Tag Archive: 1Password

1Password two-factor authentication now works with U2F security keys

It’s currently limited to 1Password.com on supported browsers.

What you need to know 1Password now works with U2F security keys for two-factor authentication. Two-factor authentication was first added to 1Password in 2018. Keys are currently limited to supported desktop browsers.

1Password, my personal password manager of choice, is getting a big upgrade to make it even more secure than it previously was. After rolling out support for two-factor authentication via authenticator apps in 2018, 1Password now works  [Read More…]

Keep your whole family secure with a free three-month trial to 1Password

A free trial that’s three times as long.

Passwords are tricky. You need dozens of them for all your emails, website logins, work accounts, and whatever else, but each one also needs to be unique and complex to keep everything secure. That adds up to a lot of random letters (some capitalized, some not), numbers, and special characters you have to remember. That’s why password managers like 1Password are so great. Keep all those passwords as complex  [Read More…]

1Password gives an early look at one of Android O’s best features

Android O is bringing a new way for password managers and other apps to autofill information. Here’s how it works.

Whenever Google introduces a new version of Android, there’s always a silent disclaimer to go along with it: few of these features will be available until developers add them to their apps. Well, one developer hasn’t wasted much time showing what its implementation of one major O feature will look like: AgileBits, Toronto-based creator of popular password manager, 1Password,  [Read More…]

1Password launches subscription service, offers first six months for free

AgileBits has announced a new subscription service for its 1Password suite of password management apps. The cost of the service will be $ 2.99 a month and, from now until September 21, you can get the first six months for free.

In a blog post, AgileBits stated that this new offering will give individuals the same features that it included in its 1Password Families and 1Password Teams services earlier this year. They include:

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1Password for Families lets you manage passwords for your entire clan

AgileBits, the developer of 1Password, has announced a new family program for the password manager. 1Password for Families allows passwords, secure notes, and more to be shared between up to five people for $ 5 per month, and you can add more people for $ 1 per person.

With 1Password for Families, each family member gets their own copy of 1Password, and all 1Password apps come free with the subscription. The person in charge of  [Read More…]

1Password for Android gets Material Design overhaul, fingerprint unlock and more

Popular password manager 1Password has received a big update for Android, bringing along a redesigned interface, fingerprint unlock support and much more. Perhaps the most noticeable change in 1Password 6 is that the interface is now cleaner and more modern looking thanks to a Material Design overhaul.

Also tagging along in the update is the new fingerprint unlock feature, allowing users to unlock both the app and the 1Password keyboard with just their fingerprint scanner. And if  [Read More…]

1Password for Teams offers a simple, secure way to share group passwords

AgileBits has announced a new, collaborative feature for 1Password, its password and identity management software. 1Password for Teams are a new way to use 1Password with groups of people, allowing you to easily share vaults and items with colleagues, family members, and friends. With 1Password for Teams, you’ll have an easier time deploying shared vaults, along with better signup and simpler billing.

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1Password now playing nice with tablets on Lollipop

A quick heads up for you long-suffering 1Password users who also have a tablet running Android 5.0 Lollipop: The two are now playing nicely together. Go on and get the latest update and stop typing passwords manually like an animal.

Download: 1Password for Android

Reminder: 1Password premium features go on 30-day trial starting tomorrow

1Password made a massive update to their Android app earlier this summer, and though it’s been free since June, tomorrow they start charging for a few things. It’s worth grabbing now to get some of the premium features like creating new password/website combinations, editing what’s currently in your vault, and organizing favorites and folders.

1Password 4.0 for Android gets a badly needed sprucing up with a new app

Premium features free till Aug. 1; app reverts to a reader after that

OK, folks. If you’ve long been suffering the 1Password Reader app on Android, your day has come. There’s an all-new 1Password app available today on Google Play, and you’re going to want to get this one as soon as possible. (It’s now live.)

If you’re new to password managers, here’s the deal. You need to let go. Let go of trying to remember  [Read More…]