1Password is a smart and simple password manager that securely stores all login details passwords, bank numbers, credit card details, software licenses, and other sensitive information.
1Password supports all desktop [Windows, Mac, Chrome] and Mobile [iOS, Android] devices.
Check your email inbox for the 6 digit code.
Copy the code and enter the code on the giveaway page, next set a master password and create an account.
Next, the promo page requests you to provide your credit card details for creating a new account and totally skip this option by clicking on “Create an account and add card later”.
That’s it, download your Emergency Kit PDF file.
Download the app for your desktop and mobile devices from the below links.
- Requires macOS High Sierra 10.13 or later.
For Windows: app-updates.agilebits.com
- Requires Windows 7 or newer.
For iOS: apple.co/2M4VH6I
- Requires iOS 12 or later.
For Android: play.google.com
- Requires Android 5.0 or newer.
1Password X for Chrome: chrome.google.com/webstore
Requires Google Chrome 73 or later.
Install and launch the app, tap “Scan your account details” and visit my.1password.com/apps/. You will find the Setup Code.
If you can’t scan your Setup Code, on the same webpage click ‘Sign in manually’ and get your account details.
You have hundreds of accounts for websites, apps, and services, each one gets a password.
Most of us take something easy to remember such as the dog’s name and use that for everything.
It may be easy, but not secure. If one account were to get compromised, your whole life could turn upside down.
The smart thing to do would be creating a unique password for every account, right?
This may be secure, but it’s not easy at all.
So what do you do?
Write the passwords in a notebook? Sticky notes? Make up a song?
No, what you do is use a smart and simple password manager such as 1Password.
With 1Password, all you need is one password.
The application saves you from many frustrating moments trying to remember
passwords and keep login details safe and secure by encrypting the information.
What the app does is collect all your unique passwords into one super safe place and
locks them up behind something only you know: your one password (Master password).
It’s integrated right in your browser. So when it’s time to log in, just click the ‘1Password’ button and enter the Master Password and you’re in.
Another cool thing:
When you come to a new site that asks you to make a new account.
1Password will generate a new secure password for you and save it where it needs to go.
Next time when you go to that site, hit the ‘Login’ button. 1Password will do its thing, and you’re in.
The app is not just for passwords, it’s for all sorts of information you need to keep safe :
such as bank numbers, credit cards, software licenses, secret files, and other sensitive details.
All locked up where no one can get to them but you with your one password.
And your passwords are with you wherever you are because 1Password automatically syncs between
every computer and device you own.