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1Password for iOS Goes on Sale for 44% Off; iOS 8 Update Will Be Free

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With news of a Russian gang stealing over 1 billion internet logins and emails, there’s no better time to secure yourself with a password manager, to help you manage and create unique passwords per login.

Canada’s AgileBits, makers of 1Password, have put their iOS app on sale right now for 44% off at $9.99 (save $8). This is a must-have app that I recommend to everyone first and foremost. The team also noted their upcoming iOS 8 update will be free this fall.

Last month 1Password announced an extension for third-party iOS 8 apps to use, while earlier we saw integration of how Touch ID will be used to unlock the app and credentials (can’t wait for this!).

Click here to download 1Password for iOS (iPhone and iPad) while it’s on sale!

 

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  • Riddlemethis

    Users who have the free older version can upgrade any time for $10.

  • Bailey

    Can’t wait for ios8 update either.

  • Martin

    I don’t remember there being a free older version. Anyway, what you’re suggesting isn’t possible on the iOS App Store.

  • Riddlemethis

    You’re right. What I am suggesting takes about a minute of your precious time to email 1Password support (Agilebites).

    The free version of 1Password is 3.72. Those who have used iOS for a long time would very likely have it. The current version is 4.53.

  • Martin

    The attitude was uncalled-for. I’ve been using 1Password for many years (on OS X, iOS, and Windows), and I still don’t remember a free version for iOS. What I remember is that for a certain period of time, there were 2 or 3 different versions available, at different price points.

    I’m also well aware of what the current version is, thank you very much.

    Anyway, what you’re suggesting, if it’s true, isn’t common knowledge and not something I’ve ever seen mentioned by AgileBits. And how does it work? Do you pay the full price on the App Store, and they reimburse you the difference though PayPal?

    And finally, there really isn’t a need for what you’re suggesting. When 1Password 4 came out, AgileBits was selling it at 50% off to everyone, reducing the price to only $7.99. And those who missed that “upgrade price” could always wait for the next sale if they couldn’t pay the full price for whatever reason.

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