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1Password Adds Cloud Sync Using Dropbox

1Password Adds Cloud Sync Using Dropbox

Posted July 27, 2010 at 12:21pm by iClarified · 5741 views
Agile Web Solutions has announced the 1Password fully-automated "cloud" syncing for all devices is now available. Using Dropbox, a free online storage service, users can securely store their data in the cloud, and synchronize their Windows, Mac and iOS devices automatically.

Improved wireless synchronization has been requested frequently, and Agile Web Solutions is proud to deliver a solution that provides seamless and automatic sync of secure data between all platforms. Now, users' website logins, secure notes, identities, credit cards, bank accounts and software registration information can be available on all of their Mac, Windows and iOS devices, automatically and effortlessly.

In addition to Dropbox sync, version 3.5 of 1Password Pro also includes full support for iOS4, including Auto-Lock when multitasking for additional security. The user interface has been updated for the new iPhone 4 Retina Display, and support for the "Lookup in 1Password" bookmarklet has been made available for the iPad.

The standard (non-Pro) editions of 1Password have been updated as well and are awaiting approval from Apple. There are further updates in the approval process which fix two known issues: Sync problems for users outside of North America, and crashes found on the iPhone 3G and 2nd-generation iPods.

Pricing and Availability:
1Password for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is available in the App Store for $9.99 (USD), and the Pro version is available for $14.99 (USD).

A Single User license of 1Password for the Mac is available for $39.95 (USD) and a five user Family License for $69.95 (USD). A fully functioning, 30-day trial of 1Password may be downloaded for free from Agile Web Solutions' Downloads page. 1Password Pro is available for $14.99 in iTunes. Special media licenses are available for members of the press and the blogging community upon request.

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Name - July 27, 2010 at 1:40pm
LastPass is much better than this bullshit.
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