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1Password 3.6 Released With Firefox 5, Mac OS X Lion Support

Agile has announced the release of 1Password 3.6 which features support for Firefox 5, Mac OS X Lion, Safari 5.1, and Fluid 1.0.
● Firefox 5 support – Mozilla is stepping up its browser release schedule, and Firefox 5 officially comes out of beta tomorrow, Tuesday June 21. Now you can be ready for it a day early! Because of Mozilla’s brisk new pace, though, we have dropped support for Firefox 3.x, so you’ll need at least 4.0 or 5.0 to use 1Password 3.6.
● 10.7 Lion and Safari 5.1 support – We love what we’ve seen in Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, which Apple plans to release sometime this summer. In fact, we’re so excited that we wanted to make sure you could use 1Password with Lion the day it ships! To help you arrive on Lion with style, we radically redesigned our Safari extension based on the beautiful Chrome extension we introduced last November.
● Fluid support – 1Password has supported Fluid, Todd Ditchendorf’s app for creating site-specific browsers, for some time. Now that Fluid has gone 1.0, we updated 1Password to ensure you can keep on browsing.
● Support for 10.5 Leopard, PowerPC removed- To keep 1Password lean, mean, and prepared for the future, we occasionally have to pick the right time to remove support for previous platforms. For 10.5 Leopard and PowerPC, that time is now.
● Dropbox 1.2 support – Dropbox is making some key changes under the hood in an upcoming version 1.2 release, so we wanted to remain a step ahead. This is the same release that has been available as an experimental beta from Dropbox’s forums.
You can go to 1Password > Check for Updates to update or manually download the software from the link below…
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