1Password Pro for iPhone and iPod Touch

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Agile Web Solutions released 1Password touch Pro 2.1, a new, version of 1Password touch for iPhone and iPod touch. With new capabilities like Quick Copy and Paste, a Safari bookmarklet for logging into websites, and compatibility with iPhone OS 3.0, 1Password touch Pro makes this application even more useful on your iPhone and iPod Touch.

These new abilities are all in addition to the standard features of both 1Password touch and 1Password touch Pro, including:

* Secure two-way sync with 1Password on the Mac;
* Hardware-accelerated AES encryption and Auto-Lock to keep your data protected even if your iPhone is lost or stolen;
* Automatic Web Login to avoid remembering too many passwords;
* Ability to securely store and retrieve all kinds of information, including passwords, credit card numbers, text notes, software licenses, bank account numbers, and much more;
* Securely back up to and restore the 1Password touch database from any Mac, Windows, or Linux PC.

Soon, 1Password touch Pro 2.1 will also gain new features available only to Pro customers. While Quick Copy and Paste will come to 1Password touch 2.2, the Pro version will soon get more organization features with folders and favorites, as well as syncing over-the-air using MobileMe and other WebDAV services.1Password touch Pro 2.1 is on sale for $5.99 – or 60% off its full retail price of $14.99. I already bought my copy.

45 Comments 1Password Pro for iPhone and iPod Touch

  1. gita@agile.ws

    Thanks for the article, David! Luis, I’m really sorry you feel ripped off. Honestly, if we could include a free copy of the touch app with every licensed Mac copy, we would, but we can’t do that. Upgrades are also not possible in the App Store. As far as the Store is concerned, they’re two separate applications.

    We set the current sale price of 1Password touch Pro with all our customers in mind; it enables us to remain competitive in the market while offering “upgrade” pricing to those who purchased the standard version for $4.99. The combined cost to you is still less than our anticipated final sale price for the Pro version.

    The main differences right now between the two versions of 1Password touch are the Safari bookmarklet and an enhanced copy-and-paste function. Since the iPhone OS itself provides the ability to copy and paste, this is already possible in the standard version, but you have to be in Edit mode to copy your data. 1Password touch Pro will offer some exclusive features in the future, such as WebDAV synching. You can read more about this on our blog, where we will continue to post updates as they develop:

    http://switchersblog.com“ rel=”nofollow”>http://switchersblog.com

    I hope that we’ve addressed your concerns. Should you have any others, please don’t hesitate to http://agile.ws/support“ rel=”nofollow”>contact us.

    Reply
  2. gita@agile.ws

    Thanks for the article, David! Luis, I’m really sorry you feel ripped off. Honestly, if we could include a free copy of the touch app with every licensed Mac copy, we would, but we can’t do that. Upgrades are also not possible in the App Store. As far as the Store is concerned, they’re two separate applications.

    We set the current sale price of 1Password touch Pro with all our customers in mind; it enables us to remain competitive in the market while offering “upgrade” pricing to those who purchased the standard version for $4.99. The combined cost to you is still less than our anticipated final sale price for the Pro version.

    The main differences right now between the two versions of 1Password touch are the Safari bookmarklet and an enhanced copy-and-paste function. Since the iPhone OS itself provides the ability to copy and paste, this is already possible in the standard version, but you have to be in Edit mode to copy your data. 1Password touch Pro will offer some exclusive features in the future, such as WebDAV synching. You can read more about this on our blog, where we will continue to post updates as they develop:

    http://switchersblog.com“ rel=”nofollow”>http://switchersblog.com

    I hope that we’ve addressed your concerns. Should you have any others, please don’t hesitate to http://agile.ws/support“ rel=”nofollow”>contact us.

    Reply
  3. gita@agile.ws

    Thanks for the article, David! Luis, I’m really sorry you feel ripped off. Honestly, if we could include a free copy of the touch app with every licensed Mac copy, we would, but we can’t do that. Upgrades are also not possible in the App Store. As far as the Store is concerned, they’re two separate applications.

