Environment: Win7 64bit, 1Password 18.104.22.1689, Firefox 15.0.1, Android ICS
I've just installed 1Password and am finding my way around. it appears to be architected around a core Windows application and a satellite apps for one or more browsers (Firefox in my case). The Android app has limited functionality but is good enough for the moment - just means that changes must be applied from Windows.
Surely a basic requirement is seamless 2-way synchronisation between changes made in the Windows application and the browser app(s). Changes made in either one should be reliably reflected in the other. In my experience this does not reliably happen. There are obvious problems anyway e.g. what happens if a change in the Windows application are made and the browser app(s) are not active? Or vice versa? Are they queued somehow? Or do they just fail? In my testing both Firefox and the Windows application were running concurrently when changes were made yet sometimes an error was reported and sometimes the sunc simply fails.
This synchronisation issue is no doubt challenging because you are at the mercy of third party software changes. If you had your own browser you would be in complete control - but you are not: People want to run Firefox, Chrome etc. My fear is that updates to people's favourite browsers will occur and that these will render 1Password unusable until 1Password catches up.
Other gripes stem from the origins of 1Password. Why no localisation of input proformas e.g. for banks? Or better still make input proformas editable? Neither do I wish to see vestigial remains of Apple Mac stuff when I'm running Windows.
There is a a lot to like in 1Password but I have serious concerns.