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1Password introduces $3 per month individual subscriptions
Popular password management app 1Password has released a new individual subscription service for its app suite today. The new plans costs $2.99 per month for full access across multiple platforms. This is cheaper than the $5 per month family plan introduced earlier in the year and brings 1Password at least a little closer to matching the price point of LastPast Premium, which costs $12 per year.
While almost $36 per year might sounds like a lot for managing passwords, 1Password has introduced a few handy extra features this year to justify the price. The app’s fingerprint scanner integration has been improved, there’s a new multi-factor security system, and customers can store up to 1GB of documents online securely. Subscribers also receive all future app updates and upgrades, unlike those who opt for the one-off license option.
As a bonus, new signups and existing customers who switch plans before September 21st 2016 will receive 6 months free. You don’t even need to put a credit card on file, so the company is basically offering a free trial of the software. If you’re interested, hit up this link so sign up.