save more than 20 euros in one of the best password managers for Windows and Mac

1Password is one of the best password managers. At Genbeta we tested it for the first time more than 10 years ago, and we have always recommended it as one of the best options to keep keys and other digital elements safe. The "problem" for many users is that in 2016, the service switched to a subscription model, so many users decided to go for free options.

Today, on the occasion of World Password Day, 1Password give away six months of service if we sign up today from here. The monthly price of 1Password is 3.20 euros if we pay annually, so with this promotion we save more than 20 euros if we decide to pay monthly, since the price is a dollar higher in this modality.

It is not the cheapest option, but it is the one that offers the best applications

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The password manager market is complex because, although initially some services are launched for free, eventually some like LastPass end up cutting important functions if we do not pay. In his case, in February it stopped offering cross-platform users to free users, so you had to choose whether to use it on your mobile or PC.

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In the case of 1Password it is different because to use the service you have to pay for it. There are free and excellent alternatives like Bitwarden, which is also open source and available for Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android, iOS, browsers (Chromium, Firefox, Safari, Opera) and command line. However, no password manager has such good and well integrated applications as 1Password.

Whenever there is a major update on iOS or Android, such as those that allowed Touch ID to be used on iPhones, 1Password is one of the first to implement everything. If you want to know if it is worth paying for it, beyond the 7-day trial that they normally offer, today you can make it last up to six months.

Via | Manu Contreras

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