The 1Password browser extension puts a little dance in Safari’s web forms (Firefox and Chrome coming soon!)

Besides releasing 1Password 4 for iOS in December and working on a new local sync solution, we’ve been a little quiet on desktop front lately.

I assure you it’s with good reason.

While today is not the day to start talking about all the great stuff we’re planning, we can offer a glimpse, and it starts with making it easier for you to see when 1Password fills a form.

Today we released version 3.9.10 of the 1Password browser extension. It brings a whole bunch of improvements and tweaks for all supported browsers, but the headlining feature is that it will now animate filled forms in Safari for Mac.

1Pe form fill animation

When you use 1Password to fill a Login, Identity, or Credit Card, the actual form fields that 1Password fills will quickly expand and contract, helping you to see where 1Password works its magic. It’s a small touch, but it is often the tiny details that make all the difference.

If you use Chrome or Firefox, fret not. We’re working on bringing this touch to your browser in a future update.

As for the other improvements in this extension update, you can see our full browser extension changelog.  Your browser should automatically update to the new version, but if you need help with updating your extension, checking its version, or installing it in the first place, please see this document.

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