Yes, they make desktop versions for iOS and windows. My 5S & iPad2 versions sync via Dropbox with the OS X version on my MBP.I have both LastPass and 1Password installed on my iPhone. I've got some questions about 1Password. Is there a desktop version available? Are there any pros/cons to using 1Password over LastPass? I've been a LastPass user for about 6 months and was thinking of making a switch to 1Password.
Sorry, I just realized that I misread your question. I happen to also use Dropbox on all my systems. Here's the link to Agile regarding syncing ...Do you have to use Dropbox with OS X?
If you have already upgraded your iOS device, one option is to simply go without syncing for a few weeks. Leave iCloud enabled on all devices. You can continue using 1Password on your devices as you would normally, and, when you update your Mac, your devices will once again resume syncing automatically.
Alternatively, you can choose to switch to a different sync method (Dropbox or Wi-Fi). We have more information about how to do that at the bottom of this FAQ. Read on—and thanks for being patient with us during this big transition!"
Dashlane is free. You only pay if you sync passwords between devices. So my understanding is that you could use it for your desktop, without any cost.I was using 1Password for my Mac and iPhone and it does a good job but I'm not in a position to buy it. Are there any password managers that are just as good as LastPass, 1Password, and Dashlane? If there is an iOS version as well, even better. I read through a few threads and the top picks seem to be the three mentioned above and Roboform.
I can’t see paying anything for a password manager.Password manager apps. I just priced 1Password, $69.99 and eWallet, $9.99 at the App store. They both have a significant number of reviews. I can't seeing paying $60 more for 1Password. Is there a significant difference in the 2? Any comments would be appreciated.