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Editors' Review

The 1Password app from AgileBits securely handles all your passwords, letting you sign in to apps, websites, and services with one master password on your Android phone.

Pros

Just remember one password: The 1Password app for Android can manage your passwords and other frequently used data you use for online accounts -- such as email log-in, credit-card information, addresses, and social security number -- and then unlock apps and services with one master password.

When you sign in to a site the first time, the app will prompt you to save any log-in information. And with a new site, you can create a password or have 1Password generate a good one for you.

Works across platforms and browsers: After you set up 1Password, you can sync and access all your log-in information across Mac, Windows, and iOS, as well as Android platforms through Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge browser extensions.

Secure: LastPass uses industry-standard 256-bit AES encryption to lock down your data.

One price for all devices: AgileBits gives you a 30-day trial to check out its password manager. After that, it's $2.99 a month. For $4.99 a month, you can cover five family members.

SEE: The 5 Best Android Password Managers to Keep Safe Your Passwords

Cons

No free version: AgileBits has to make money. But if you're looking for a free password manager, you should look elsewhere. After the 30-day trial is up, you need to subscribe to 1Password to keep using it.

Bottom line

The 1Password app for Android handles all your passwords and autofill information, letting you log in anywhere with one master password, across every device you use.


 
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Full Specifications

What's new in version 7.0.6

In this update, we've made it even easier for you to enjoy all of the latest features and improvements in 1Password 7 for Android. We've added an upgrade assistant that helps you with converting your standalone vault to a newer format so that you can benefit from enhanced security and even faster syncing when using Dropbox or local storage. We've also eliminated a few bugs and crashes along the way to make for an even smoother 1Password experience.

General

Publisher AgileBits
Publisher web site http://agilebits-software.freecohost.com
Release Date November 15, 2018
Date Added November 15, 2018
Version 7.0.6

Category

Category Productivity Software
Subcategory Other

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Android
Additional Requirements None

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Popularity

Total Downloads 13,624
Downloads Last Week 5

Pricing

License Model Free
Limitations Unlock the full power of 1Password 4 and make changes on the go with a single in-app purchase�?�¢??no subscriptions. Create new passwords, edit existing items, mark items as Favorites for quick access, and more!- Add new items like Logins, Secure Notes, and Identities right from your Android device- Generate strong, unique passwords for every site with our Strong Password Generator- Mark your most-used items as Favorites for quick access- Organize your items into Folders- Customize your items to save everything you need
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