So I've heard about 1Password before and decided to check it out today. The product pages on the main agilebits website never imply that this is an application that costs money or that the free download is actually a trial. The program itself has no acknowledgement that it's a trial besides a vague "DEMO mode (unregistered)" note in the About section I only discovered after learning about the trial and began trying to figure out what's going on.
Assuming that the desktop apps were free, I installed them on my computers, set them up, and happily paid the fairly low price for the iOS version. Only after looking around a little more while learning to use the desktop app did I discover that I'll eventually be expected to pay for the Mac and Windows versions. For my personal use case, I don't feel that I can justify spending an additional $70 on this software. So what happens when the trial expires? I can't find any information on the agilebits website or even in the 1Password knowledge base. Do I wind up getting locked out of all my accounts because I've used the password generator to replace my passwords with something I can't ever remember without it until I shell out the extra money? I feel completely misled, which is NOT a good thing considering this is a security app I've put all my usernames and passwords into. I believe AgileBits need to add clarifying information on the product pages (https://agilebits.com/onepassword/win and https://agilebits.com/onepassword/mac) near the green download buttons informing users that the download is a trial with the price of 1Password listed. I no longer intend to use the iOS version either and have sent a request to Apple for a refund.