Announcing the Get Secure With 1Password Now But Also Stay Secure This Fall When Our Free Updates Arrive Sale

Ok, so maybe our Director of Naming Sales is still in bed, but that changes nothing: in light of this purportedly massive Russian data breach, now is a great time to get yourself, your friends, your coworkers, and that random stranger you always seem to pass on the way to work more secure online. That’s why we’ve put 1Password for […]

Heads up: Your best defense against the Russian hacker data breach is still strong, unique passwords [Update: And a sale!]

A Russian hacking team claims to have nabbed billions of Logins and email addresses. Fortunately, defending against these breaches is pretty easy with 1Password.

Introducing the 1Password App Extension for iOS 8 apps

Throughout history, the greats have always sought a “holy grail.” The Dude really wanted that new rug. Indiana Jones searched for… well, the Holy Grail. Today, we’re happy to say we built our holy grail: automatic 1Password Logins right in iOS 8 apps. The video embedded here, produced by our fearless co-founder Dave Teare, speaks […]

1Password 4.1 for Android is coming, we extended the freemium date and have a price!

Our free trial experiment with Android is going so well, we decided extend the date a little longer, get some new features ready for v4.1, and we can now announce the in-app price!

1Password 4 for Windows Tip: How to upgrade from the previous version

Let’s face it: the new 1Password 4 for Windows is awesome. Everybody’s upgrading, and I want to make that process as seamless as possible. You can see more details on our upgrade policy and process in this support document, but here’s the cliff notes version. If you purchased in 2013 or 2014, version 4 is free! Nope, not a […]

1Password 4 for Android and Windows are a hit!

June has been quite the month for us! We released 1Password 4 for Android and Windows, and we’re thrilled that you like us. You really, really like us! For the v4 Android debut, Android Central, Boy Genius Report, Lifehacker, and PCMag were excited, with SlashGear saying it “does justice to its namesake.” The Next Web went in-depth with the new version, The Verge […]

1Password 4 for Windows is here

After months of beta testing, a small lake’s worth of coffee, and a possibly illegal number of pizzas, 1Password 4 for Windows is here. The goods This is a huge release for us, as it brings many of our latest features to Windows and a cleaner, more intuitive interface. Windows users can enjoy Favorites, Multiple Vaults, Wi-Fi Sync, and Security Audit, […]

1Password 4 for Android is here

Ladies and gentlemen, 1Password 4 has gone green. Well, ok, we haven’t added solar panels (yet), I meant the other green: 1Password 4 for Android is now rolling out for phones and tablets. It is a brand new app and should be available in Google Play soon as soon as Google’s servers update! This is a fully operational, […]

On iOS 8, App Extensions, OS X Yosemite, and 1Password

Honestly, we’d like to exclaim from atop Yosemite’s cliffs about our excitement for the other Yosemite, iOS 8, and all the incredible things Apple announced during WWDC 2014′s opening keynote. But the great news is we’re actually here, in San Francisco, to learn first-hand about all this amazing new stuff straight from Apple (though the not-so-great news is we’ll have to hold off on the road […]

Password reuse lands Find My iPhone users in expensive hot water

There are plenty of examples as to why friends shouldn’t let friends reuse passwords, but some users of Apple’s Find my iPhone have become the latest omen of why this practice is so dangerous. On Tuesday, May 27, The Verge reported that Apple’s Find my iPhone feature was being used to lock devices for ransom. […]