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Looking to change up my password storage a bit. 1Password 4 doesn't allow for wifi syncing, I don't believe, so what are my other quality options that work in both iOS and Mac OS to provide secure storage that doesn't rely on cloud storage/syncing?
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Currently 1Password 3 does permit wifi syncing.

1Password 4 will not include wifi syncing because there are a lot of problems - none to do with 1Password, but with weird network setups.

1Password 4 is going to include direct syncing via USB. It is in limited beta testing now.

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But for the record, there is Lastpass, Keeper, Dashlane and others. I use 1PW 3 on my Mac and 1PW 4 on my mobile devices.
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There is also the leading Windows (or was) password manager which is now cross platform capable - Roboform - haven't used it in several years since it was Win only when I needed a cross platform manager, so have no idea if online sync is only option for multiple devices or not.

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I believe this can be done with Roboform.
Take a look here How to Keep your Passwords in Sync Across All Computers
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