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1Password extension goes Retina for Mac

A little while ago, one of our fearless founders, Roustem Karimov, jumped into our Campfire room and said “RETINA ALL THE THINGS!” And our designer, Dan Peterson, responded “OK SURE.”

Hot on the tail of our Retina update to 1Password for Mac, our browser extension version 3.9.5 is now also Retina-ized, with a fresh coat of paint to boot! The extension’s icons have been redesigned in the process, giving you a much clearer indication of the individual sections: Logins, Wallet, Identities, and Strong Password Generator.

We also made some great improvements to autosave and general performance, updated to Firefox SDK 1.8, and added a few other nips and tucks.

As long as your browser is set to automatically check for extension updates, you may very well already have this 3.9.5 update. If not, you can open your extensions manager and check manually to get our fresh extension Retina-ness.

1Password for Mac just gained 3.5 million more pixels

Yep, you read that right. Our valiant designer, Dan Peterson, just got done hand-crafting over three and a half million new pixels just for you, owners of the new MacBook Pro with Retina display. And boy is his paint brush tired!

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Available now in the Mac App Store and from our site is a shiny, extremely high-res new version of 1Password. Accompanying all those new pixels are 130 new images for 1Password’s various interface elements, bringing 1Password’s total pixel count on a 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display up to 4,746,049. Yowsa.

And just because some of you may not have seen our previous update, yes: 1Password is already fully prepared for OS X Mountain Lion (due out later this month) and Apple’s new sandboxing rules in the Mac App Store.

1Password 3.9.6 for Mac is a free upgrade for Mac App Store customers, and 1Password 3.8.20 for Mac is also free to our website customers. Enjoy!