It’s a 19 second teaser video, but it’s still enough to get the trigger finger itching for an update. AgileBits has released a really brief teaser video on YouTube this morning with the title, Coming Soon to an App Store near you.
1Password 4 for iOS is coming, and it looks like it’s a lot closer on the horizon than we thought.
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