This morning, AgileBits has shared some screenshots of their upcoming 1Password 4 for Mac software. The password management app has been in beta for awhile now undergoing dozens of new builds, and the company has announced that it is on track to launch this fall.

Some details that were released this morning:

  • 1Password 4 will be a free upgrade for all MAS customers
  • 1Password 4 for Mac will be a free upgrade to all website customers who purchased on or after January 1, 2013
  • The browser extension is now native Cocoa and is the same for every browser
  • Many features have come “Back to the Mac” from their iOS application – iCloud sync, favorites, and multi-site logins
  • Custom fields can be added to most items

Here are some screenshots of the app at work:

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6 Responses to “1Password 4 for Mac screenshots and upgrade details [Gallery]”

  1. 1Password is no longer ‘must have’ with iCloud Keychain


  2. How do you like 1password compared to pwsafe?


  3. DubTheDJ says:

    I’ve been using the beta a few weeks and have had no issues at all. It maybe can be a tad slow but other than that it works perfectly. Fair play to Agilebits for the free upgrade to existing customers.


  4. PMZanetti says:

    So far liking iCloud Keychain more than 1Password.


  5. pbranham says:

    I’ve been a beta tester for the past several weeks and I really love it. I haven’t had the luxury of trying out keychain on iCloud, but I will say that 1Password is a thousand times better than the regular keychain. It is much more versatile than the built-in keychain is on the OS, even without the syncing over cloud services option. You can store more types of information in it and you have the option to lock and unlock the ability to recall information at will with a master password. With Keychain, that information is recalled no matter what if you navigate to the right page – it’s ultimately less secure than 1Password is.