1Password touch 2.0 for iPhone and iPod touch gets largest upgrade yet
Agile Web Solutions today released 1Password touch 2.0 for iPhone and iPod touch, the most significant software upgrade since its original release in July 2008. 1Password touch 2.0 now allows users to securely synchronize their Wallet items like credit cards and software licenses with the desktop version of 1Password for the Mac.
The completely redesigned Wi-Fi Sync feature of 1Password touch 2.0 and 1Password 2.9.16 on the desktop makes syncing easier and automatic, so users are never left without their vital Logins, Wallet items, and Secure Notes. Wi-Fi sync history records may now be e-mailed, and an in-app feedback feature allows users to contact Agile Web Solutions directly from their device. Finally, a brand new online help section makes it easy to learn on-the-go about all the benefits of using 1Password touch.
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1Password touch 2.0 is available for free from the iTunes App Store until June 5, 2009. A Single User license of 1Password for the Mac is available for $39.95 (USD) and a five user Family License for $59.95 (USD). A fully functioning, 30-day trial of 1Password may be downloaded for free from Agile Web Solutions' Downloads page. After 30 days, 1Password will continue to run for free and be limited to 20 items. Special media licenses are available for members of the press and the blogging community upon request.
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Agile Web Solutions is dedicated to making Mac OS X, iPhone, and iPod touch even better by creating innovative applications like 1Password, the premier Password Manager for Mac and iPhone, and AllBookmarks, a bookmark manager that collects all browser bookmarks in one place. 1Password is 'Highly Recommended' by Macworld, an Apple Staff Pick, and is a Mac|Life Editors' Pick. All Agile products are available for download for free from the Downloads page.
Re: 1Password touch 2.0 for iPhone and iPod touch gets largest upgrade yet
Go with the Pro version of the software. It is paid but there are some additional offers for the same. Like an bookmarking facility which helps you to create an entry in Mobile Safari IDs and save your passwords for sites. There are some ample of services that provides you more and more support on the same. You can give a try for the same by using a free application for an standard version.
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