evidently no humans work there....just creatures from the planet FAQ. Then I signed my wife up. Then the started bleeding my credit card for MY copy (which I BOUGHT, not subscribed to. So I stopped my credit card company from going along with this larceny. Then 1Password stopped working for me -all my password information is gone. I suspect they have it in a cloud around planet FAQ, but I can’t see it. I can’t discuss this with them because, you know, they have a no human policy. Maybe you love having a company drain your cash monthly until you die, if so, this is a pretty good password management program. If you like to pay up front and own your software rights forever, this is not for you either. For me, I need to find a competitor of theirs that has a customer service function and allows a direct purchase. There are several to choose from now - more than when I started with them years ago.
  • Still the best

    By zeroin123
    Been using it for years. Still love it.
  • Decent. Missing a few key features that dashlane has

    By shummer-6
    Don’t get me wrong here. 1Password gets the job done, although I can’t help but feel like it’s missing a few crucial features. Missing feature 1: If you are trying to grab a password that doesn’t match the url of the current site you are visiting, you’re out of luck. This happens probably once or twice a day for me where I have to switch applications completely, open up the 1 password app, copy my password, then paste into the box. Kind of a hassle. It creates extra steps. Dashlane doesn’t have this problem as it allows you to use specific passwords on only certain sub domains and allows you to select passwords beyond what your current url is pointing to. Missing feature 2: If you reuse passwords across multiple sites there is a big red box that shows up saying you’ve reused the password. Great. 1Password does not have any automated system to go in and automatically change your reused or poorly secured passwords. Dashlane has this functionality (although it’s not great, it worked ok in my experience). Dashlane also has the ability to hide the fact that you’re reusing the password instead of 1password that shows that ugly red box no matter what. Overall it’s a pretty decent app. I hope that it becomes a little more feature rich in the future or I see myself switching back to dashlane once my 1password subscription expires.
  • Frustrating

    By 72DAS
    Not only do you have to log in to this app every time you want to use it, you must continually update the records it contains. A total waste of time and resources.
  • The best password manager. Period.

    By blurreds
    Trusted for years and keeps getting better
  • Couldn’t live without it.

    By Awesome McUppercut
    Fantastic app and constantly being updated and improved. Love it.
  • Excellent product. But sometimes difficult to customize.

    By Rgfear
    I have been using 1Password for a little over a year now. I find it to be excellent. It has never failed to keep all of my data, or drop an update or change I’ve made. It’s back ups and security appear to be top rate. I’m not an IT guy but this seems to work really well. I went looking for a password manager when my Norton Internet security (provided by my Comcast provider for free) began to have problems with its password manager. Apparently Comcast representatives were unable to solve problems with a product they provided and referred me to Norton. And after many hours on the phone, we Discovered that Norton provided a DIFFERENT version of Norton Internet security to Comcast for their customers. So everything they tried to do did not apply. Kind of sad that neither company could figure out a decent password manager… Anyway, enough harping on the past. 1password has been really awesome. There are some versions for my iPhone, my Internet browser, and directly for my windows PC. And ALL of them sync up together!! I’ll admit I was initially worried that there was no direct customer service number or chat service available; all problems and inquiries need to be sent to 1password via email. However, I have had to send two or three small questions and they have gotten back to me each time in less than 24 hours. Actually very impressive. You may have noticed that I scored this product of four out of five. If one more thing was done this would be a five for me. The company needs to add two things to this product. 1) A place to provide suggestions for future updates without having to send them to the support team. 2) for those of us without an IT degree, a simpler to use and more complete help guide, aka “1Password for dummies” would be helpful. From simple use to syncing up items wirelessly or wired to PC and/or Internet browsers. Most times I’ve been able to look around and find my own answers; and if not technical support support has been awesome and helping me. But I’d really like and easier to understand guide. Overall, thank you for an excellent product.
  • Problems with account frozen

    By Noscut
    After purchasing 1Password years ago it had been working well. Easy to work around limited categories. Enjoyed using it on multiple devices. Just recently the lifetime app froze, and is asking for a monthly fee. Despite multiple requests, I have been unable to get assistance from tech support.
  • Good job

    By penguali
    I m satisfied
  • I’m a little slow

    By Granddaddy13
    It’s taken me a while to get this app under my belt, but having three different devices with different log-in requirements made it a little bit harder! I’m quite happy with this now. Thank you 1Password...
  • Best in best

    By rajinder1990
    Best app
  • Amazing app - everyone should use it.

    By Da snipa masta
    Can’t live without it.
  • Awesome

    By oliver1438
    App is awesome just no words to explain how great it is!
  • Excellent choice for my sanity

    By Rick Zlpxjkyprck
    This app has proven it’s usefulness hundreds of times over the years. Reliable and easy to use. Plus it stores a lot of other useful data like software serial numbers.
  • Hmmm

    By rforgiven
    So far it’s ok. I haven’t dug to deeply into yet. We will see but
  • Can’t Live Without this App!!

    By HappyHP
    I adore this app so much. Can’t live without it!! I love that it stores all my passwords in one safe location and will allow me to access them easily. Thanks so much!!
  • Much improved

    By jgaeddert
    I've been using 1password on the Mac for years and I'm always impressed with their commitment to stay up to date. This latest iOS update is great. 1Password is a breath of fresh air in the world of mobile apps. Well done, agilebits.
  • The way we were..... it was

    By ArcStone
    This was a great app. Now with the change to bloodsucking subscription model, seems to me to add a lot of complexity and hassle for no other reason than to get users on a pmt plan.not cool man. Was not selling the app enough??? Greed. Not good.
  • Indispensable app

    By futuremint
    I’ve used this to manage all of my passwords for years across multiple devices. It is a wonderful invention and will be a contributor to the salvation of all of humanity! :)
  • How do I cancel this subscription.

    By marsirack
    User be aware. There is no easy way to cancel. Shame on you 1Password. Very shady
  • Better & better

    By Billfish1
    Integrated with most apps and websites by now. It syncs across iOS, MacOS, Windows, and Android devices. Makes life easier and online life faster.
  • I can’t sync on iPad.

    By 6(78m
    I can’t sync on iPad. Is this feature gone?
  • Not responding and crashes on iPhone

    By Jeffery Jiong
    Whenever I tried to unlock my vault using Face ID, it will freeze in the login screen and then crash after few seconds. If I enter my master password, it can get in but freezes at there basically before having any responding, if at all. I have reported to the developers with logs generated by the app and they said this is an unknown bug. But it has been months and this is really annoying. I have no idea when they will actually fix that and I guess I will keep giving this rating until this issue has been fixed.
  • Cancel shouldn’t be in the same location as back

    By Holmstar
    When editing a secure note, in order to complete your edit you have to hit “back” in the upper left corner. When you do this the previous screen is displayed. In the same location as the back option is now the cancel option. If you’re not paying close attention it is very easy to hit cancel instead of done. This is a big issue because if you record, say a new pin code in the note, and then set it up on wherever service prior to hitting back and done, then you can lose the note value unintentionally and have to deal with calling someone on the phone to straighten out the whole “I just set a pin code but immediately lost it” mess. Yes, I should have saved it first, but why isn’t there at least a “you have unsaved changes, are you sure?” Check?