One of the most important features of iOS 8 is app extensions, a new Apple software trick that will let apps talk to each other, thus enabling new app features and user experiences. One app that will be significantly improved thanks to this particular iOS 8 feature is popular password manager 1Password, which will be even easier to use after the update to Apple’s latest operating systems. Users who have not already purchased it, should hurry and get the app right away, as it’s available as a free download from the App Store. More →
The popular 1Password is a great password manager for various devices, including iOS smartphones and tablets. And the best news is that the app will get even better once iOS 8 arrives, as Agile Bits plans to take advantage of Apple’s extension feature in iOS 8 to make 1Password work even easier and faster than before. In short, in iOS 8 users will be able to log into their favorite services without having to copy paste information from 1Password, as long as those apps support the password manager’s extension. More →
Apple’s iOS 8 will ship with a bunch of new features and improvements, including a way for apps to communicate between each other to share data, which is something Apple has not supported in the past. One app that will make use of Apple’s iOS 8 extension feature is the popular password manager 1Password, which will make logging into websites in other apps and web services even easier than before. More →
It’s taken a while but AgileBits has at last released a version of 1Password for Android that’s just as useful as the one you can get on iOS. The new 1Password 4 Android, which is available to download right now for free on Google Play, gives you an easy and secure way to store passwords to all of your most important websites and services. With 1Password you literally only need to remember one master password that will give you access to every other account that you use online. 1Password will create unique, strong passwords for you for every site you log into and will keep them stored for you in a secure locker. More →
There are countless factors to take into consideration when crafting the perfect password, but after the Heartbleed scare, it’s worth taking every precaution available in order to protect your private data. One of the most reliable password management apps we’ve ever used, 1Password, finally has a release date for Android after months of beta testing. Android users — you’ll be safer than ever starting on June 10th.