    We set the current sale price of 1Password touch Pro with all our customers in mind; it enables us to remain competitive in the market while offering “upgrade” pricing to those who purchased the standard version for $4.99. The combined cost to you is still less than our anticipated final sale price for the Pro version.

    The main differences right now between the two versions of 1Password touch are the Safari bookmarklet and an enhanced copy-and-paste function. Since the iPhone OS itself provides the ability to copy and paste, this is already possible in the standard version, but you have to be in Edit mode to copy your data. 1Password touch Pro will offer some exclusive features in the future, such as WebDAV synching. You can read more about this on our blog, where we will continue to post updates as they develop:

    http://switchersblog.com“ rel=”nofollow”>http://switchersblog.com

    I hope that we’ve addressed your concerns. Should you have any others, please don’t hesitate to http://agile.ws/support“ rel=”nofollow”>contact us.

    Reply
  4. gita@agile.ws

    Thanks for the article, David! Luis, I’m really sorry you feel ripped off. Honestly, if we could include a free copy of the touch app with every licensed Mac copy, we would, but we can’t do that. Upgrades are also not possible in the App Store. As far as the Store is concerned, they’re two separate applications.

    We set the current sale price of 1Password touch Pro with all our customers in mind; it enables us to remain competitive in the market while offering “upgrade” pricing to those who purchased the standard version for $4.99. The combined cost to you is still less than our anticipated final sale price for the Pro version.

    The main differences right now between the two versions of 1Password touch are the Safari bookmarklet and an enhanced copy-and-paste function. Since the iPhone OS itself provides the ability to copy and paste, this is already possible in the standard version, but you have to be in Edit mode to copy your data. 1Password touch Pro will offer some exclusive features in the future, such as WebDAV synching. You can read more about this on our blog, where we will continue to post updates as they develop:

    http://switchersblog.com“ rel=”nofollow”>http://switchersblog.com

    I hope that we’ve addressed your concerns. Should you have any others, please don’t hesitate to http://agile.ws/support“ rel=”nofollow”>contact us.

    Reply
  5. gita@agile.ws

    Thanks for the article, David! Luis, I’m really sorry you feel ripped off. Honestly, if we could include a free copy of the touch app with every licensed Mac copy, we would, but we can’t do that. Upgrades are also not possible in the App Store. As far as the Store is concerned, they’re two separate applications.

    We set the current sale price of 1Password touch Pro with all our customers in mind; it enables us to remain competitive in the market while offering “upgrade” pricing to those who purchased the standard version for $4.99. The combined cost to you is still less than our anticipated final sale price for the Pro version.

    The main differences right now between the two versions of 1Password touch are the Safari bookmarklet and an enhanced copy-and-paste function. Since the iPhone OS itself provides the ability to copy and paste, this is already possible in the standard version, but you have to be in Edit mode to copy your data. 1Password touch Pro will offer some exclusive features in the future, such as WebDAV synching. You can read more about this on our blog, where we will continue to post updates as they develop:

    http://switchersblog.com“ rel=”nofollow”>http://switchersblog.com

    I hope that we’ve addressed your concerns. Should you have any others, please don’t hesitate to http://agile.ws/support“ rel=”nofollow”>contact us.

    Reply
  6. hmurchison@gmail.com

    How’s that for diplomacy? Agile Web Solutions is like the ungreediest Mac developer I know of. I’m sitting here anxiously awaiting their 3.0 update so that I can give’em some more money. So I guess it is not with a sense of irony that you have Luis flaming them for having the audacity to charge for a premium version. Wow …tough crowd.

    Reply
  7. hmurchison@gmail.com

    How’s that for diplomacy? Agile Web Solutions is like the ungreediest Mac developer I know of. I’m sitting here anxiously awaiting their 3.0 update so that I can give’em some more money. So I guess it is not with a sense of irony that you have Luis flaming them for having the audacity to charge for a premium version. Wow …tough crowd.

