TiPb Apps #1.5 -- 1Password for iPhone and iPad (Macworld 2010)

1password interview, Macworld 2010

David Chartier, Chief Media Producer for Agile Web Solutions, talks to TiPb's Rene and Leanna about 1Password [$4.99 - iTunes link] and 1Password Pro [$7.99 - iTunes link] for the iPhone... and iPad!

Watch along after the jump, and for more on 1Password for iPad, see David's just-blogged mockups of their initial UI concepts at SwitchersBlog.com!

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TiPb Apps #1.5 -- 1Password for iPhone and iPad (Macworld 2010)

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Great interview, asked a lot of things I would. Seems like a cool and useful app. Not sure if its for me though.

Appreciated the form-filling tip in the middle of the video, but I wish he had given more insight on what the ipad version will be like.

With all the programs, and internet apps, and places that require passwords it is nice to be able to keep them all within reach wile still keeping them safe and secure.

I love having 1Password on my MacBook and my iPhone and I'm really looking forward to downloading it onto my iPad.

1Password Pro was really annoying me when I first bought cause when you used the browser the screen could not rotate according to how you held the phone. They finally fixed this and now I've slowly started to use it more and more and recommend it. I wish the full Mac version wasn't so expensive. I put off buying it cause I think it cost to much.

1password was free a long time ago, and a coworker convinced me it was worth trying. Now, it has become an intrical part of my computer life and is essential in a world where you need to change your passwords almost every other week. Even at it's current force point, I think that anyone who does a good deal of time online would benefit from this secure orgization tool.

Great, informative interview. Particularly impressive is the encryption and auto-filling of form data. Also, from my personal experience using the iPhone app, great and convenient for those websites (like educational/university logins) that forcibly disable automatic saved password filling.

I'm obsessed with password security. While this is a great tool for some I'm sure, I'm a bit paranoid about storing my passwords anywhere other than my head.

It looks pretty nice although it sucks not being able to integrate more thoroughly with iPhone Safari. The steep price of the mac version is a bit of a roadblock as well.

I love 1Password, too. Love having it because it allows me to make secure passwords for sites that I rarely use that I don't need to memorize.