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Expense Tool 2 adds 1Password support to create, enter passcodes

App_Icon_512x512Our Apps that Love 1Password page gets a little longer today, and it’s for a great cause: your personal finances. Jürg Otter has released Expense Tool 2 for iPhone and iPad, a big new version of his expense tracking tool with some great new features, including 1Password support.

In a nutshell, Expense Tool 2 helps you watch how much you spend on food, your new hobby, vacation—whatever you want. You can attach receipts, photos, and locations to the expenses you track, and create multiple sets to keep things organized. Expense Tool 2 also lets you exchange data between multiple iOS devices—great for tracking expenses with a coworker or a special someone.

To keep all this sensitive financial information safe, Jürg’s big Expense Tool 2 update added 1Password support for creating and entering a passcode to lock the app. It’s a great way to create a strong, unique password to protect your expense data, yet conveniently enter it when it’s time to get tracking.

Check out Expense Tool 2 and its new 1Password integration in our in our gallery below, or go pick up a universal copy for iPhone and iPad for just $1.99 in the App Store.

Apps that Love 1Password: Pushpin for Pinboard

Pushpin loginLike Twitter overload and email overload before it, plenty of people these days suffer from bookmark overload—too many links, too many places, too hard to find them all when it matters. That’s why great apps like Dan Loewenherz‘s Pushpin, a client for Pinboard, exist.

Pinboard lets you collect and organize all your bookmarks, things to read, and random links in a single place. As you have already deduced, Pushpin is a great iPhone client for using Pinboard and its many features, including searching all your bookmarks, viewing bookmarks across the entire site by tag and feeds, and adding bookmarks on the fly from other apps.

With a big ol’ 2.0 upgrade, Pushpin now makes it much easier to log into your Pinboard account using 1Password.

Thanks to Dan Loewenherz for adding a little 1Password to Pushpin so it can join the ranks of Apps that Love 1Password!

Apps That Love 1Password: Dispatch

I’ll admit, we might need to switch to a weekly digest format to handle all these Apps That Love 1Password posts. While we kick around that idea, you can kick around Dispatch, a new iPhone email client that lets you actually do something with all those messages.

Dispatch looks like a minimal email client, but as Chad Feldheimer so eloquently said, appearances can be… deceptive (NSFW). You can create tasks from messages in OmniFocus and Things, save links to Evernote and Pocket, send text selections to Drafts, open addresses in Google Maps, and more. You can also add text snippets on a per-account basis and even create them by selecting text in a message.

Of course, one of Dispatch’s best features is the sweet, sweet ways in which it shakes hands with 1Password. While adding an account, a 1Password button will appear to let you quickly switch, search for the Login you need, and copy your password to paste it. Plus, if you tap a link in a message, one of your options will be to open it in 1Password’s feature-tastic 1Browser so you can fill forms and shopping carts with a single tap.

Dispatch is available now in the App Store, and I personally recommend it.

Apps that Love 1Password: Crux Web Browser and Downloader

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Crux – login, browse with 1Password

I’m delighted to say that our Apps that Love 1Password page continues to grow, and today it’s our second web browser! We’d like to thank Maximilian Litteral for adding 1Password integration to Crux Web Browser and Downloader.

As of Crux 1.2.1, you can open any webpage in 1Password and automatically search 1Password for Logins to a couple built-in services, like Instapaper and Readability.

 

It’s a great way to let you browse the web more securely, and makes it much more convenient to use 1Password’s extremely secure, you-couldn’t-remember-them-if-you-tried passwords to log into sites.

Apps that Love 1Password: iCab Mobile

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iCab Mobile now lets you easily find your 1Password Login for the current webpage

Good news, everyone: the Apps that Love 1Password page has broken into the iOS browser scene, thanks to Alexander Clauss’s iCab Mobile.

This is particularly good news for me, as iCab has been my main iOS browser for quite a while. With the big version 7.0 upgrade Alexander released, iCab Mobile’s action menu now lets you switch to 1Password for iOS and AutoSearch for the Login for iCab’s current webpage. Swipe the Login item, tap the clipboard to copy your password, switch back to iCab, and log right in.

Bonus points: 1Password will erase your password from iOS’s clipboard after 90 seconds. You can adjust this Clear Clipboard option under Settings > Security.

Thanks to Alexander Clauss for making it easier to securely log into webpages with iCab Mobile and 1Password!

