Those who primarily use computers that run on Mac can also avail of a software by the same company called Knox. This software gives you the ability to create as many encrypted vaults as you want, schedule automatic backups, or even reformat USB sticks and other external drives as Know encrypted vaults. This could be a great companion software for 1Password, if you are an Apple user.
If you are interested in taking the software out for a spin, take note that there are free downloads, which are free trials that last up to 30 days, available for your platform of choice. If you want to purchase the software, be aware that prices will vary depending on the number of licenses you require so it is best to use their site’s price calculator if you are planning to purchase multiple licenses. In order for you to get a better sense of 1Password’s pricing scheme, however, please take a look at these prices for 2 licenses, which seems to be the lowest amount you can purchase: For the Mac + Windows bundle, it will cost you $125.98, while it will cost $89.98 each for the Windows or Mac versions. In addition, you won’t have to pay anything in order to download the versions for Android and iOS. Finally, Agilebits, the company behind 1Password, is so confident about the quality of their product that they are offering a 30-day money back guarantee.
In addition to the aforementioned features like Strong Password Generator and Watchtower, 1Password can also store various information that include your credit cards, network passwords, bank accounts, investments, and many more. Moreover, their vault is thoroughly encrypted so your personal information remains secured at all times. It also allows you to create additional vaults which you can then share with your family or team members, for example. Multiple vaults also allow you to organize and separate personal and work login credentials and other information. Finally, the 1Password browser extensions provide easy access to all your information directly within various supported browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera. This software can also automatically fill in website log in pages with the relevant user data, save new login data, and even automatically fill up long, tedious signup forms. This is truly a one-stop-shop password manager software that goes above and beyond its basic functions.
As of this writing, the 1Password website does not offer any traditional way to contact the support team, such as email or phone. You can try to contact them via their Facebook, Twitter, or Youtube accounts, though. Additionally, they do have extensive FAQ and knowledge base sections, as well as a discussion forum, so you might find the answers to any queries you may have regarding the product within these sections.
What's the Verdict on 1Password?
1Password Review 2020 – Conclusion
If you are looking for a robust, secure, and innovative password manager software that can perform the basic functions of such programs, while also going above and beyond them, then 1Password should definitely be on your radar. You can try it out for 30 days, free of charge, if you are still undecided but rest assured that the investment, should you go ahead with a purchase, is absolutely worth it.