I've used 1Password for years now, and always kept my vault in Dropbox—though now that I'm not paying for Dropbox, and Dropbox limits the devices you can sync on free accounts, that's starting to be a limitation.
Is it worth switching to 1Password's own sync service, or do you sync your 1Password vault with iCloud or any other syncing service? What helped you make the choice?
I use 1password's own syncing service and also use multiple vaults (personal vault and work vault) and i have never experienced any issues, syncing is super fast and reliable.
I was using the iCloud sync for a few years but started experiencing some weird issues when syncing between multiple devices on different systems and networks (personal/enterprise). I also had some issues with other vaults and generally experiencing a bit of a delay between credential updates. Given iCloud's complexity, I switched over to the dedicated 1Password sync/membership service and couldn't be happier! Syncs feel quicker and the platform feels a bit more stable with how it handles the numerous vaults across devices. Plus, the membership cost seems super reasonable given my personal and professional use-cases.
I've been using the 1Password cloud service for about six months. Primarily for sharing secrets with a couple groups in the same company.
Travel mode (to temporarily remove vaults from your device, while going through customs) gets a lot of fans from frequent travelers.
The Watchtower feature, to alert you of potentially compromised accounts in your vaults, is a worthwhile aspect.
I've been using 1Password for years, syncing my vault in dropbox, then Google Drive.
Then last year, I decided to switch to the subscription plan.
Best move ever.
No more hassle or syncing problems. It's super easy to manage your vaults and share stuff. I have the family plan which means I can have a shared vault with many people, super useful.
To me, it's well worth the price.
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