1Password is one of my relied on Mac apps. I’ve been a 1Password Families subscriber it was first announced, and I wouldn’t be able to use a device that didn’t support it without much frustration. Between passwords, credit card information, and more, I have come to rely on it so much. It allows me to know that I have a centralized place for housing all of my important (but needs to be secured) data.
1Password 7 was released today, and I’ve been using the betas since day one, so I’ve become quite familiar with it. 1Password, for me, has become as much a service as it is an app. Since I have the subscription, it’s a free upgrade for me. Updates include an overhauled vault design, expanded Watchtower support, local app login support, and much more.
If you have any sort of 1Password subscription, it’s a free upgrade. For those who wish to purchase a standalone license for 1Password 7 for Mac, licenses must be purchased from the 1Password website. Licenses are $49.99 for a limited time and $64.99 after that. If you bought 1Password for Mac after March 27, 2018, you can get a free upgrade to version 7.
Be sure to check out the review of 1Password against other password managers on The Sweet Setup.