    Reply
  8. hmurchison@gmail.com

    How’s that for diplomacy? Agile Web Solutions is like the ungreediest Mac developer I know of. I’m sitting here anxiously awaiting their 3.0 update so that I can give’em some more money. So I guess it is not with a sense of irony that you have Luis flaming them for having the audacity to charge for a premium version. Wow …tough crowd.

    Reply
  9. hmurchison@gmail.com

    How’s that for diplomacy? Agile Web Solutions is like the ungreediest Mac developer I know of. I’m sitting here anxiously awaiting their 3.0 update so that I can give’em some more money. So I guess it is not with a sense of irony that you have Luis flaming them for having the audacity to charge for a premium version. Wow …tough crowd.

    Reply
  10. hmurchison@gmail.com

    How’s that for diplomacy? Agile Web Solutions is like the ungreediest Mac developer I know of. I’m sitting here anxiously awaiting their 3.0 update so that I can give’em some more money. So I guess it is not with a sense of irony that you have Luis flaming them for having the audacity to charge for a premium version. Wow …tough crowd.

    Reply
  11. david@macsparky.com

    I have to agree with hmurchison. As full disclosure, I’ve met the 1Password developers several times over the past few years at Macworld and they are very nice people. That aside, they are also obsessive about making a great product that I use every day. I’ve never felt they were trying to screw me but instead get paid for a very useful product. I’ve bought 1Password for myself, my wife, and a few close friends who are Mac users and didn’t know better. When Agile first released their iPhone app, it was even free. Louis, you are entitled to your opinion but I don’t really think it is fair.

    Reply
  12. david@macsparky.com

    I have to agree with hmurchison. As full disclosure, I’ve met the 1Password developers several times over the past few years at Macworld and they are very nice people. That aside, they are also obsessive about making a great product that I use every day. I’ve never felt they were trying to screw me but instead get paid for a very useful product. I’ve bought 1Password for myself, my wife, and a few close friends who are Mac users and didn’t know better. When Agile first released their iPhone app, it was even free. Louis, you are entitled to your opinion but I don’t really think it is fair.

    Reply
  13. david@macsparky.com

    I have to agree with hmurchison. As full disclosure, I’ve met the 1Password developers several times over the past few years at Macworld and they are very nice people. That aside, they are also obsessive about making a great product that I use every day. I’ve never felt they were trying to screw me but instead get paid for a very useful product. I’ve bought 1Password for myself, my wife, and a few close friends who are Mac users and didn’t know better. When Agile first released their iPhone app, it was even free. Louis, you are entitled to your opinion but I don’t really think it is fair.

    Reply
  14. david@macsparky.com

    I have to agree with hmurchison. As full disclosure, I’ve met the 1Password developers several times over the past few years at Macworld and they are very nice people. That aside, they are also obsessive about making a great product that I use every day. I’ve never felt they were trying to screw me but instead get paid for a very useful product. I’ve bought 1Password for myself, my wife, and a few close friends who are Mac users and didn’t know better. When Agile first released their iPhone app, it was even free. Louis, you are entitled to your opinion but I don’t really think it is fair.

    Reply
  15. david@macsparky.com

    I have to agree with hmurchison. As full disclosure, I’ve met the 1Password developers several times over the past few years at Macworld and they are very nice people. That aside, they are also obsessive about making a great product that I use every day. I’ve never felt they were trying to screw me but instead get paid for a very useful product. I’ve bought 1Password for myself, my wife, and a few close friends who are Mac users and didn’t know better. When Agile first released their iPhone app, it was even free. Louis, you are entitled to your opinion but I don’t really think it is fair.

    Reply
  16. gkurowski@att.net

    Okay so people like Luis do have a purpose in life. The fact that you left his entry up … and thoughtfully responded to it, and then that it was somewhat “refuted” by a few faithful customers, says a lot to me. I ordered my 1password pro today. Looking forward to tossing lots of scraps of paper out of my desk and wallet.

    Reply
  17. gkurowski@att.net

    Okay so people like Luis do have a purpose in life. The fact that you left his entry up … and thoughtfully responded to it, and then that it was somewhat “refuted” by a few faithful customers, says a lot to me. I ordered my 1password pro today. Looking forward to tossing lots of scraps of paper out of my desk and wallet.

