I'm doing some research on Heartbleed now. I know very little about technology, but this 1password app I've been hearing about doesn't sound too great. If someone hacks that, like the Heartbleed hacked all those sites, then they'd get all my passwords at once.
If someone can hack 1Password's AES-256cryptography -- we have a much, MUCH, larger problem. Having unique, long, strong, passwords for each login (where the point of attack will usually happen) is much more secure.
There's a big difference between what Heartbleed is (an OpenSSL bug) and a coordinated "hack."