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Topic # 24620 29-Jul-2008 12:10
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Those familiar with 1Password for the Mac will be pleased to hear that a native iPhone app is on its way with ability to sync with your Mac version

the kicker...

Pricing

For a limited time we have decided to give away the iPhone/iPod touch of 1Password for FREE!!


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  Reply # 152707 30-Jul-2008 15:11
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Good heads-up.  I grabbed a copy today and i like it.

Jon



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  Reply # 153026 31-Jul-2008 15:11
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A little buggy, but syncs with my Mac version and is FREE  Laughing
Now maybe I need a shorter master password.  A 14 digit alphaNumSymbol and Case password gets hard on iPhone. 

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  Reply # 153032 31-Jul-2008 15:25
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I wonder if they will start charging in the future for upgrades to new versions...



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  Reply # 153055 31-Jul-2008 16:04
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It states Free for a limited time.  
At some point they will also charge for iPhone standalone.

Would be good if those users with full desktop version still get updates for free.(and maybe upgrades if you are on the latest desktop version)
Question comes down to when devs determine it is an upgrade rather than an update. (significant new features to be added) 



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  Reply # 154464 5-Aug-2008 21:09
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nxc

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Reply # 154635 6-Aug-2008 13:53
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The updated has solved quite a bit of issues. And the best thing is synced with Mac version OTA. Luv it.

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