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Apps that Love 1Password: SOLARO – Study help for Common Core

solaro_app_icon_roundedThe Apps that Love 1Password page has broken into education with the addition of SOLARO, a comprehensive study guide and service for Common Core K-12 classes!

SOLARO packs content for over 1,500 classes across English language arts, mathematics from 3rd to 12th Grade, and science for all 50 states in the U.S. and some Canadian provinces. It offers things like topic-level practice tests, section-level quizzes, flashcards, study notes, and more, and now students can login much more easily with SOLARO’s new 1Password for iOS support!

In SOLARO’s latest update, a new 1Password button in the login screen will automatically search 1Password for your SOLARO Login. You simply need to unlock with your Master Password, swipe right on the SOLARO item for the Copy button, copy, then double-tap the Home button to switch back, paste, and get to learning.

Thanks to SOLARO, we’re thrilled students have an easier way to stay secure while staying on top of their studies. You can get SOLARO in the App Store.

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 iconUnread

Unread for iPhone from Jared Sinclair is a beautiful, minimal newsreader for Feedly, FeedWrangler, and Feedbin. Jared cut out a lot of buttons and toolbars in favor of simple gestures to let you focus on reading and (optionally) sharing articles.

Unread’s login forms for FeedWrangler and Feedbin features a 1Password button so you can quickly find your accounts. The sharing feature also lets you open the current article or webpage in our 1Browser so you can use Identities to quickly register for services, or even Credit Cards so you can insta-buy what you just read about!

Unread is available for iPhone in App Store.

Fantastical iconFantastical 2

The Sweet Setup declared Fantastical 2 the best calendar app for iPhone, and it’s easy to see why. Fantastical is fast, a native iOS 7 citizen, and has optional support for Apple’s Reminders. One of its best features is that you can use natural language to create events and tasks, like “Lunch with Amy at 12:30″ to create an event, or “get milk /p” to add a Reminder to your Personal list.

As of Fantastical 2.0.5, you now have the option to open links in our 1Browser, making it much easier for you to securely log into services, register at new sites with 1Password Identities, and fill out shopping carts with one tap.

Fantastical 2 is available for iPhone in App Store.

Tonalli iconTonalli

For all you folks out there who need help tracking projects and the time you put into them, Tonalli is a minimal and free iPhone client for Tick. You can see your daily timecard, manage said timecards, and view reports and charts for all your projects.

A new 1Password button in Tonalli’s login screen should make it faster to log into your Tick account. You’ll switch to 1Password with an AutoSearch for Tick. Swipe the item to open the Action Bar, copy your password, then switch back to paste and get to tracking time.

Tonalli is available for iPhone in App Store.

As always, we thank the developers behind these and all the Apps that Love 1Password for making it easier to work, play, and stay secure both on- and offline with 1Password.

Apps that Love 1Password: Capitaine Train

Capitaine Train 9 icon1Password has built its name, in part, on three syllables. For the other part, it excels in helping you get around online more securely and conveniently, and it can be plenty useful off-line too. In fact, don’t take it from our past and future blog posts about all this, our Apps that Love 1Password has gained another real-world feather in its cap with the release of Capitaine Train, a transit booking app for iPhone.

Capitaine Train is a train ticket booking app for European systems, in particular France (SNCF, iDTGV, iDBUS), Germany (Deutsche Bahn), UK (Eurostar), Switzerland (Lyria), Belgium and Netherlands (Thalys) and more. You can search for trips, register multiple passengers, purchase tickets (of course), and even add your trips to your calendar and Passbook for easy access.

A new 1Password button in Capitaine Train 9.0 makes it easier to log into your account. Tap the button and you’ll switch to 1Password with an auto-search for your account. Swipe your Capitaine Train item to show the Action Bar, tap the clipboard to copy your password, then switch back to paste it in and get to booking.

Capitaine 1P button GIF

Apps that Love 1Password: Diet Coda, VSCO Cam

Our growing Apps that Love 1Password page got even more diverse recently with some great new additions: Diet Coda from the fine folks at Panic, and VSCO Cam.

Diet Coda iconDiet Coda

Diet Coda is an iPad-ified version of Coda for Mac, Panic’s venerable web code editor. Diet Coda speaks all the big web languages, sports a powerful text editor, and has great S/FTP tools to bring it all together.

In the new Diet Coda 1.5, adding a website you need to work on is easier than ever. When adding a new site, the password field has a new 1Password button that will switch over and automatically search your vault for the domain you entered. Just tap your item, tap the password field, tap “copy” in the popover that appears, and switch back to Diet Coda to enter your password and get editing.

VSCOcam iconVSCO Cam

VSCO Cam is a photo shooting, editing, and sharing app for iPhone from Visual Supply Co. It has its own unique sense of style and is backed by people who have done work for everyone from Apple to Levi’s to Nintendo. In other words: they know photography.

In a big VSCO Cam 3.0 upgrade, the company added quite the unique way to automatically search 1Password for your VSCO account password. Instead of a 1Password button in the password field, you can triple-tap the cam app’s login screen to make the switch. Once in 1Password, just swipe across your item to trigger the Action Bar, tap the clipboard to copy your password, then switch back to VSCO Cam to paste and get shooting and sharing.

We’d like to thank Panic and Visual Supply Co. for making it easier to login with 1Password. We really do appreciate it, and our mutual users love it.

