Cult of Mac got a sneak peak at the new 1Password 4 for Mac that developer Agile Bits has in the works, and posted up a few screenshots of the new features and redesigns coming with the new software. The update – which is free to Mac App Store buyers – will include things like iCloud sync, multi-site logins, favorites, and more. Checkout some of the new things here:
- We brought some of our best features from 1Password 4 for iOS “back to the Mac” including Favorites, Multi-Site Logins, and iCloud sync
- More item types to help you secure even more of your stuff
- Our browser extension is now native Cocoa. It’s the same for every browser and it packs some great new tricks.
- Item Sharing between iOS and Mac apps via encrypted iMessage and email
- New menu bar icon
- New ways to get proactive about your security. Example: check out the new Sort tool at the top of the item list (see screenshots) with options like Frequency Used and Duplicate Passwords—these are quite useful new ways you can analyze your habits and existing items, then make decisions and improve them
- Custom Fields can now be added to most items so you can make them your own
There are a ton more screenshots than the above one of the redesigned “lock screen”, and you can check them all out in the gallery below. I myself have never been a 1Password user, and with iCloud keychain don’t think I will ever need to be. However, it does have a lot of neat features, and definitely serves its purpose. More info on 1Password can be found here: Agile Bits.
What do you think? Do you use 1Password? Are you interested in the update? Let us know in the comments, or tweet me @TiP_Kyle.
Via: Cult of Mac