Electron and Rust may be cool (and also entirely the wrong things to tout in this context), but according to pretty much everyone who’s tried it the overall experience is vastly degraded and a far cry from the previous versions–to the point where the picture below is making the rounds on Twitter:
This shift away from fully native apps and the fact that they are removing iCloud support from version 8 in order to enforce the use of their cloud sync service (in an obvious lock-in ploy) was the last straw, so I just downloaded Secrets, paid for the Premium version ($19.99 for each platform) and imported all my 1Password data into it.
Full disclosure: I know the developer of Secrets, and I am glad to support him in building a fully native, well-designed and secure app.
The only thing missing for me (which I use dozens of times a day when on Windows, and is going to be a major pain to try to do without) is a watch app with TOTP tokens and some credit card info, but I hope enough people switch to Secrets to help fund that kind of development (WatchKit is a nightmare to debug, so it would be a significant time investment).
And yes, I know their company valuation is through the roof–that is just added incentive to grow a captive customer base even further.