1Password Pro DropBox Sync

There is no trouble distinguishing 1Password from 1Password Pro anymore. With the Pro version you get a single app that works on both iPad and iPhone and over-air Dropbox syncing. That is right. No more funny business with syncing over wifi. The whole thing works seamlessly over Dropbox. My report after a few days, two thumbs up.

21 Comments 1Password Pro DropBox Sync

  1. tesaccounts@mac.com

    Two enthusiastic thumbs up from me as well. It’s nice to know I have access to up-to-date 1Password data on my iPhone and iPad without having to think about syncing over WiFi. In my books, this feature alone is worth the price of admission for 1Password Pro.

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  2. tesaccounts@mac.com

    Two enthusiastic thumbs up from me as well. It’s nice to know I have access to up-to-date 1Password data on my iPhone and iPad without having to think about syncing over WiFi. In my books, this feature alone is worth the price of admission for 1Password Pro.

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  3. tesaccounts@mac.com

    Two enthusiastic thumbs up from me as well. It’s nice to know I have access to up-to-date 1Password data on my iPhone and iPad without having to think about syncing over WiFi. In my books, this feature alone is worth the price of admission for 1Password Pro.

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  4. tesaccounts@mac.com

    Two enthusiastic thumbs up from me as well. It’s nice to know I have access to up-to-date 1Password data on my iPhone and iPad without having to think about syncing over WiFi. In my books, this feature alone is worth the price of admission for 1Password Pro.

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  5. tesaccounts@mac.com

    Two enthusiastic thumbs up from me as well. It’s nice to know I have access to up-to-date 1Password data on my iPhone and iPad without having to think about syncing over WiFi. In my books, this feature alone is worth the price of admission for 1Password Pro.

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  6. adidas26usa

    Agreed, 1Password with Dropbox syncing works like a charm. My only "complaint" is that it creates two separate files in Dropbox for my iPhone/iPad syncing and my two PC’s which are running the 1Password Windows Beta. Hopefully these will merge once it comes out of Beta. 1Password is a great program and saves me a ton of time throughout the day!

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  7. taam.didymos@googlemail.com

    Leaving your creditcard-numbers on cloud and not machine-based (mac / iphone), you are serious that this is a good solution? I would like to hear what your insurance says when your bank account gets hacked and you have to tell them that your data was in a cloud.

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  8. taam.didymos@googlemail.com

    Leaving your creditcard-numbers on cloud and not machine-based (mac / iphone), you are serious that this is a good solution? I would like to hear what your insurance says when your bank account gets hacked and you have to tell them that your data was in a cloud.

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  9. taam.didymos@googlemail.com

    Leaving your creditcard-numbers on cloud and not machine-based (mac / iphone), you are serious that this is a good solution? I would like to hear what your insurance says when your bank account gets hacked and you have to tell them that your data was in a cloud.

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  10. taam.didymos@googlemail.com

    Leaving your creditcard-numbers on cloud and not machine-based (mac / iphone), you are serious that this is a good solution? I would like to hear what your insurance says when your bank account gets hacked and you have to tell them that your data was in a cloud.

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  11. taam.didymos@googlemail.com

    Leaving your creditcard-numbers on cloud and not machine-based (mac / iphone), you are serious that this is a good solution? I would like to hear what your insurance says when your bank account gets hacked and you have to tell them that your data was in a cloud.

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  12. jamie@agile.ws

    David, thanks for the mention about the latest 1Password Pro release. I’m glad to hear the Dropbox sync is working so well for you.

    //

    Tom, you’re absolutely right to be concerned about your data! Here’s why the Agile team and thousands of other users are trusting Dropbox with their data…

    1Password never stores any secure information in plain text on disk. Any time data is saved, it’s encrypted. Decrypted data is kept in memory only as it’s needed.

    Moreover, Dropbox uses SSL to secure your data’s journey from your computer to their servers and stores your data in encrypted form on their servers as well. (They don’t currently let you specify your own encryption key for your data, but that is something that they are supposedly considering.) So, your data is encrypted twice. If you use something like iDisk, your data is not encrypted on the server.

    All that being said, you should be 100% comfortable with whatever method you choose to use for syncing your data to your iOS devices. If you’re not comfortable with Dropbox, you can continue to use Wi-Fi sync for a completely local solution.


