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Briefly: 1Password 4 teased, Pebble updates iOS app

updated 01:19 pm EDT, Fri August 23, 2013

New 1Password 4 information released

Earlier today, AgileBits released new information regarding the upcoming release of 1Password 4. The software has been in active beta development for several months now, but according to the company is on track for an official launch this fall. Among the new features showed off today was the ability to mark frequently used items as Favorites, iCloud syncing, and a re-architected browser extension written natively in Cocoa. Along with this information AgileBits also announced that 1Password 4 will be a free upgrade to all Mac App Store customers, as well as for any website customers who purchased on or after January 1, 2013.

Pebble updates iOS app with improved e-mail notification support

Pebble has launched an updated version of its official iOS app, bringing full support for e-mail push notification. E-mail notification support was first introduced earlier this month, but until now was limited to fetching data in 15-minute intervals. Also included in the update is a fix for compatibility with both AOL and iCloud e-mail accounts. The app first launched back in January alongside the smart watch, which gained popularity while raising over $10 million in funding through Kickstarter.




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