Safari 5 arrives and 1Password 3.2 is live

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The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2010, being held in San Francisco this week, kicked off this morning with a keynote by Steve Jobs. A lot was covered, including iPad software updates, the iTunes App Store, iPhone 4, and iOS 4. Right now, what we’d like to talk to you about is…

Safari 5

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It’s here, and we’re ready. 1Password 3 has been updated for Safari 5 compatibility, so you won’t have to wait to upgrade to Safari 5 or do without 1Password in Safari. In addition, this update (1Password for Mac version 3.2) includes a number of fixes and improvements, as usual, so it’s worth your while to grab the latest version even if you’re not upgrading to Safari 5 just yet.

1Password 3.2’s requirements haven’t changed, so if you’ve been running 1Password 3, the update will not give you any trouble.

To install the latest version, run 1Password 3 on your Mac and click 1Password > Check for Updates.

UPDATE: It seems that there is a problem with version 3.2. We are working on an update.

UPDATE 2: Please update to version 3.2.1 to restore 1P button in Safari 5.