1Password extension update brings gifts, good tidings for Safari, Firefox, and Chrome users

We’ve seen a flurry of browser updates lately, so our developer ninjas sprang into action to respond accordingly. After some quick hacking and slashing of code, we have a couple of useful updates that your browser may have automatically installed for you already, but we figured they’re still worth mentioning here.

1Password extension 3.9.1 brought some key improvements for Safari users, including fixes for those of you who are running it in 32-bit mode. Version 3.9.2, however, brings gifts and good tidings for Firefox users in the form of much better memory management and overall performance. Form filling has been improved across the board, too, so 1Password should now fill sites like iCloud, Fidelity, Twitter, and others.

You can read up on the full details in our extension changelog. To make sure you have the latest version of the extension, click the 1Password button in your browser’s toolbar, then the Settings panel (with a gear icon), and look at the “About” box at the bottom.

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