1Password comes to Windows Phone, available to users who signed up for alpha testing


1Password is a popular password management application. Developed by AgileBits, the app is available on all the major platforms – and now, it’s coming to Windows Phone too. While it’s an alpha release, those who have been eagerly awaiting for the old app on Windows Phone to be refreshed will now be able to aid in development.

The current version of the app is dated back to 2013 suggesting it as an outdated app. The new 1Password alpha is a universal app and is available from the Windows and Windows Phone stores. Do note that this is indeed an alpha release, so bugs and glitches are to be expected. The new release is still limited to those who signed up for the app and we are one of them. You can check out some preliminary screenshots below. We will be updating out readers on the latest developments in the app.

Here’re some screenshots of 1Password’s Windows Phone application:

The app looks much better than the public version and we hope to see it debut on the Windows Phone Store soon. For now you can get the public app below which is a very basic app. Download the app from the Windows Phone Store here or scan the QR code below:.


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