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1Password 4 for Mac is Now Available with Redesigned Interface, iCloud Sync and More

Oct 3 2013, 10:10am CDT | by , in News | Apple

1Password 4 for Mac is Now Available with Redesigned Interface, iCloud Sync and More

1Password had been solving the password issues of the world since the past four years. Now with its 1Password 4 for Mac available, things are about to get even better than before.

1Password is an application that has always attracted those who want a safe and secure password that is difficult to crack. The special app allows you to gain access to websites via a single master password that is so complex that no hacker on earth can gain entry into your account. Since the past half decade or so, no upgrading had occurred at 1Password. Except for Retina Display Support, nothing new had taken place at the premises. 

But now that 1Password4 for Mac has come into existence things will never be the same again. It is a revamped version that will wow the world of password searchers. Almost a hundred minor changes have taken place. The most prominent include: Interface redesign, greater safety and the capacity to build many password niches and collectively engage with near and dear ones.

Email and iMessage are two other services available too. In the past you could use Dropbox, but now iCloud is there as well. There is even a facility by the name of 1Password Mini. It makes all your information accessible directly from the menu bar.  There is support for Opera browser. 

A release from AgileBits, this latest model has a lot going for it. The app also works in synch with Mavericks. As for the 256-bit encrypted authentication code, it makes the whole plan a cinch for those who want to safeguard their online confidential details. It functions with perfection on the iPhone and iPad. And that too goes in its favor.    

New features of 1Password 4 for Mac insludes completely redesigned interface, multiple and shared vaults, 1Password mini, all-new extension with Opera support, shared items, 256-bit authenticated encryption, PBKDF2 with HMAC-SHA512, Wi-Fi Sync, iCloud sync, favorites and third-party app integration.

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