updated 10:26 am EST, Fri December 6, 2013
Users can now print complete lists of saved items
AgileBits is today releasing v4.1 of 1Password for Mac, its flagship software for storing logins, credit card numbers, and other sensitive data. One major addition is an improved browser plugin, which will now let people use the auto-save function to update existing passwords, instead of just store new ones. Items can now also be tagged from the auto-save panel.
Within 1Password itself, any custom field can be set as a password field, automatically hiding its contents by default. Users can nevertheless search through these and all fields via an updated search tool. Other changes include an option to print out a complete list of saved items, and a bugfix for syncing issues.
The software costs $50, and requires OS X 10.8.4 or later. The v4.1 update should appear at AgileBits' website later today; a Mac App Store release is pending approval from Apple.