This thread Moving Beyond 1PasswordAnywhere says "Nowadays, almost everyone has a smartphone or tablet that is always with them and can install the free 1Password app and take all their data with them. 1PasswordAnywhere simply isn’t required here anymore."
I'd like to say that this is very disappointing. I use this daily as I frequently use untrusted computers in the library, work, traveling etc. I feel that instead of owning up to the fact that it sucks that this service is coming to an end, the company is taking the stance that its not a big deal since everyone has their own trusted machines on them at all times. Meaning, as of now I cannot use 1password on untrusted machines. Period. My only recourse is to either carry around my own (trusted) usb drive, host my own (trusted) web server (?!), or purchase a monthly service from 1password.
I would like to let agilebits know that I am very disappointed.
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