1Password is the game-changer app you've been waiting for
Updated July 19, 2021

1Password is the game-changer app you've been waiting for

Gary Gray | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with 1Password

  • Hands down 1Password is the single most indispensable applications/services use. As an IT consultant, I have 3,700 passwords/software licenses/credit cards stored in my 1Password database - and without a similarly secure way to manage that data, I'd be utterly unable to do my work efficiently. I've turned countless clients onto 1Password, and it's become an equally vital part of their daily workflow as well.
  • I use 1Password to securely store the assorted data I designed to store and sync it across all my devices (Macs, iPads, iPhones) as well as share 1Password databases with select clients. 1Password will generate unique secure passwords, populate password entry fields on websites, and securely manage it all.
  • Secure. 1Password is a secure encrypted repository for my passwords and other vital information (credit card and banking data, software licenses, etc.).
  • Simple. Once it's setup 1Password just works as you want it to and think it should.
  • Multi-field password entry. It still seems clunky if I have a three-field login where some piece of data beyond a user name and password are needed.
  • Migration from earlier versions of 1Password has been a mixed bag of work necessary to make them work on the newer platform.
  • Quick and easy secure access to my passwords and other vital data.
  • I haven't had to spend time dealing with corporate data breaches because of every on-line account as a unique password.
Last Pass, Apple Keychain. Both are a far cry from the ease of use and functionality of 1Password.

Do you think 1Password delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with 1Password's feature set?

Yes

Did 1Password live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of 1Password go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy 1Password again?

Yes

  • It's 2020, we all have passwords to manage - so everybody is a potential user. The ability to generate unique and strong passwords, and then enter them with a simple keystroke is incredibly useful and far more intuitive than Apple's Mac Keychain app. That it handles other types of data as well, from secure notes to attached files, it can handle whatever you throw at it in an easily searchable database. If you're a member of a team of family, it's effortless to deploy shared vaults that contain only whatever passwords or data are relevant to that specific person.
  • Can't think of any scenario where it wouldn't be useful unless you're not online, don't engage in consumer activities, and it was somehow fifty years ago.

Using 1Password

10 - 1Password is used by everybody in the organization for both password management and storing of information that both need to be secure and readily accessible. From credit card and banking information, to employee information, 1P can handle it all securely and easily. Accounting, HR, marketing, everybody not only uses 1P - they rely on 1P for an easier daily existence.
1P works so well and so easily, that full-time support isn't needed.
  • Secure storage, creation and entry of passwords
  • Secure data storage
  • Easy synch to wireless devices
  • Storing data beyond just the obvious passwords
  • Document attachments for safely storing important data and docuyments
Its simplicity and vast functionality provide a solution to a former pain point for our organization. As long as 1P exists, we'll be customers.

1Password Support

I have had very little need for 1Password support over the years - but when I have, they've given me quick and easy answers.
ProsCons
Quick Resolution
Good followup
Knowledgeable team
Problems get solved
No escalation required
Immediate help available
Support understands my problem
Support cares about my success
Quick Initial Response
None
No. Don't think it's offered, and even if it were, it's not needed.
Yes - Yes, it was fixed in the next beta and pushed in the next stable release.