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Get 1Password for iOS or Mac for 50% Off Right Now

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Is your heart bleeding from all the ‘heart bleed’ news yet? Apple already declared their software and services are safe, but other companies haven’t spoken up yet. The best way to protect yourself is to change your passwords.

1Password has just launched a 50% off sale to help you make your heart bleed less! This is a must-have app for any user and it’s the first app I recommend for any new Mac or iOS user.

You can easily create safe and secure passwords plus ‘audit’ existing passwords for duplicates and weak ones. They’re also a Canadian company that has amazing support and definitely worth supporting.

Time to jump on this sale while it’s hot. Last time we saw a 1Password sale that was at Macworld/iWorld 2014 (the Mac version went half off).

Click here to download 1Password for iOS – $8.99

Click here to download 1Password for Mac – $24.99

 

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  • Kirk

    Cool.. I hope this relates to them finally releasing the iOS 7 version soon… I have seen the video previews and it looks tight.

  • My 1/2 cents

    The amount they charge for that app baffles me.

  • It’s definitely a premium app but after using it for so long and the features included…it’s worth it. But yeah I can see it’s not for everybody.

  • My 1/2 cents

    I have the original 1Password…it’s free and it always was free. Then they mysteriously jacked up the price..and not by a few dollars either.

  • Which version do you have?

    Yeah these guys put in a lot of work, I don’t mind supporting them since 1PW is a huge part of my daily workflow.

  • Flaxx

    Why not use LastPass? I pay $1/month for premium version. Yes, encrypted blob is stored at LastPass but I don’t see how that’s any different than 1Password being stored on Dropbox.

  • Personally I haven’t tried LastPass but yes there are other alternatives to 1PW too, like PasswordBox. Even at your $1/month you’re paying that in perpetuity vs a fixed cost of 1Password. It’s great to have choice.

  • Flaxx

    I had 1Password (several versions ago and cannot download it now on iOS). They seem to upgrade frequently forcing you to shell a lot more money. $12/year is much cheaper. Choice is good. I wish keepass was comparable but since it uses .NET and doesn’t have a browser plug in (last time I checked), it’s not really an option.

  • Martin

    IMHO, the apps are worth every penny. It is an indispensable tool I couldn’t live without. It’s simple to use, yet very powerful. And when you have hundreds of accounts/passwords to manage, I haven’t found anything better than 1Password. I would never be able to use extremely secure AND unique passwords for all my accounts this easily without this app.

    On top of that, it allows you to save secure notes, all your software licenses (license keys), credit card info, bank accounts, passports, and a bunch of other stuff. Like I said, these apps are indispensable to my daily work flow (specially since everything stays in sync on my computers and mobile devices).

  • vic

    definitely is a premium, but at first glance what can’t the built in keychain app do that this can? anytime i forget a password i just type the site into keychain, and use the “master” password ie. the system password, and ill find out.

  • sukisszoze

    I have been using it when it was free. This is definitely one of the app worth paying for. Like the other poster said, you can store all kind of stuff on it and have it synced across all devices. I also have PasswordBox but the workflow with 1PW works better for me. It’s nice to support a Canadian company 🙂

  • K.

    This better than assword box?

  • This app integrates with the major browsers and allows you to generate a different random complex password for each web login and save them all in one database. When you get to a website, you just click the 1Password icon and it’ll fill in your info and log in for you (as long as you’ve entered the master password).

    It will also auto-fill credit card information for you with one click if you like, and it auto-locks itself when your screensaver is activated so it’s easy to walk away from your computer knowing all your passwords are secure.

  • wcl@me.com

    Visa card won’t work on iTunes Store due to problems with Canadian banks visa approval system being down …!?!

  • reformcanada

    Is it really worth it? And is it actually safe?

  • MrXax

    Jesus, people normally pay $18 for this thing?!?

  • To put this in perspective, it’s less than a tank of gas. If you’re not using anything, this is a great product and as Gary said, it’s a Canadian company. Some people don’t think twice about spending a few hundred on a different paint colour when buying a new car, or $10 on a bag of popcorn at the movies. $9 for this app…ooohh I dunno, oh can I have a double venti half caff low fat double whip Al Pacino cappuccino and can you sprinkle some cinnamon on top – yes that’ll be $8 please….

    Maybe this $.99 app world has skewed our perception of reality a bit, I dunno. But you often get what you pay for. I remember buying Norton for over $100 for example or Partition Magic for something close to that probably (am I dating myself here?). When I think about all the things I’ve spent money on, the cost of something this useful seems trivial.

  • CD

    Are there ads? I use KeyRing which I back up to my iCloud email. I think it was free, can’t remember. It has ads though, which I despise and avoid at all costs.

  • No ads.

  • Anon

    They have third-party browser plugins (for Firefox) as well as third party iOS apps. I use it daily, and it’s the best free option available.

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