1Password, a leader in identity security, on Wednesday announced the general availability of saving and signing in with passkeys directly from the 1Password mobile apps and browser extensions. 1Password customers can now create, manage, and sign in with passkeys on a growing number of websites and apps, providing cross-platform access
1Password, the popular password manager, is finally rolling out support for passkeys, the company announced in a blog post on Wednesday. The login technology, which does not require links or two-factor authentication codes, has been available to 1Password users in beta form since June. To use passkeys on a desktop device, you’ll need to download the 1Password extension, which works with Chrome and Safari, as well as some less popular browsers like LinuEdge and Brave. Firefox is still not...
1Password will now allow users to register and sign in with passkeys in your desktop browser and on iOS 17. Use passkeys to sign in to compatible websites, including Amazon, Google, Microsoft and more.Read Entire Article
1Password has announced a new update for its iOS app which brings support for passkey. Apple had earlier confirmed that it will allow third-party services to offer passkey support starting iOS 17.
Earlier this year, 1Password announced its plans to bring passkey support to its iOS app since iOS 17 lets third-party apps store the new passwordless sign-in method. Now that iOS 17 is available to the public, 1Password is rolling out the update with passkey support to iPhone and iPad users. more
A post on the official Counter-Strike 2 X (formerly Twitter) account seems to hint that the public release of the multiplayer team first-person shooter sequel could happen on September 27.
Apple today seeded the first betas of upcoming iOS 17.1 and iPadOS 17.1 updates to public beta testers, allowing non-developers to try out the software ahead of its release. The public iOS 17.1 and iPadOS 17.1 betas come a day after Apple released the betas for developers. Public beta testers can get the beta by opening up the Settings app, going to the Software Update section, tapping on the "Beta Updates" option, and toggling on the iOS 17 or iPadOS 17 Public Beta. Signing up on Apple's...
The expansion of ChatGPT language support in its alpha stage is a significant development in the field of artificial intelligence. This feature, currently in its alpha phase, requires users to opt in and is limited to a select number of supported languages. At present, it can only be used on the web at chat.openai.com. This […]
The popular instant messenger WhatsApp was developed with smartphones in mind. However, over the years, the app has become available for computers, too – with a brand new version for macOS released last month. Now WhatsApp is finally coming to the iPad, allowing users to access their messages on any Apple device. more