1Password sparkles as a Macworld Gem

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Macworld senior editor Dan Frakes was tasked with selecting a list of 10 must-install OS X applications. Anyone who’s been using a Mac for even a little while knows that this is no easy task, given the amount of amazing OS X software out there. Have a look at the article and you’ll see that Dan sneaked a couple of extra applications in there, so you’ll find an additional Gem or two to try out on your Mac.

We’re proud to say that when he was backed into a corner and had to pick nothing less than the best of the best, Dan included 1Password for Mac on this prestigious list of essential OS X applications:

This combination of a standalone program and a seamlessly integrated browser add-on lets you store passwords and other personal info in a secure database that’s accessible across all your browsers (and syncs with companion iPhone and iPad apps).

Hearty congratulations to our buddies @dropbox and @SmileSoftware, and all the other fantastic developers whose software made the cut. We are honoured to be in your company. Thank you to Dan, Macworld, and especially all our wonderful customers, blog readers, forum members, and Facebook/Twitter followers for making 1Password what it is today.