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What's up with all of this 1Password and 1Password Pro B.S.? Do they simply develop a "Pro" version and not have to support or upgrade current users? The "Pro" version is for iOS4 and the "obsolete" version is not. WTF?
Is there another password App that doesn't do this crap?
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is a blogger / app reviewer for the TiPb.com. They use the app like we
Also, even if 1Password wasn't going to get the upgrade, they wouldn't be
the only developers to do this. I would happily pay for the "2nd" version
to app. The apps aren't just upgrades, a lot of them are reworked from the
ground up and a lot of work goes into these apps.
- 07-28-2010, 10:22 PM #17
I am getting a little tired of the App store model of software. Tweaking with Pro, SuperPro, +, and Extreme versions while leaving original versions (and customers) un-supported. Also I hate when stuff I paid for becomes free and gets filled with ads, but that's another issue
- 07-29-2010, 12:10 AM #18
- 08-19-2010, 01:26 PM #19
Ah... just bumped back into this forum. I own 1Password Pro and switched to LastPass several months ago and haven't looked back. Versions for all browsers, serious encryption, no "syncing"
Yes, they do charge an annual fee for their mobile version (1PW does by charging for upgrades)
Try LastPass in your browser and see if you like it, then pull the trigger on the mobile version.
Also, I'm not the only one singing it's praises:
Check their web site lastpass . com and the reviews section
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- 10-08-2010, 04:12 PM #22iPhone Newbie
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Checked out Strip?
Strip has some really nice features as a password manager. It has the most customizable template for designing your own organizational scheme. There's a shake-n-make password generator. Plus it syncs to other devices using Strip Sync. There's also a data vault component for storing sensitive info.
If interested, here's a link: STRIP - Secure Password Manager and Data Vault for iPhone iPod and iPad by Zetetic
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