Agile Bits the creators of the awesome 1Password password management application have this week announced the release of a new update for the Mac version, in the form of 1Password 6.2.
Which brings with it a wealth of new options including two new major updated features including a more functional and easier way to import your passwords from other services, just incase you might like to jump ship from your current password management provider.
The developers of 1Password explain more about the new features and functionality of the new import feature that is now included in the 1Password 6.2 update :
We’ve made 1Password a lot more versatile and accessible in recent months. We’ve had beautiful updates to 1Password for Android, iOS, and Mac. We announced 1Password for Teams and 1Password Families. We also have 1Password beta for Windows 10 in the Windows Store. This is the best time for you, your businesses, and your loved ones to join our 1Password family. We wanted to make switching to 1Password a breeze, so we took another look to make sure importing data was simple. If you’re joining us from another app, jump right in—the water’s fine and the sailing’s smooth!
One of the most magical things about 1Password is the handy-dandy browser extension, which automatically saves your passwords. It’s also the way 1Password knows how to fill in your information on sites asking for your shipping information or credit card number. The extension is powered by what we call the brain, and boy has it been doing its homework lately. It studied numerous websites, drank some ginseng-infused green tea, and now is ready to fill your information on any website you throw at it. When you save a new Login, the brain will also take a stab at filling in a good title for you.
For more information on the new 1Password 6.2 update for Mac systems jump over to the Agile Bits website for details via the link below.