1Password Stories May 28

1Password is out today with an update to its Mac application. The main focus is the 1Password mini with solid improvements to drag and drop support, complex passwords, and search.

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1Password Stories October 12, 2018

1Password has disabled the auto-submission of passwords in the latest version of its Mac app. The company says that the move has been forced on it by increased security measures in macOS Mojave, but that it agrees with the decision Apple has taken …

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1Password Stories September 17, 2018

1Password now works with Password Autofill on iOS 12

One of the great new enhancements of iOS 12 is Password Autofill. This brings login credentials like usernames, emails, and passwords from password vaults to iOS apps and websites right on the iOS keyboard — and it’s not just limited to Apple’s iCloud Keychain. 1Password 7.2 for iOS 12 brings full support for Password Autofill, promoting the password manager to a first-class citizen on iPhone and iPad.

1Password Stories August 21, 2018

I’ve long been waiting for Apple to incorporate its incredible iCloud Keychain features for third-parties on iOS. At last, with iOS 12 that prayer has finally been answered. I’ve been fortunate enough to get a first-look with 1Password’s implementation, and it works exactly as I’d hope.

More details after the break…

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1Password Stories July 19, 2018

Popular password manager 1Password has today been updated with a handful of new features and capabilities. The update brings the app to version 7.1 and includes features such as rich text support for secure notes, 1Password stickers in Messages, and more.

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1Password Stories July 1, 2018

Password management is something that you often hear a lot about in today’s news. Apple has begun supporting various flavors of password managers through APIs while also offering a fairly decent password manager built right into Safari.

You might be wondering – what is the best place to store your passwords and other information you want to keep secure? There are number of third-party options such as 1Password, LastPass, and Dashlane. As I looked at Apple’s offerings and all of the alternatives, here is how I judged them:

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