Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
1 Password for iOS App Review
You may have used 1 Password before but if you are new to it, it is an app designed to keep all your passwords and other private details in one handy and secure place for you to access at will. It seems as if we are opening new accounts for various sites and services every day and each one requires login information. Chances are, you probably have more than one password as a result as it can be risky to use the same password for everything you do. But of course, the more passwords you have, the harder they are to remember and so 1 Password 4 aims to make this all easier without compromising your security. Recently updated to version 4, 1 Password is available now from the App Store for $7.99 and it has never been better.
In its latest incarnation, 1 Password looks better than ever before with an attractive new design that not only looks good but is also easy to navigate. It has also been gifted with some new features, including an improved setup process. The one password referred to in its name is a master password that unlocks the lock screen and grants access to the app but once you are in it has a lot more to offer than a dumping ground for information. A handy menu provides easy access to Favourites, Categories, Folders, Settings and the app’s own Browser, which you may end up favouring over Safari. With this menu it is always easy to find your way around.
While the name may hint at passwords, you can use 1 Password to store all kinds of information securely and it does its job well enough to give you peace of mind. Whatever personal details you wish to keep on hand but locked away so that only you can access them, there is a place for it here and the different menu options will make sure it is all organised for easy retrieval. Better still, when using the browser, it is a very quick process to grab a password from the app when you need it and paste it in, rather than having to type it all in manually every time so you will find the app speeds up your browsing somewhat as well.
The inclusion of a Favourites folder may seem like a relatively pointless feature but it does in fact make things more convenient. This is a great place to store all the passwords you use more frequently, such as for emails or online banking, and anything marked as a favourite will be there waiting for you the moment you open the lock screen. Categories also speaks for itself and is an excellent way to arrange your data in an easy to find fashion.
1 Password is better than ever now and it will prove incredibly useful if you have a lot of important personal data to store that you also need easy access to. Security is the main priority however and anything you store in it will be nice and safe. Download it soon though as the cost will soon rise to its full price of $17.99.