1Password, the password managing tool was founded in 2006. Today we're going to look at an overview of 1Password as an tool & company. Join us!
1Password recently reported a milestone revenue of $150 million.
Look at the table above to see how 1Password's revenue went higher with each new year.
In the 2021-2022 period, 1Password managed to raise $30 million new revenue.
1Password's recent valuation rocketed to $6.8 billion (2022).
So far, we're aware of two official 1Password valuations. Aside from 2022's valuation, you can see how 1Password was worth $2 billion in 2021.
In 2022, 1Password was worth $4 billion more than the year before!
1Password has raised a total of $920.1M in funding over 3 rounds. Their latest funding was raised on Jan 19, 2022, from a Series C round.
The first 1Password funding round that we're aware of was in 2019, and the latest one was in 2022.
1Password is funded by 36 investors. Matthew McConaughey and Lightspeed Venture Partners are the most recent investors.
Note how there are a few singers in the list of 1Password's investors as well, including very popular names like Justin Timberlake and Pharrell Williams!
1Password has acquired 2 organizations. Their most recent acquisition was Passage on Nov 3, 2022.
The two companies that 1Password has acquired are Passage and SecretHub.
1Password users climbed to 15 million+ in the third quarter of 2022.
Ever since 2018, every new year at 1Password meant at least 1 million new users.
Every popular web browser and operating system works perfectly with 1Password.
See the list of apps and devices compatible with 1Password in this table:
These are the most popular names for web browsers and operating systems.
Fun fact: You're most probably a user of at least two of those.
More than 100,000 companies/businesses use 1Password for their password management.
With each new year afte r2018, ther ehave been at least 3 million new companies joining the use of 1Password.
1Password services about 7% of the password management industry’s total number of users.
While this may not sound like a big number, we have to remember how many users (individuals and companies) are on 1Password.
With that being said, we can only think of how large the password management industry really is!
Most of 1Password’s customers come from the United States, with the country capturing 70% of the platform’s total user base.
Followed by the United States, there are 1,2 million users in Canada, with 8% of the total users of 1Password.
Computer Software (17%), Information Technology and Services (11%), and Internet (10%) are the largest industries using 1Password.
The table below shows you the industries and the percentage of users of 1Password.
1Password's hiring spree reaches 811 employees in 2022.
Dave Teare, Natalia Karimov, Roustem Karimov, and Sara Teare co-founded 1password in 2006.
1Password makes money through its subscription packages which usually have a free trial period. There are up to 5 different subscription packages:
There are 5 pricing plans at 1Password. Below you can see a breakdown of all the pricing plans on 1Password.
You get to choose which 1Password subscription you need based on which one suits you and your needs best.
1Password doesn't currently support third-party integrations.
Male users account for 68.36% of the total 1Password user population. The remaining 31.64% is held by their female counterpart.
Source: Similar Web
The largest age group of 1password users is between 25 to 34-year-olds.
Source: Similar Web
1Password is available and accessible worldwide. 1Password is available in every country.
1Password apps and 1Password.com are available in 11 languages:
1Password receives more than 6.1 million monthly active users.
1Password has more than 100,000 Android downloads.
Source: Play Google
Most of 1Password.com's visitors come from the United States and the United Kingdom. The list below shows the most popular countries:
The top traffic source to 1Password.com is direct traffic, driving 75.62% of desktop visits last month, and search is the 2nd with 20.01% of traffic.
Source: Similar Web
YouTube carries almost 37% of the total social media traffic driven to 1Password, being the most popular one on the list.
Source: Similar Web
The average time spent on 1Password.com is 14 minutes.
With a 1Password membership, you can access all your passwords and other items from any of your devices, whether you're online or offline.
1Password makes it easy. You can add the 1Password app to Mac, Windows, and Linux operating systems as well as iOS and Android devices to sync passwords on phones, tablets, and computers.
There's no limit to the number of devices where you can use 1Password. Install it on all your computers and mobile devices to always have your information with you. After everything is in sync, it'll be available even if you need to go offline for a bit.
Yes, Open and log in to your 1Password application. Select File → Export → All Items. Enter your Master Password. Choose the file name, and location, select Include Column Labels and export file format (CSV), and click Save.
1Password subscriptions may be canceled at any time. Your account will remain active until the end of the current billing period, then your account will be frozen. To unfreeze your account, reactivate your subscription. If you cancel during your trial period, you won't be charged.
You have the choice of a subscription or a license for 1PW7. However, for reasons related to the way the App Store works, 1PW7 from the App Store is subscription only, and if you want a license you have to get 1PW direct from AgileBits. It is a paid upgrade if you don't have a subscription.
No, you can access 1Password entirely from the web as a Cloud service (SaaS) using the 1Password.com website.
There is no limit to how many accounts you can have on your 1Password team either.
1Password saves previous versions of items every time you make changes, so you can see previously used passwords or even undo your changes.
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