A complete Yosemi-fication, iCloud Drive support, a major Wi-Fi Sync addition, and more!
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We heard all your feedback and converted it into some great new stuff in our latest iOS update!
From banks to chat collaboration, browsers and learning to code, lots of iOS 8 apps already added 1Password support!
Safari in iOS 8 now lets you login with 1Password! Here’s how.
I can’t tell you how fired up we are about this release! I literally can’t because there is no tool that can measure excitement on this scale. Years in the making, 1Password 5 is rolling out to the App Store with iOS 8’s best features at its heart, and now it’s free so everyone can save time […]
A Russian hacking team claims to have nabbed billions of Logins and email addresses. Fortunately, defending against these breaches is pretty easy with 1Password.
Throughout history, the greats have always sought a “holy grail.” The Dude really wanted that new rug. Indiana Jones searched for… well, the Holy Grail. Today, we’re happy to say we built our holy grail: automatic 1Password Logins right in iOS 8 apps. The video embedded here, produced by our fearless co-founder Dave Teare, speaks […]
Our free trial experiment with Android is going so well, we decided extend the date a little longer, get some new features ready for v4.1, and we can now announce the in-app price!
Let’s face it: the new 1Password 4 for Windows is awesome. Everybody’s upgrading, and I want to make that process as seamless as possible. You can see more details on our upgrade policy and process in this support document, but here’s the cliff notes version. If you purchased in 2013 or 2014, version 4 is free! Nope, not a […]
June has been quite the month for us! We released 1Password 4 for Android and Windows, and we’re thrilled that you like us. You really, really like us! For the v4 Android debut, Android Central, Boy Genius Report, Lifehacker, and PCMag were excited, with SlashGear saying it “does justice to its namesake.” The Next Web went in-depth with the new version, The Verge […]