In an unprecedented move, Apple approved three updates yesterday: 1Password for iPad 1.2, 1Password for iPhone/iPod touch 3.1.1, and 1Password Pro for iPhone/iPod touch and iPad 3.1.1.
Wondering what’s changed? Well, the iPad-specific version has been brought up-to-date with the non-Pro improvements introduced in 1Password Pro 3.1, like a “Show All Login Fields” setting and a reveal/conceal menu option for password fields. There are auto-lock and web view improvements, and that pesky portrait-mode bug1 has been fixed.
1Password (standard) for iPhone/iPod touch (only)’s version is now 3.1.1, which matches 1Password Pro’s version. You can now also send us feedback from within the application, instead of having to launch the Mail application, first.
A changelog accompanies each update, so if you’re interested in the specifics, be sure to check it out, either in iTunes on your computer or in the App Store app on your touch device.
Haven’t purchased yet? You can find more information about each version in our user guide. When you’re ready, you’ll find the applications—1Password Pro, 1Password for iPad, and 1Password for iPhone/iPod touch—in the iTunes App Store.
1 The “Go & Fill” arrow was broken in portrait mode. Sorry about that.