Ladies and gentlemen, if you haven’t yet experienced the greatness that is 1Password, then now is a wonderful time to jump in. That’s because the well-respected password management tool has gone on sale for a limited time, and is now $34.99—30% cheaper than it normally is.

I think it’s safe to say that most of us at iDB use 1Password, and I’ve personally used it for a number of years. Yes, there are other password management tools out there, and I have experienced many of them. That said, I can unequivocally recommend 1Password as the best tool of them all.

You might think that $34.99 is a lot to pay for an app, especially with how prices for apps have raced to the bottom over the past few years. Personally speaking, I think it’s totally worth it. Not only is 1Password a huge time saver, with its ability to auto complete passwords, generate passwords, and handle 2-factor authentication, it also provides peace of mind with its password auditing tools.

Think about the potential financial or personal impact that you could have from a password breach on one or more accounts. With that in mind, the $34.99, or even its full $49.99 price doesn’t seem like so much.

If you know me, then you know that there are very few apps that I would make a post about when they go on sale. But I use 1Password so much, that I just had to let you guys and gals know.

You can download 1Password for Mac directly from the Mac App Store today, but you better hurry, because the $34.99 sale price is for a limited time. The iOS version is free.

Do you use 1Password? If not, what type of password management tool do you use?

  • Buzz { Light:Year; }

    Just get the app it’s worth it

  • TotallySerious

    I wonder if it will ever go back down to 50% off like it did on the Heartbleed sale..

  • CS

    I tried out the trial version on my Mac and loved it. Syncs together with virtually any device so you always have your passwords. Haven’t purchased it yet because it’s always insanely expensive, but I guess you can’t put a price on security, eh?

  • Tried it enough, grabbing it now 😛

  • Stephaughn Alston

    I’ve been using Dashlane and that seems to work pretty good.

  • y7

    I prefer enpass…it is just as good as 1Password an the Mac app is for free
    The mobile app is just ten bucks

  • markelite

    I used to use 1Password, I’d say they have great interface but I feel more secure on KeePass.