Not OP, but I just came from an iPhone/Windows combo to a new iPhone/Mac combo. My understanding is that Keychain does the exact same thing if you are only using your own iCloud devices, yeah?
I input new passwords in LastPass and let the app update my Apple Keychain. That way I have convenient and seamless access on my various Apple devices (one Mac, one iPhone, one iPad). LastPass is indeed helpful for cross-platform situations as I use it on two Windows PCs (LastPass for Windows Desktop is free).
1password still works better.
also allows for storage of other data types like passports, Social Security Numbers, drivers licenses, financial institution account numbers, insurance policy numbers, loyalty programs, automobile VINs, serial numbers, etc.
There is really no comparison between keychain and 1password, as above. It automatically shows you entries for compromised websites, vulnerable and unused passwords, etc. Makes it easy to manage thousands of entries.1. More Functional UI to manage/update passwords
I went the other way, from Dashlane to 1password. The reason was because Dashlane lost all my logins. This was my experience, others may have a better experience. Yes, 1password is subscription and like many people I hate subscription services but for security I think the small price is worth paying.
You can still use the app without subscribing, you just buy a single license. I got mine for my Mac and we sync my iPhone, iPad, my wife's iPad and iPhone on the local network (our apt's wifi). There is no way I'm going to have my 1P vault on dropbox or google's servers.I stopped using 1Password when they went subscription. There are lots of good alternatives - KeePass, Strongbox, Keychain etc
These!!For those who don’t want to pay a subscription for 1Password, you can still purchase the standalone directly from Agilebits. And for those looking for free, try Bitwarden. it is an excellent app with many features like 1Password has.
damn...you lost your logins? What did you do? So much for their SuperBowl ad. 1Password has standalone license purchase.I went the other way, from Dashlane to 1password. The reason was because Dashlane lost all my logins. This was my experience, others may have a better experience. Yes, 1password is subscription and like many people I hate subscription services but for security I think the small price is worth paying.
I stopped using 1Password when they went subscription. There are lots of good alternatives - KeePass, Strongbox, Keychain etc
they still sell stand alone. The more people buy standalone the more they are likely to keep it around.I have 1password when it was still standalone and it’s really useful. When they went subscription, I held on to the standalone until I had to upgrade, then I bought their gift card, it’s $125 for only $99. I’m on the first year and the gift card will last me about 3 yrs. Maybe after 3 years I might find a better alternative, but for now, it’s 1password and keychain until I use up the gift card.
Great strategy. If I didn't buy into the Secrets applications on both iOS and macOS I believe this was the route I would have gone.. For the odd case of using Windows I have a KeeWeb database that I bring with me. It's not always up-to-date and some irritation can come from that.I'm about to fade out my usage of 1Password. I'm using Apple devices only, so Apple's Keychain is good enough for me when it comes to passwords. Other confidential notes, scans... go into a collection of locked Apple Notes.