What does this do that 1password doesn't do already?
Heh. I laughed.
I've been a 1p user for a really long time and I thought this design was a little nicer, personally. I'm more interested to see how the security stacks up / is similar / is different.
I don't like the 1Password browser extensions. I'm curious to find out if this one is any better.
Just curious, what specifically don't you like about the extensions?
It looks OK—considerably better than say LastPass—but it's slow. Not so slow that it's unusable, but enough to make it feel like an inconvenience. I just want my login details to be autofilled as I hit the page, not browse through menus and watch animations.
However I was told, just after I ditched 1Password a few months ago, that autofill is or will become available in the extension. I'll have to revisit, because if that's the case, I'm probably switching back.
I used lastpass before and I hated the extension, it would just append itself to the top of the body and push everything down, depending on the site, it often caused layout issues.
1Password extensions are not doing anything like that. Also, if we're talking LastPass, I did try it recently and it is not causing any issues either.
It's been a couple years since I last used it
I feel worried when I put my password in a free product :/
Actually it is free for 10 items, then you have to pay for unlimited uses.
I'm curious how could this compete with the already amazing 1Password besides the pricing difference.
For one, 1password has a monthly subscription, which blows. I'd rather pay $60 upfront and have it forever, not have it hold my data hostage for a recurring fee.
I'm using built-in Safari password manager, and it's awesome – tight integration with iOS, autofill and suggested passwords on sign-ups. Smooth and seamless.
This is totally true. Keychain is so nicely integrated into just everything from macOS to iOS, any different password manager does not really make sense.
Yes, on the surface I agree. But I often open apps and need to put the password in, and it's much easier to find it by going to 1Password app than going into settings>Safari every time I need to look up a password. Until keychain autofills app log ins I'll keep 1password.
Also, I often work with client passwords and having 1Password to categorize passwords for my clients by title really helps organization as well. Keychain just uses login and password to categorize.
You guys can also checkout our free / open source password manager :) https://github.com/buttercup-pw/buttercup