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1Password updates for iOS with new login creator and "fun" password management

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Agilebits has released a new update for 1Password on iOS and Mac which aims to make managing your passwords even easier and, the developers hope, possibly even fun. The update introduces 1Password's first Login Creator, which streamlines the process of adding all of your various accounts to the app with the added bonus of more secure passwords for you. In its announcement blog post, Agilebits calls it "fun", and if you derive joy from randomly generated secure passwords it should be a great time.
Sync has now been updated so when you change the Master Password on your Mac, it changes automatically for your iOS devices as well.

Pro feature users also get a new two-factor authentication setup for sites like Amazon or Tumblr that require a secondary random password. In addition Pro users can now delete attachments from the item editor and gain new custom field types like addresses, dates, and month/year. Here's a gif of the new two-factor system.
You can grab the new 1Password for free right now in the iTunes App Store; a Pro feature account is a $9.99 in-app purchase. The Mac version of 1Password can be purchased for $49.99



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