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1Password 7.2.1

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1Password is a popular tool for storing usernames, passwords, credit cards, addresses, notes, bank accounts, driver’s licenses, passports, and more behind one master password, with end-to-end encryption. A built-in password generator lets users create strong, unique passwords and memorizable pass-phrases.

The latest version of the popular password manager is a major update with dozens of new features and improvements, including a new dark-themed, collapsible sidebar that makes it easier to use and manage password vaults.

The app’s redesign extends to the lock screen, login icons, tags, pop-out windows for items, and more, while there is a new custom font Courier Prime Bits, by Alan Dague-Greene, that makes it easier to view passwords.

A quick list of other changes from AgileBits:
  • Every pixel has been put under the microscope and polished for maximum upgraded ness.
  • The new “pop out” feature allows you to view an item in a window of its own and keep it handy.
  • Secure notes are now rendered using Markdown.
  • Quick Open allows you to quickly jump to your items or vaults (find it under the File menu).
  • A custom password font, all our own, courtesy of Alan Dague-Greene.
  • A new password strength meter.
  • Touch ID now leverages your computer’s Secure Enclave, making it more secure than ever before.
  • Login items now have a gorgeous, custom rendered icon by default.
  • Remove duplicate items on a per vault basis by clicking Help > Tools > Clean Up Duplicate Items.
  • Integration with Spotlight allows you to find your items using Apple’s built-in search engine.
  • Nested tags allow you to up your organization: add tags with/in them and 1Password will break them down into groups.
  • Opt-into automatic updates and never be left behind again.

Compatibility: macOS 10.12 or later 64-bit

What’s New in 1Password 7.2.1

Happy macOS Mojave week, everyone! We are incredibly excited about today’s update for a number of reasons, not the least of which are Dark Mode and our brand new Safari App Extension. Let’s dive in!

## TL;DR
  • 1Password has embraced its inner darkness and looks _gorgeous_ on macOS Mojave in Dark Mode.
  • Using 1Password in Safari has never been easier than with our brand new Safari App Extension, built right in.
  • Advanced security with full support for the new hardened runtime.
## Everything’s better in the dark

macOS Mojave includes a gorgeous way to use your Mac with a new feature called Dark Mode. After enabling it in the General pane of System Preferences, you are ushered into a whole new world. Ever since this feature was announced in June, we’ve been working hard to make sure every pixel of 1Password is perfectly at home in the dark.

## Let’s go on a Safari

Starting today 1Password has built-in support for the Safari web browser, meaning you’ll never again have to install a separate browser extension to fill your passwords, credit cards, and personal information while browsing the web.

## More secure than ever before

Starting with macOS Mojave, a whole new set of security protections became available and we’re happy to say that 1Password has opted into _all of them_. 1Password now executes within a hardened runtime, meaning it’s protected against modification by other processes on your computer. It has also been notarized by Apple’s new notary service, which means it has been verified as being free of malware and other runtime vulnerabilities. All of this adds up to create a better, safer 1Password experience.

## Much, much more

The release notes shown here only scratch the surface, see our full release notes on app-updates.agilebits.com.

### New
  • Categories and templates are now localized for 1Password.com customers. {appleissues#2096}
### Improved
  • Items can now be dragged to the vault switcher to temporarily open the vault list. {appleissues#2032}
  • All note fields now support Markdown. {appleissues#1771}
  • OmniOutliner 5 has been added to the list of applications for which 1Password mini will show suggested items. {appleissues#1886}
  • In edit mode, the tab key can now be used to exit the Notes field. OptionTab will insert a Tab character. {appleissues#964}
  • You can now fill onetime password verification codes directly into web pages.
  • Several performance bottlenecks have been addressed.
### Fixed
  • Fixed an issue that prevented secondary URLs from being usable with 1Click bookmarks and 3rd party app integration.
  • Fixed an issue where images were sometimes not set on vaults. {appleissues#2022}
  • Fixed an issue that prevented the Mac App Store from quitting 1Password for updates. {appleissues#1604}
  • Fixed an issue where the save sheet would not be presented when closing 1Password mini during item editing. {appleissues#1776}
  • Fixed a graphical glitch that would appear after scrolling a long vault menu. {appleissues#639}
  • 1Password will no longer allow editing items in a deleted vault. {appleissues#1766}
  • Fixed dragging of item detail fields from the 1Password mini. {appleissues#2092}
  • Fixed an issue displaying items without details created by the 1Password CLI.
  • Fixed an issue with 3rd party app support where 1Password wouldn’t visibly do anything while locked.
  • Fixed an issue where iCloud sync would fail if the primary vault had a custom icon. {appleissues#1840}
  • Autosubmit, which has become quite fragile due to some modern security improvements in macOS, has been retired.

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