1Password 7.3.2

1Password 7.3.2

1Password is a password manager that uniquely brings you both security and convenience. It is the only program that provides anti-phishing protection and goes beyond password management by adding Web form filling and automatic strong password generation. Your confidential information, including passwords, identities, and credit cards, is kept secure using strong encryption.

1Password fully supports major Web browsers, including Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera. All browser extensions share the same encrypted data which means you never need to manually copy your passwords between browsers or from the password manager to a browser ever again!

1Password has received numerous awards, including 5 mice from Macworld magazine, MacLife Editors pick, and was the Pick of Week on MacBreak Weekly by both Leo Laporte and Merlin Mann.

1Password is also available for and syncs with Windows, iOS, and Android.

What's New:

Version 7.3
Strap in, friends, today’s update is a big one. For the last several months our design and development team has been diligently laboring over every last detail of 1Password mini. Today we are so excited to show off this brand new way to use 1Password within your browser and apps.

Intelligently simplified
When we began working on 1Password mini, there were three things we knew it needed to do really well:
  • Show items that match the frontmost app or website.
  • Fill your passwords, credit cards, and address information into a web page.
  • Generate new passwords quickly and easily.
Each of these tasks was boiled down to its simplest form and then built back up to only include what was absolutely required to quickly, clearly, and efficiently pull it off. A big piece of what makes 1Password mini successful when it comes to filling your information is our "filling brain". Powered by machine learning, 1Password analyzes the web page and suggests the items you're most likely to need on that page - all without your information leaving your computer. What this means is that when you're on a shopping cart page buying that brand new bespoke artisanal handmade coffee cup cozy, 1Password mini will have your credit card ready and waiting for you.

Drag, drop, and roll
In 1Password 7, we gave 1Password mini the ability to recognize certain apps on your system. Whether you are logging into your Adobe account within Photoshop, signing into Discord, or accessing Evernote 1Password will recognize when you're using these apps and offer up their related login information. The number of apps supported by 1Password has grown and with this update we've made it even easier to get your secure information into them. Simply bring up 1Password when faced with a login page in one of your apps to drag and drop your username and password. Once you start dragging 1Password mini smoothly fades out of the way and comes right back after you drop. It is one of the fastest, most secure, and fun ways to get your passwords where you need them.

Search and ye shall find
While 1Password mini probably sees the most use in your browser, it is also the fastest way to get to any of your items. At any point while using 1Password mini, you can simply start typing a search term and 1Password will scan your item titles, usernames, website addresses, and tags to find exactly what you're looking for. On the phone paying a bill? Just type in the name of your credit card and it will show up. Filling out a customs form at the end of an international flight? Search for your passport to jump right to it. How about when you need your child's social security number when you're on the phone with their doctor? 1Password is great for storing all types of information, and with 1Password mini it's all just a few keystrokes away.


  • Title: 1Password 7.3.2
  • Developer: AgileBits Inc.
  • Compatibility: macOS 10.12 or later, 64-bit processor
  • Language: Multilangual
  • Includes: K'ed by TNT
  • Size: 55.84 MB
  • visit official website



Comments 13

iblaqq 1 December 2018 18:45
It doesn't work on mojave,any solutions?
dmx 1 December 2018 19:53
Quote: iblaqq
It doesn't work on mojave,any solutions?

1Password 6.8.9
Mac 4 December 2018 05:33
Quote: iblaqq
It doesn't work on mojave,any solutions?

You have to disable System Integrity Protection to install and open 1Password 7.2.2 on macOS 10.14 Mojave.

Quote: dmx
Quote: iblaqq
It doesn't work on mojave,any solutions?

1Password 6.8.9

1Password 7.1.1 works on Mojave. TNT didn't codesign the application correctly. They've been slacking.
J 25 December 2018 11:21
Safari extension doesn't work.
How can I enable it?
jakeypal 25 December 2018 16:20
Good news: you can install the package even with SIP enabled. Finally!

But Safari extension is absent and not working. Several people on another forum complained that iCloud sync is NOT working either.

Too bad this release is not usable again.
vg484 30 December 2018 21:32
Safari extension doesn't work!!!
Iperzampem0 25 February 2019 13:00
The new version is still working with SIP disabled (or Gatekeeper exclusion via Terminal) and with the need to codesign the app right after installation. Still, iCloud sync isn't working, you can use the WLAN sync instead (I haven't tried Dropbox but it should work too).
jakeypal 25 February 2019 16:32
What about Safari extension support? Or support for other browser extensions?

It's bad that iCloud sync does not work. WLAN sync in the past was very slow and inefficient to replace iCloud sync.

Quote: Iperzampem0
The new version is still working with SIP disabled (or Gatekeeper exclusion via Terminal) and with the need to codesign the app right after installation. Still, iCloud sync isn't working, you can use the WLAN sync instead (I haven't tried Dropbox but it should work too).
Iperzampem0 17 June 2019 12:43
I can confirm that version 7.3 works pretty well, even though there's always an issue with iCloud sync which is practically unusable. At least WLAN sync, folder syncing, Safari extension are all working fine.
neolium 12 July 2019 12:13
Version 7.3.1 is crashing on Mojave while installing :/
dmx 12 July 2019 12:16
Quote: neolium
Version 7.3.1 is crashing on Mojave while installing :/

* Before installing, make sure that the previous version of 1Password is not running (close / close the application completely)
* Mount the image, run the installer and follow the instructions
andrew 17 July 2019 05:55
what is CR2 ? what's the difference?
dmx 17 July 2019 07:20
Quote: andrew
what is CR2 ? what's the difference?

crack releases 2
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