Apps that Love 1Password: MUDRammer

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MUDRammer now lets you search 1Password for dungeon logins and open all links in 1Password

The family of Apps that Love 1Password has grown once again! This time it’s MUDRammer, which marks 1Password’s first foray into iOS gaming, specifically the text-based dungeon-y and crawling-y genre of gaming.

MUDRammer is an iPhone and iPad client for MUDs, or Multi-User Dungeon games. They’re online, multiplayer, text-based dungeon games, and MUDRammer gives you a leg up with its new 1Password integration. You can now set 1Password as your default browser for links in MUDRammer, and you can tap the title bar to quickly search 1Password for a Login for the current MUD in which you’re playing.

Thanks a lot to Jonathan Hersh for adding 1Password to MUDRammer! You can grab the update in the App Store now.

Feed Wrangler for iOS debuts with 1Password login support

Feed Wrangler 1P iconGoogle Reader shuts down soon, so avid news readers are searching for alternative services and apps. One such alternative just debuted yesterday called Feed Wrangler, and it has some really clever features, including one that landed it on our Apps that Love 1Password page.

If you have 1Password for iOS installed, Feed Wrangler displays a 1Password button on the login page. Tap it, and you’ll switch over to 1Password with an AutoSearch already filled in for Feed Wrangler. From there you can quickly copy your password, switch back to Feed Wrangler and log in.

Feed Wrangler has some great features worth checking out, like Smart Feeds for filtering out items you don’t want to read, and automatically marking a story as read if it’s already in your Instapaper or Pocket queue. Plus, Feed Wrangler debuted as a paid service—just $18.99 a year with free access to the apps—so you know they’re not looking to sell out to Google, Yahoo, or Facebook and turn it into a social ranking app for crowd-sourcing shopping recommendation ratings.

A somewhat ordered list of iOS apps that integrate 1Password

iOS app gridYou may have seen some of our recent posts about iOS apps integrating 1Password, making it easier to use the spiffy new Web Mode to browse the web or simply to log into apps using your strong, unique passwords created with the Strong Password Generator.

We’ll keep letting you know all the new apps that add 1Password support here on the Agile Blog. But I also decided to immortalize them in one big handy dandy page for easy, ongoing reference.

Are you a developer? Did you add a slice of 1Password to your app(s)? Let us know!

Notefile joins the 1Password Integration Club!

As you may have noticed, apps are starting to hop aboard the 1Password integration bandwagon, and we love hearing about every new member our secure geeky family. Our latest addition is Notefile from Junecloud, makers of the lovely Delivery Status iOS app and OS X dashboard widget.

Notefile is an app that lets you sync your notes from your iOS devices to the corresponding Mac App. As more folks end up being multiple device users, these sorts of solutions become more important. As a Delivery Status user, I’ve been pleased with the ease of Junecloud’s syncing feature since it always just worked. They’ve set up their servers to allow Junecloud syncing with Notefile, and it’s pretty straightforward to set up. Even more straightforward if you already log in to Junecloud servers (and saved that login item in 1Password):

If I were more clever, this would be XKCD level hilarity. Sorry to disappoint.

The syncing prefpane for Notefile, now with more 1Password!

When you tap the 1Password icon in the login panel, it takes you to 1Password for iOS, and after you unlock it, the search is filled in with junecloud.com (which would be the default name of the item when you saved it). Then you can copy your info and switch back to Notefile where you enter your login and password and get things syncing. It’s pretty slick overall, and anything that saves a few steps in iOS is pretty fab. So if you’re looking for a syncing solution for notes, check out Notefile. It’s available in both iOS ($4.99US) and Mac OS ($4.99US) flavors.

Etsy adds 1Password support to its iPhone, iPad app

Etsy 1PRemember when we released initial support for developers to add a little 1Password to their iOS apps? From Tweetbot to Poster, a number of apps have already made it easier to login with 1Password or send links to Web Mode, our fantastic new built-in browser. Today, we’re honored to say that Etsy for iPhone and iPad has hopped on board!

If you aren’t familiar, Etsy is a ridiculously popular online marketplace for handmade, vintage, and other goods. Now when you try to login with today’s Etsy 2.5 update for iPhone and iPad, tapping the key icon in the password field will switch you to 1Password, which then asks you to unlock if necessary, then automatically searches your items for your Etsy Login.

Here’s a pro tip: when you find your Etsy Login (or any Login, for that matter), swipe across it to use the new Action Bar, then tap the clipboard button; it makes copying your password a little quicker.

Thanks to Etsy for adding 1Password support! This is great to see, and we’ve had a lot of great feedback from developers on how to make this even easier and better. There’s plenty more of this to come!