Yes, I use 1password since version #5 for Mac since 8 years or so. It is until now very useful but I recall that I had to buy several time the same versions depending on the way it was acquired : direct on site or through Apple store !
I remembered that I made inquiries to the support of 1password. I never got any help neither any answer…
So despite that I do use 1password everyday, I distrust it strategy. I always remember that I just had to pay for the same product without any explanation. This type of case : being forced to buy the exact same product twice depending on the commercial platform (Agile or Apple store) only happened once in nearly 30 year and this is with 1password.
Yes, I understand that the software company had to deal with the different changes from Apple regarding commercial practices or the way to implement the plugin to sync through a personal network either with Dropbox or eventually with iCloud. It was sometime very complex and difficult. Now the sync works quite well across my devices with iCloud.
I used it with Safari, Chrome and until now on FireFox.
Suddenly a few weeks ago, the plugin on FireFox became obsolete and request a new identification. Because of that I do not use anymore FireFox and I stick to Safari and Chrome for professional uses.
Is this a new way to make me paying for a new subscription ?
Should I then give up on FireFox because of 1password ? And will it be the same soon on Safari and Chrome ?
If it is the case then I will then move the password management toward the Apple system and abandon 1password.
1Password Version: 6.8.9
Extension Version: 188.8.131.52 on Chrome, 4.7.3 on Safari
OS Version: Max OS 10.14
Sync Type: iCloud