Apps that Love 1Password: Turbine Reader, Glassboard, Cisco Meraki

It’s that time of the year, at least here in the U.S.’s upper midwest and Canada. The first couple of winter storms have done their worst, it’s warmed up a little so the snow is starting to melt, and yet more iPhone and iPad apps have added support for 1Password.

Turbine Reader iconTurbine Reader

Turbine Reader for iPhone and iPad is a news client Feed Wrangler and News Blur, with more services coming soon. It’s a great iOS 7 citizen sporting a clean look, background updating, and an automatic night mode.

When it’s time to log into your chosen service, a “Launch 1Password” option above the login form will bounce you over to 1Password to make finding your Login a breeze. Just swipe your Login for the new Action Bar to copy your password and head on back.

Turbine Reader is just $4.99 in App Store.

Glassboard iOS icon 512Glassboard 3.0

Glassboard for iPhone is a private chat service for teams, groups, or just two individuals. You can share everything you would expect—photos, videos, and files—and even your location, and you can join as many different boards as you want.

Second Gear recently gave Glassboard a major overhaul, making it a sleek, beautiful iOS 7 citizen and even easier to use. While signing in, a new 1Password button makes it easy to switch to 1Password and find your Glassboard Login. Just swipe the item for 1Password’s Action Bar, tap the clipboard to copy your password, then switch back, paste, and get on with messaging your boards.

Glassboard is free in App Store and the free service lets you create up to three boards and host 100MB of stuff per board. If you want more, a small yearly subscription gives you all the boards you want, some extra features, and a ton more storage space.

Cisco Meraki iconCisco Meraki

Cisco Meraki for iPhone and iPad is an app for managing your Cisco Meraki wireless switches and access points for your business. You can view your wireless network’s status, check on specific Meraki access points and device types, and add more wireless capacity, all right from the app.

When logging into the Meraki app, a 1Password button makes it easy to find your Login. Swipe it to trigger the Action Bar, tap the clipboard to copy your password, and switch back to quickly log in and get on with work.

Meraki is free in App Store.