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1Password 6.6.2

AgileBits has released 1Password 6.6.2, enabling 1Password Watchtower by default and clarifying the sync options shown during initial setup. The update also fixes a layout issue where the Trash would float halfway up the sidebar, resolves a bug that prevented the Watchtower database from updating automatically, and eliminates a crash when adding a 1Password.com account by signing in using a Web browser. AgileBits also ensures that those who purchased 1Password via the Volume Purchase Program on the Mac App Store won’t be put into read-only mode.

As of version 6.6, the Mac App Store edition of 1Password is now free to download and works for 30 days in trial mode. After that, it prompts you to subscribe to 1Password — see this AgileBits blog post for details. ($64.99 new from AgileBits or free with a $2.99 or $4.99 per month subscription, free update, 47.4 MB, release notes, 10.10+)

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John Robinson  An apple icon for a TidBITS Supporter 2017-03-10 19:13
Maybe Agilebits will admit and fix how their icon will not stay in the my 17,1 iMac 10.12.3 screen overhead menu. They keep telling me to reinstall the app, but the icon seems to disappear after usage.
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