1Password is coming to Android on June 10th; app is free through August 1st

1Password is coming to Android on June 10th; app is free through August 1st
If you own an Android device, circle June 10th on your calendar. That is when the 1Password app will be offered to Android users. The app creates strong passwords for every site, and remembers them. The latest iteration of the app, 1Password 4, will be free from June 10th through August 1st. That includes all features of 1Password. After that date, those wanting all of its features will have to make in-app purchases. The current price of the app for iOS is $17.99.

To get in on the ground floor, Android users need to click on the sourcelink, which takes you to the developer's website. There, you can leave your name and email to express your interest in the 1Password 4 app.

If you have trouble remembering all of the different passwords you use, 1Password will do it for you. The new version of the app is full-featured and will work on both phones and tablets. And if there is one thing that we keep learning over the years, it's that security is the number one worry that mobile device users have. With this app, you can use ridiculously complex passwords (as generated by 1Password), and you can let the app remember them.


source: AgileBits via BGR

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11 Comments

1. Sauce unregistered

One of my favorite and most used apps on my iPhone and Macbook. Can't wait to use this on my Note 2.

2. AfterShock

Posts: 4146; Member since: Nov 02, 2012

$18 bucks on iOS? Bahahaha, suiting.

5. Sauce unregistered

18 years late on Android? Bahahaha, suiting. All jokes aside, it was free.. many times.. on iOS. Suiting.

6. AfterShock

Posts: 4146; Member since: Nov 02, 2012

$18 bucks on iOS is par fleecing price, sorry muffin it is what it is.

7. networkdood

Posts: 6330; Member since: Mar 31, 2010

Plus, it seems like a great tool....for the NSA....

8. 0xFFFF

Posts: 3806; Member since: Apr 16, 2014

It is reasonable to presume that all commercial password managers have been co-opted by the NSA. Personally, I would use an open source password manager such as this one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.android.keepass

10. Sauce unregistered

You really think the NSA and its co-divisions need to "spy" on your passwords? Lmao. You're in for a rude awakening if you did.

11. Puponautas

Posts: 7; Member since: May 12, 2014

emm same price will be for Android -.-'

3. sprockkets

Posts: 1612; Member since: Jan 16, 2012

Interesting, and here I'm using last pass instead with a premium account for mobile use.

4. wilsong17 unregistered

i use last pass going to give it a try

9. Cicero

Posts: 1117; Member since: Jan 22, 2014

Come on guys. Use an word editor and keep a file, encrypted, with you and the cloud. So easy.

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