    Jamie Phelps, Code Wrangler
    Agile Web Solutions
    http://community.agile.ws/agilewebsolutions

    Reply
  13. jamie@agile.ws

    David, thanks for the mention about the latest 1Password Pro release. I’m glad to hear the Dropbox sync is working so well for you.

    //

    Tom, you’re absolutely right to be concerned about your data! Here’s why the Agile team and thousands of other users are trusting Dropbox with their data…

    1Password never stores any secure information in plain text on disk. Any time data is saved, it’s encrypted. Decrypted data is kept in memory only as it’s needed.

    Moreover, Dropbox uses SSL to secure your data’s journey from your computer to their servers and stores your data in encrypted form on their servers as well. (They don’t currently let you specify your own encryption key for your data, but that is something that they are supposedly considering.) So, your data is encrypted twice. If you use something like iDisk, your data is not encrypted on the server.

    All that being said, you should be 100% comfortable with whatever method you choose to use for syncing your data to your iOS devices. If you’re not comfortable with Dropbox, you can continue to use Wi-Fi sync for a completely local solution.


    Jamie Phelps, Code Wrangler
    Agile Web Solutions
    http://community.agile.ws/agilewebsolutions

    Reply
  14. jamie@agile.ws

    David, thanks for the mention about the latest 1Password Pro release. I’m glad to hear the Dropbox sync is working so well for you.

    //

    Tom, you’re absolutely right to be concerned about your data! Here’s why the Agile team and thousands of other users are trusting Dropbox with their data…

    1Password never stores any secure information in plain text on disk. Any time data is saved, it’s encrypted. Decrypted data is kept in memory only as it’s needed.

    Moreover, Dropbox uses SSL to secure your data’s journey from your computer to their servers and stores your data in encrypted form on their servers as well. (They don’t currently let you specify your own encryption key for your data, but that is something that they are supposedly considering.) So, your data is encrypted twice. If you use something like iDisk, your data is not encrypted on the server.

    All that being said, you should be 100% comfortable with whatever method you choose to use for syncing your data to your iOS devices. If you’re not comfortable with Dropbox, you can continue to use Wi-Fi sync for a completely local solution.


    Jamie Phelps, Code Wrangler
    Agile Web Solutions
    http://community.agile.ws/agilewebsolutions

    Reply
  15. jamie@agile.ws

    David, thanks for the mention about the latest 1Password Pro release. I’m glad to hear the Dropbox sync is working so well for you.

    //

    Tom, you’re absolutely right to be concerned about your data! Here’s why the Agile team and thousands of other users are trusting Dropbox with their data…

    1Password never stores any secure information in plain text on disk. Any time data is saved, it’s encrypted. Decrypted data is kept in memory only as it’s needed.

    Moreover, Dropbox uses SSL to secure your data’s journey from your computer to their servers and stores your data in encrypted form on their servers as well. (They don’t currently let you specify your own encryption key for your data, but that is something that they are supposedly considering.) So, your data is encrypted twice. If you use something like iDisk, your data is not encrypted on the server.

    All that being said, you should be 100% comfortable with whatever method you choose to use for syncing your data to your iOS devices. If you’re not comfortable with Dropbox, you can continue to use Wi-Fi sync for a completely local solution.


    Jamie Phelps, Code Wrangler
    Agile Web Solutions
    http://community.agile.ws/agilewebsolutions

    Reply
  16. jamie@agile.ws

    David, thanks for the mention about the latest 1Password Pro release. I’m glad to hear the Dropbox sync is working so well for you.

    //

    Tom, you’re absolutely right to be concerned about your data! Here’s why the Agile team and thousands of other users are trusting Dropbox with their data…

    1Password never stores any secure information in plain text on disk. Any time data is saved, it’s encrypted. Decrypted data is kept in memory only as it’s needed.

    Moreover, Dropbox uses SSL to secure your data’s journey from your computer to their servers and stores your data in encrypted form on their servers as well. (They don’t currently let you specify your own encryption key for your data, but that is something that they are supposedly considering.) So, your data is encrypted twice. If you use something like iDisk, your data is not encrypted on the server.

    All that being said, you should be 100% comfortable with whatever method you choose to use for syncing your data to your iOS devices. If you’re not comfortable with Dropbox, you can continue to use Wi-Fi sync for a completely local solution.


    Jamie Phelps, Code Wrangler
    Agile Web Solutions
    http://community.agile.ws/agilewebsolutions

    Reply

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