1Password for Safari 4+

Fill and save your passwords

AgileBits Inc.

    • 2.1 • 663 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

1Password is the world’s most loved password manager, trusted by millions of individuals and over 80,000 businesses to keep their secrets safe.

== A browser-first experience ==

You can now use 1Password in Safari without installing the desktop app! 1Password for Safari is a completely independent extension that provides full access to 1Password’s capabilities:

◆ Create and store strong, unique passwords for all your accounts
◆ Fill usernames & passwords, credit cards, and addresses on websites and online forms in seconds
◆ Protect your private notes, sensitive documents, credit cards, medical records, software licenses, and more

If you choose to install the desktop app as well, 1Password for Safari integrates securely with it so you can use Touch ID on supported Macs to unlock in an instant. Best of all, when you unlock one, you unlock the other too!

== Secure by design ==

The information you store in 1Password is encrypted, and only you hold the keys to decrypt it. We can’t see your data, so we can’t use it, share it, or sell it.

Learn more about our security model at 1Password.com/security.

== Built for families and teams ==

1Password for Safari supports accounts for you, your family, and your business.

◆ Add all your accounts and choose which vaults you want to see
◆ Easily move items between accounts
◆ Use shared vaults to safely share secrets with your loved ones or team members

== Get automatic security alerts with Watchtower ==

Watchtower monitors your account for vulnerabilities so you can stay one step ahead of any problems.

◆ Get notified if your login credentials have been exposed in a data breach
◆ Highlight weak or reused passwords so you can change them
◆ Identify sites that support multi-factor authentication to help you add another layer of security

==Get started for free ==

Try 1Password free for 14 days, then find the plan that’s right for you or your business. Use 1Password on as many devices as you need, with apps for every platform, unlimited password and item storage, and friendly 24/7 email support.

== The Nitty Gritty Fine Print ==

◆ 1Password can be used in read-only mode without an active 1Password membership.
◆ Privacy policy: https://1password.com/legal/privacy/
◆ Terms of Use: https://1password.com/legal/terms-of-service/

What’s New

Version 2.21.0

- Selecting Open & Fill from the 1Password pop-up is now more reliable.
- The inline menu now works correctly when using the arrow keys to navigate it in Safari.
- The Autofill section in Settings has been renamed to "Autofill & save".
- The Watchtower warning about saving an item in the wrong account has been edited for brevity.
- We've made some design improvements to the tutorial when you first set up the 1Password browser extension.
- We've fixed a performance issue that occurred when you unlocked the 1Password browser extension using the 1Password app.
- We've fixed an issue that caused the "Import Passwords" button to display in the wrong place.
- We've fixed an incorrect link to the 1Password privacy policy during setup.
- Logins now fill properly on epicgames.com.
- Identity items now fill correctly on amazon.com.
- One-time passwords will now fill on the Dutch version of zoom.us.
- One-time passwords will now fill on virustotal.com.
- The data-1p-ignore attribute is now respected in textarea fields.
- We've removed some entries from the list of Configured Websites shown in Safari Settings > Websites > 1Password for Safari.

Ratings and Reviews

2.1 out of 5
663 Ratings

663 Ratings

Bob 868 ,

Version 8 is a step back

Why mess with what works... I used 1Password 7 for a long time and loved it. Version 8 was released and broke so many things, it's a case study in frustrating your users by not leaving good enough alone. Since the version 8 upgrade the Safari extension is constantly asking me to enter my password (version 7 was happy with my touch ID). I get random errors I have never seen before, like "Unable to save" when trying to save a new login, clicking the "Use suggested password" item but it is unresponsive and nothing happens... They also removed a feature I LOVED and used daily: holding alt/option while looking at an item revealed the password - gone in version 8. I wish I could go back to version 7, and I am not the type of person who wants thing to stay the same, I love changes and improvements but from where I stand, I gained nothing from version 8 but lost reliability and functionality I used to love about 1PW. I am only not looking to switch because their successful vendor lock-in. I am too deep into the 1PW ecosystem (installed everywhere) and leaving it behind would cause even more pain than this miserable downgrade they call "version 8".

Developer Response ,

Thanks for taking the time to leave us a review. We're sorry to hear you're not enjoying 1Password for Safari, and we appreciate you sharing your feedback with us. If you reach out to our team at support@1password.com, we'd be happy to work through your concerns and answer any questions you have.

scandelicious ,

I like the new version

I have been using 1Password since 2014 and just upgraded from version 6, so the new version, though somewhat different, has been a much smoother experience for me. I resisted upgrading, especially after reading some of the negativity here, but I liked that I didn't have to dump my old version 6 app and data to upgrade, so I felt confident I could go back if something went wrong or I was simply unhappy with the new version.

To my surprise, the migration process from 6 was easy (though I did have to download version 7 first, but still not a big deal). I realized that Dropbox was having a hard time connecting to my devices regularly, so consequently, I often was missing new passwords if they hadn't been synced. That no longer is the case since everything just syncs flawlessly!

Plus, I love that y'all are taking the time to respond to all of the comments. I'm sure the complications will get worked out, but if you aren't coming from version 7 directly, 8 is a no-brainer!

Developer Response ,

Thanks for this great 5-star review. It's great to hear the upgrade process was easy for you, and that you're enjoying 1Password 8 - we appreciate you letting us know!

NMBAM ,

A formerly great product falls by the wayside

Like many (and perhaps the majority) I used 1PW for many years. I always appreciated how well it worked and how the company had previously committed to a stand-alone product, knowing that we are all getting sick and tired of subscription software. I was a truly loyal customer--I paid for all upgrades and recommended the product. But Version 8 is as bad as others have said, it forces you into a subscription, and the Safari extension seems less intuitive and functional. Because the competitors also trap us with subscriptions, it's hard to know if it is worth switching, but I may do so simply because of my extreme disappointment. There is still a free version from Dashlane and that may be sufficient. I know there will be a developer "response" but it will be a boilerplate reply that will follow this (as it has followed all other reviews) might as well be a bot. Another once customer-focused company and product has sadly disappeared.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for taking the time to try 1Password 8, we appreciate your review and feedback. 1Password Memberships and the platform that powers them helps us create a better, more consistent experience for our customers. You can read more about this in our blog post: https://blog.1password.com/why-we-love-1password-memberships/ With that said, if you're interested in a self-hosted service you’re welcome to let us know your thoughts: https://survey.1password.com/self-host/

App Privacy

The developer, AgileBits Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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