    Reply
  18. gkurowski@att.net

    Okay so people like Luis do have a purpose in life. The fact that you left his entry up … and thoughtfully responded to it, and then that it was somewhat “refuted” by a few faithful customers, says a lot to me. I ordered my 1password pro today. Looking forward to tossing lots of scraps of paper out of my desk and wallet.

    Reply
  19. gkurowski@att.net

    Okay so people like Luis do have a purpose in life. The fact that you left his entry up … and thoughtfully responded to it, and then that it was somewhat “refuted” by a few faithful customers, says a lot to me. I ordered my 1password pro today. Looking forward to tossing lots of scraps of paper out of my desk and wallet.

    Reply
  20. gkurowski@att.net

    Okay so people like Luis do have a purpose in life. The fact that you left his entry up … and thoughtfully responded to it, and then that it was somewhat “refuted” by a few faithful customers, says a lot to me. I ordered my 1password pro today. Looking forward to tossing lots of scraps of paper out of my desk and wallet.

    Reply
  21. emily@smith-central.com

    I bought 1Password Pro and love it, so far. Is there any hope that it will sync with something for a PC? I would love to be a mac user but can’t be right now (except for my phone)

    Also, the bookmarklet didn’t seem to work. I have the password/username set up for Amazon and it never logged me in – just sat there. Copy/paste works well, though.

    Reply
  22. emily@smith-central.com

    I bought 1Password Pro and love it, so far. Is there any hope that it will sync with something for a PC? I would love to be a mac user but can’t be right now (except for my phone)

    Also, the bookmarklet didn’t seem to work. I have the password/username set up for Amazon and it never logged me in – just sat there. Copy/paste works well, though.

    Reply
  23. emily@smith-central.com

    I bought 1Password Pro and love it, so far. Is there any hope that it will sync with something for a PC? I would love to be a mac user but can’t be right now (except for my phone)

    Also, the bookmarklet didn’t seem to work. I have the password/username set up for Amazon and it never logged me in – just sat there. Copy/paste works well, though.

    Reply
  24. emily@smith-central.com

    I bought 1Password Pro and love it, so far. Is there any hope that it will sync with something for a PC? I would love to be a mac user but can’t be right now (except for my phone)

    Also, the bookmarklet didn’t seem to work. I have the password/username set up for Amazon and it never logged me in – just sat there. Copy/paste works well, though.

    Reply
  25. emily@smith-central.com

    I bought 1Password Pro and love it, so far. Is there any hope that it will sync with something for a PC? I would love to be a mac user but can’t be right now (except for my phone)

    Also, the bookmarklet didn’t seem to work. I have the password/username set up for Amazon and it never logged me in – just sat there. Copy/paste works well, though.

    Reply
  26. ghwalser@yahoo.com

    I bought 1Password Pro from my iPhone and started using it with just the unlock code. I did not establish a master password. But now it says that I have a master password and I need to know it to change it. How can I now establish a master password for my recently downloaded program?

    Reply
  27. ghwalser@yahoo.com

    I bought 1Password Pro from my iPhone and started using it with just the unlock code. I did not establish a master password. But now it says that I have a master password and I need to know it to change it. How can I now establish a master password for my recently downloaded program?

    Reply
  28. ghwalser@yahoo.com

    I bought 1Password Pro from my iPhone and started using it with just the unlock code. I did not establish a master password. But now it says that I have a master password and I need to know it to change it. How can I now establish a master password for my recently downloaded program?

    Reply
  29. ghwalser@yahoo.com

    I bought 1Password Pro from my iPhone and started using it with just the unlock code. I did not establish a master password. But now it says that I have a master password and I need to know it to change it. How can I now establish a master password for my recently downloaded program?

    Reply
  30. ghwalser@yahoo.com

    I bought 1Password Pro from my iPhone and started using it with just the unlock code. I did not establish a master password. But now it says that I have a master password and I need to know it to change it. How can I now establish a master password for my recently downloaded program?

    Reply

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