We don't have a native Ubuntu app for 1Password right now, and
we don't currently have any plans for one, but allow me to
introduce 1PasswordAnywhere, a secure web application built right
into your data file that gives you read-only access to your
information when you're away from 1Password. You can read more
about 1PasswordAnywhere in 1Password's
user guide. You can also see it in action on our YouTube
I'm going to be switching from Windows to Linux shortly and I've
just got all my passwords in 1Password (and syncing to my work
Windows machine, iOS and Android phones) and would love to continue
using 1Password on Linux... Are there any plans now (I know it's
been less than 2 months) for a Linux version?
Or even just a "addon" for Firefox/Chrome which will allow
access (including writing and editing: something that 1password
I wanted to add a "me too" here. I would love to have the same
functionality that I have in Windows & OS X on Linux. I'd
gladly pay extra to have a license for all three platforms (yes, I
regularly use all of three).
Thanks for the feedback, as Ben said we don't currently have any
plans for a Linux version of 1Password, but that doesn't mean we
If we do ever have a Linux version available, aside from running
1Password for Windows in WINE (which of course won't let you use
the browser extensions), we'll be sure to post details at http://blog.agilebits.com for
everyone to see.