Unilicense support for 1Password

I wonder if it would make sense to make 1Password into a unilicense model since people get confused about licenses?

Have a look at ESET for example:
https://eset.com/int/home/unilicense/


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  • primeprime
    edited June 2017

    @wkleem they do with the new model. I have it on Windows, Mac, and iOS and all I needed to do was download, and log in with my account. And I don't have a limit on how many devises I log into.

    Unlimited installations

    Install 1Password on as many computers and devices as you own, whether at home or at work.

    Then this info:

    Award-winning 1Password apps

    Your subscription includes the latest, full versions of the 1Password apps for Mac, iOS, Windows, and Android at no extra charge.

    And this

    Do I need to buy the apps separately?

    No. All our apps and upgrades are included with your subscription. You can download the apps from our site and sign right in to your account. No need for licenses!

    And more info here:
    https://1password.com/sign-up/

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    1Password.com membership in any flavor (individual, 1Password Families, or 1Password Teams) includes access to the latest versions of all of our supported 1Password apps.

    As we're no longer marketing standalone licenses it is very unlikely that we'll be looking to make major changes in that regard.

    Thanks!

    Ben

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