Rated 4.1 out of 5
4.1 Stars out of 5
- by Bill G, 20 days agoRated 1 out of 5So I bought the software a long time ago, I have integrated it with dropbox, and it it works on my iphone and with Chrome. Somehow this extension does not allow me to integrate firefox with 1password unless I move to their subscription.
Developer responseposted 18 days agoHey Bill G,
This extension requires a membership subscription since it works directly with our cloud service and not with the desktop app of 1Password on your computer.
You’ll want to download and install the good old companion extension instead: https://1password.com/browsers/firefox
If you encounter any issues with it, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll gladly help!
- by swordee, 24 days agoRated 5 out of 5Easily the best password manager out there. The most features, the best interface, etc. The "just works" of password managers.
- by 00x11, a month agoRated 1 out of 5Had annual sub, been using it for 5 months. Out of the blue my master password was wrong. I typed 100% accurate password. Had 95 passwords saved, glad I had fingerprint on my phone enabled so could take picture of my 95 passwords. I do NOT recommend using it as I WAS ABLE TO LOG IN TO APP ON MY PHONE BUT THERE WAS NO OPTION TO CHANGE PASSWORD! WILL NEVER PAY THEM AGAIN.
Developer responseposted 25 days agoHey there 00x11,
While the issue is not related to the extension specifically, we’d love to help you with this! If you still have access to your account on your phone, that’s great news. We’ll most likely be able to help you gain access to your account.
Please email us all the details to email@example.com and we’ll be happy to help.
- by adam@ezra, a month agoRated 3 out of 5Does the basic job well enough, a few pain points though:
- Settings in extension reset after every update
- No option to set default password generation type (I prefer phrases for example)
- I have a fake credit card I use for dev testing but it always confirms before filling on localhost since it's http
- The field popup really interferes with the browser field autofill
- Unsure if this is 1password site or extension but it always is painful to remember where edit and save areHey adam@ezra,
Thank you kindly for the review and feedback here! There are a few things that might make your experience better though:
- The settings of the extension will reset if your Firefox is set to never remember history or clear the cache when you quit the browser, so you can adjust Firefox’s settings accordingly to allow 1Password X to retain its settings.
- The suggested passwords recipe is not changeable, but you can use the fully-fledged password generator in 1Password X instead of these suggested passwords. Simply open 1Password X on the top right corner of the browser, click the big PLUS icon to reveal the menu and select “Password Generator”. There you can fully control the passwords you generate.
- Autofilling credit cards and identities will always trigger a “confirm” prompt, that is a security measure we’ve added recently and has nothing to do with http or your local dev environment.
- You can disable 1Password X’s inline menu from showing up in fields if you’d like to. In 1Password X’s settings, under the “Autofill” section, you can disable the suggestions and inline menu.
- When you edit an item, it opens our web app. The edit button is in 1Password X’s popup, but the “Save” button is on the bottom of the tab that opens. Thanks for the feedback here, we’re hoping to improve this in the future!
- by istrasci, a month agoRated 2 out of 5Will not work in Linux which is where I primarily need it. When I click the toolbar icon, it just gives me a blank moz-extension:// page. Works fine in Windows.Hey istrasci,
1Password X should definitely work in Linux! Sounds like it is having troubles initializing in your browser.
We’d love to help you with this. Feel free to email us all the details to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get on the case!
- by Replic21, a month agoRated 5 out of 5I really enjoy using this, I started using it today because I was getting tired of the FireFox Lockbox and Icloud Keychain, this app seems to work for everything and I really love the addon of the Two Factor auth, which also automaticly fills in your code! amazing, glad to have this and hope to keep it for years to come!Hey Replic21,
We are thrilled that you love 1Password X so much! Indeed, having 1Password as a 2FA authenticator is so useful and easy :)
Enjoy your 1Password and stay safe!
- by smorales, a month agoRated 5 out of 5Genial, soy usuario de 1Password hace ya muchos años y es un excelente gestor de contraseñas, me da mucha seguridad y funciona a la perfección en Firefox.
- by godlessarmy85, 2 months agoRated 3 out of 5This add-on is pretty good for most things and I'd be lost without it. Unfortunately it doesn't work for some major services (like Paypal). It just won't fill the login. This means I have to start the 1Password desktop app and copy paste the information. If this (major) function of the add-on was improved it would be greatly appreciated.Hey godlessarmy85,
1Password X should definitely work on Paypal! We’re not able to reproduce any issues here so we’d like to ask you to email us all the details, that way we will be able to investigate and help you out (or fix whatever may need fixing!).
Before emailing us, please try saving a completely new login on Paypal’s website and see if it works. If it doesn’t, email us at email@example.com and we’ll get back to you ASAP.
- by Firefox user 16190071, 2 months agoRated 1 out of 5Worked great for a while, but now it will not pop up for me when I use the same key combination that worked before. So I have to open the PC app, log-in, and copy weblogins that were previously accessible through 1PasswordX. Seems to have happened with a recent Firefox update. Also, I don't want my passwords and logins saved in Firefox Lockwise, but Lockwise seems pretty impossible to turn off. Very frustrating, making me consider changing to a different browser...Hey there,
Sorry to hear you’re having troubles with 1Password X’s shortcut in your Firefox. By default, it should be CTRL+Period on Windows, or CMD+Period on a Mac.
If that keyboard shortcut doesn’t work for you at all, feel free to email us all the details to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will gladly help you sort this out and any other issues you’re having with 1Password X in your browser.
Looking forward to hearing from you!