Apps that Love 1Password: Treehouse for iPad – Learn programming and design

Treehouse iconWe’ve been blown away by the number of developers who have added 1Password support to their apps. So far we have browsers like iCab, enterprise tools like Cisco Meraki, and social media apps like Riposte and Tweetbot. Today we’re delighted to add education to this list, as Treehouse: Learn Programming and Design for iPad recently showed 1Password some love!

Treehouse bills itself as “the best way to learn technology.” Through a huge library of tutorial videos, code challenges, and quizzes, Treehouse can help you learn everything from Objective-C to CSS to starting a business. And it’s all right on your iPad.

Naturally, you’ll need to log into your Treehouse account, and now you can just tap the 1Password button on the account screen. You will be switched to 1Password with an auto-search for your Treehouse Login. Just swipe the item to trigger 1Password’s Action Bar, tap the clipboard to copy it, then switch back to Treehouse and paste to get your learn on.

Treehouse iPad 1P button

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.

Apps that Love 1Password: Delivery Status touch

Delivery Status Touch iconYou buy stuff online, and you need to know when it’s going to show up at your house, work, or your lucky recipient’s doorstep. For years, community favorite Delivery Status touch has made it, dare I say, fun to track your packages. Now it’s adding the convenience of 1Password.

Delivery Status touch 5.0 just hit the App Store and it is a whopper of an upgrade. In addition to big new features like optional background notifications, Calendar support, and iCloud sync, you can use the new 1Password integration to quickly log into services and add packages to track.

For supported services like Amazon and Google Checkout, Delivery Status touch can simply log into your account and pull down the details it needs. Tap the new 1Password button in the service login section, and you will switch to 1Password with your All Items list already filtered for the service you’re adding. Swipe across the Login item you want to trigger the Action Bar, tap the clipboard button to copy your password to the clipboard, then switch back to Delivery Status touch to finish logging in.

We’d like to thank the fine folks at Junecloud for adding 1Password support to their legendary delivery tracker. Be sure to pick up Delivery Status touch in the App Store, and if you’re a developer, learn how you can add some 1Password to your iOS apps!

Apps that Love 1Password: Money Pilot

Money Pilot Icon@152pStaying on top of your finances is a good idea, and so is managing them in a secure way. That’s why we’re happy to see a brand new iPhone app, Money Pilot from Victor Hudson, join the ranks of Apps that Love 1Password!

This is one of those apps that was born out of necessity—literally. Victor told me that he started managing his finances a decade ago using a spreadsheet. He built a system and got pretty good at it, but then he bought an iPhone and this approach just didn’t hold up on such a personal, mobile device. He looked for apps that could supplant his financial management spreadsheet, including Apple’s own Numbers for iOS, but ultimately decided he’d have to build it himself. And so Money Pilot was born.

Money Pilot is a financial record keeper and bill planner. You can plan bills around your pay schedule, see how much you actually can spend right now, and gain some of the automation of spreadsheets without all the overhead. Victor also added some clever 1Password support that he says was a “must have” for him, personally: you can add bank URLs for your accounts, then set 1Password’s 1Browser as the default browser for when it’s time to visit their websites.

Get Money Pilot now in the App Store for just $2.99, and be sure to leave a review to support Victor and help him make it even better! If you want to check out all the other apps that have added 1Password support, from Twitter clients to beer companions (no, really!), check out our Apps that Love 1Password page!

Apps that Love 1Password: Orbit for App.net

Orbit iconOur page of Apps that Love 1Password has experienced a sudden lack of gravity, as Orbit for App.net is the latest to add support for quickly searching 1Password for account credentials.

Orbit is kind of like CloudApp for Mac and Droplr. It lets you quickly upload files from your iPhone and adds a short sharing link to your clipboard, perfect for sharing in social media and email. The big difference is that Orbit is built on top of your App.net account storage and integrated with any other App.net services and apps you run.

Upon logging into Orbit on your iPhone for the first time, a 1Password button will quickly switch you to our app and automatically search for “App.net” among all your items. Simply swipe to the right across your App.net item to show the Action Bar, tap the clipboard to copy your password, then switch back to Orbit to paste.

We’re delighted that Orbit brought 1Password along for an interstellar ride so you can login quickly and get on with sharing. Check it out in the App Store.

Apps that Love 1Password: Tappd That for tracking your beer to-dos, to-done

tappd_that_icon_300It’s time to kick back with Apps that Love 1Password and open a proverbial cold one. The latest app to add 1Password integration is Tappd That, an offline companion for Untappd, a beer and bar discovery service.

Untappd gives you personalized beer recommendations and helps you find the best bars wherever you are. You can catalog and review beers you’ve had and add beers you aspire for to a wishlist. Tappd That makes all this even better by letting you take your check-in history and wishlist offline. The next time you take a journey to experience the best, most remote beer known to humanity? Tappd That will have your list even if you’re so far off the grid, you may as well be in Canada.

As of the Tappd That 1.0.4 update, a new 1Password button on the Untappd login form will let you switch to 1Password with an “untappd” AutoSearch. Just swipe across your Untappd Login item, tap the clipboard to copy the password, then switch back, paste it in, and you’re ready for a beer.

Tappd That 1.0.4 is available now in the App Store.