1Password 3 for Mac wins Macworld Eddy!

Eddy Award 386pxYesterday, the Twitterverse reported some amazing news to us: we won a Macworld Editor’s Choice Award for 1Password 3 for Mac!

To say that we’re blown away is a mighty understatement. I mean, sure, we think 1Password is the bee’s knees, but I reckon we’re just a tad biased. =)

2010 has been an amazing year for us, one in which we’ve been able to make a lot of our customers very happy by offering loads of new goodies or improvements to existing ones. We’re going to do a “year in review”-type thing later on, but suffice it to say that the blessings have been heaped on us this year. Just a few days ago, @1Password‘s day was made when we saw this:

You have to understand that this was very much a collaborative effort, and I thank all of you who delivered the virtual smackdown so Jim would give 1Password a try. Twitter family, we ♥ you. We don’t wait for Thanksgiving to be grateful, but this year the day was especially meaningful. We hope that you enjoyed our Thanksgiving promotion and gifts as much as we did!

Then, yesterday, this amazing recognition by Macworld of all our hard work… I’m tearing up over here, people. This isn’t just icing on the cake. This is like a bakery opening up next door so you awaken to the smell of warm bread and fresh pastries every morning.

We share this honour with our amazing friends over at Smile, who took home an Eddy for the terrific TextExpander 3. Congratulations, friends, we’re all smiles today!

Naturally, none of this would have been possible without you. Yes, you. No, no, don’t look over your shoulder, I mean you. Yes, you too. And you (and you, and you…). For every computer or mobile device on which you install 1Password, for every 1Password license you give as a gift, for every person you tell about our software, for every blog or forum comment, for every review you post wherever you post it, and for every little tweet you tweet, thank you, from the bottom of our hearts.

2 replies
  1. Truman Lyon
    Truman Lyon says:

    My Mac recently crashed and I lost 1password & all my information. I have a 500 gig external backup. Is there any way to restore my information. I have my security code and I have downloaded a new 1password.


    • Brett
      Brett says:

      Truman, so sorry for the delayed reply. If your backup includes your 1Password.agilekeychain file, then yes, you should be able to restore it without issue. If you’re using Dropbox sync, you’ll need to locate the file in the folder you specified when you set up the sync. Otherwise, the file should be in ~/Library/Application Support/1Password. Restore that file to its location on your new system, and then set up the file location under General in the application preferences for 1Password.

      If you need any further assistance, please contact support@agilewebsolutions.com, we’ll be happy to assist.

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