1Password, one of the most popular password managers available, has announced a new subscription plan for individual users. The plan runs $US2.99 ($4)/month and is available for the first six months for free. Traditionally, 1Password was a one-time free of $US50 ($66), but earlier this year the price was bumped up to $US65 ($85). That one-time licence plan's still available, but they're clearly hoping people move over to the subscription service. With the subscription comes a new syncing service that promises more security alongside web access to your data outside of the apps. Considering 1Password's biggest competitor, LastPass Premium, is just $US12 ($16)/year, 1Password is definitely the more expensive of the options. Regardless, if you want to give 1Password's subscription service a try, you can get the first six months for free by signing up right now.
1Password Launches Subscription Plans For $4 Per Month
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