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Likelihood to Recommend

1Password

1Password should be used to store any information securely, including logins/passwords, credit card and bank information, drivers licenses, software licenses, notes and documents, and many other things. You shouldn't really use the same password for multiple sites, and 1Password is great for generating random passwords, storing them, and making them easy to retrieve. The group plans work great for sharing information between people as well. It really works best on a Mac. I've used 1Password on Windows a bit, and it works just fine, but it doesn't seem to work as well as on the Mac.
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oneSafe

Well suited to password Management and making documents with password protection -- Something that most of their competitors don’t have. You can also have multiple types of passwords (numbers, figures, letters, patterns), which is something nice.
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Pros

1Password

  • Organizes and stores all my login information
  • Generates random passwords with a lot of control over options
  • Integrates well with all major web browsers to allow login autofill
  • Well designed apps
  • Works very well on Macs
  • Good synchronization options
  • Ability to share logins with others
  • Audits login information for problems and alerts you to passwords that should be changed
  • Can store way more than just login information
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oneSafe

  • Cheaper than the competition.
  • Easy to use.
  • User-friendly.
  • Passwords for documents inside the app is a good service!
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Cons

1Password

  • The Windows apps and integration aren't as good as on the Mac
  • Occasional glitches with the browser integration
  • Moving away from the one-time app purchase model and toward subscriptions (which is somewhat understandable at this point)
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oneSafe

  • It has some features that aren’t useful at all. I mean that there are some features that are not used frequently.
  • The Mac prices are a little bit elevated compared with their competition.
  • They should do the UI a little bit more formally.
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Usability

1Password

1Password 10.0
Based on 1 answer
The 1Password app design is top notch, much better than a couple other password managers I've looked at. The app and service are very flexible, allowing for many different types of data storage. The browser extensions generally work very well, allowing for easy access to login information while using pretty much any modern web browser.
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oneSafe

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No answers yet
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Support

1Password

1Password 10.0
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I haven't had a lot of issues with 1Password in the past, but I have browsed the 1Password support forums a bit when I have needed an answer for something. The support staff seems to be very responsive. They seem to respond to pretty much everything posted in the support forums.
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oneSafe

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Alternatives Considered

1Password

The only other password manager that I have actually tried myself if LastPass, and it was quite a while ago. At the time, I was very unimpressed with the design of the app and the website. 1Password has always impressed me with their design. Also, LastPass only offered one way to sync data, via their website. A few years ago, the LastPass servers were hacked. The primary way to sync 1Password now is also via their own online syncing service, but they also offer Dropbox sync and even wi-fi sync for the ultra cautious
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oneSafe

I actually use both, but both have different special features. Of course, the password management is the same, but for example, the in-app document password protection of OneSafe is Amazing. I still use both, just as a backup (you never know when an app could fail).
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Return on Investment

1Password

  • Simplified management & sharing processes, saves time
  • Reduced stress by having a secure platform to save credentials
  • Increased overall password security through the use of complex passwords
  • The guest feature hasn't been as useful given the structure of our vaults, so new contractors are typically added as paid members, which can add up (especially since the membership is billed annually)
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oneSafe

  • It helps to keep our passwords safe and in hand when we need them.
  • Has reduced calls to IT to recover Passwords.
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Pricing Details

1Password

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

oneSafe

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

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