1Password: The App Saved Me From Hell

Vicky Hui
4 min readJan 27, 2023
Use a password manager like 1Password to avoid the frustration
Photo by Andrea Piacquadio via Pexel

We’ve all been there.

The dreaded “password reset” email arrives in our inbox, and we realize we can’t remember the password for our online shopping account.

Or we’re trying to log into our work account from a new device, and we can’t remember the correct capitalization or the password combination with unique symbols for that particular website.

And when we click on the “Forgot your password?” button, it sends emails to the email inbox I can’t remember the password for!

Fighting the battle against the endless stream of passwords can feel like fighting a never-ending monster.

But what if I told you there’s a superhero here to save the day?

Introducing 1Password

1Password is trusted by me, and more than 100,000 businesses. Including Ryan.

I have been a paid user of 1Password since 2019. A long time before they could afford Ryan Reynolds to say something nice to promote this amazing app.

PS. Ryan Reynolds is also an investor in 1Password, alongside fellow stars Robert Downey Jr. and Justin Timberlake

I have been paying my annual subscription and I will continue to do so most likely for the rest of my life.

The reason?

I can’t fight the password monster on my own!

How it works is that this app keeps and organizes all your passwords in one place, so the only password you will need to remember is the password you use to enter the 1Password App.

It also helps me to store my passport information, my credit card numbers, my parent’s addresses, and other important stuff that I don’t want to store on my devices.

Here’s more to it.

The Crusader Against the Password Monster