1Password 6.7 for Windows was meant to be a smaller update, but just like you always walk up to the buffet line with the best of intentions, we reached the end of the line with this update and ended up with three plates full of pastries. We have prepared a regular smorgasbord of 58 new […]
Get your picnic blanket ready, because we have prepared a basket full of delicious new treats just for you in 1Password 6.8 for iOS and Mac. We hope you’re having a delightful, secure, and scrumptious summer!
I’m really excited to announce a brand new way for 1Password to save and fill in browsers. It’s not a new feature, and chances are you won’t even notice it. It’s called native messaging, and it changes the way 1Password integrates with your browser. In fact, if you use 1Password with Google Chrome, you might […]
TL;DR: We love 1Password. We love you. We believe 1Password memberships are the best and will shout it from the mountaintops, but standalone vaults aren’t being removed.
Lo, everyone! Back on October 29, 1969, that two-letter greeting was the first message sent over ARPANET, the predecessor to the World Wide Web. Today, on July 12, 2017, people from around the globe are coming together for a day of action to fight for net neutrality. The principle of net neutrality states that all […]
As I sit here, I can see at a glance that a Pull Request was just merged to master, our unit tests ran successfully, Tim shut down the staging bastion, and Will’s daughter turned 2 today with a rather delicious looking cake. What ties all these seemingly random topics together? Why Slack of course (you […]
We’ve been hard at work on a major update for 1Password 6 for Windows and I’m so excited to finally share it with all of you. 1Password 6.6 for Windows is here and it is HUGE. I can’t possibly discuss every new feature here – there are 24 brand new features and 89 total changes […]
Encryption is great. By magic (well, by math) it converts data from a useful form to complete gibberish that can only be turned back into useful data with secret number called a key. I happen to think that the term “key” that we use for encryption and decryption keys is a poor metaphor, as it […]
Unlike Jupiter’s Io, which completes its orbit every 2 days, Google I/O only comes around once a year. Thousands of people register, and a select number are chosen at random. This year, Michael, Saad, and I were lucky enough to get tickets (hmm…maybe I should play the lottery)! While Michael has attended I/O in the […]
We often get inspired to create new features based on feedback from our customers. Earlier this month, our friends at Basecamp made their Employee Handbook public. We were impressed to see they had a whole section about using 1Password, which included instructions for keeping work information off their devices when travelling internationally. We knew right […]