Entries by David Chartier

Our 1Password Watchtower service is now looking out for you, right in 1Password for Mac

Earlier this month, we introduced our new Watchtower service on the web. In its initial version, Watchtower checks whether a website is (or ever was) vulnerable to the internet’s nasty Heartbleed security bug, then tells you whether it’s safe to update your password. Now we’ve taken the next major step and made it much easier to stay secure online, as Watchtower can now check all your […]

1Password 4.5 for iOS: The full release notes

Last week Tuesday we released 1Password 4.5 for iOS and 1Password 4.3 for Mac, updates that were both so large that I figured I’d skip listing their full release notes for fear of making you scroll your morning and afternoon away. However, we’ve had enough requests to see the full release notes here on the blog, so I am happy to deliver! What […]

1Password 4.3 for Mac: The full release notes

Last week Tuesday we released 1Password 4.3 for Mac and 1Password 4.5 for iOS, updates that were both so large that I figured I’d skip listing their full release notes for fear of making you scroll your morning and afternoon away. But we had enough requests to see the full release notes here on the blog, so I am […]

1Password, Heartbleed, and You

Our co-founder, Dave Teare, sent an AgileBits newsletter to our subscribers Friday night about the internet’s Heartbleed bug and how you can use 1Password to defend yourself and change all your passwords. We had a surprising number of requests to republish it here, so I’m happy to oblige! If you want to receive our occasional […]

Apps that Love 1Password: Unread, Fantastical, Tonalli

This is another particularly delightful edition of Apps that Love 1Password since it’s so diverse. This time we have a hot new newsreader, one of the best calendar apps for iPhone, and a slick utility for tracking your project time with Tick. Unread Unread for iPhone from Jared Sinclair is a beautiful, minimal newsreader for Feedly, FeedWrangler, […]

We’ll be at Macworld/iWorld 2014, come say hi!

Shhh, listen… you smell that? It’s that time of year again—winter begins its retreat, the doors of Moscone North get ready to open, and the Apple community will soon flock to downtown San Francisco for Macworld/iWorld 2014, from March 27-29! I bring this all-things-Apple conference to your attention not only because it’s a wonderful thing, but […]