1Password Updated With Retina Graphics In The Mac App Store

1Password Updated With Retina Graphics In The Mac App Store

1Password for Mac, now with 3.5 million more pixels.

AgileBits has updated its 1Password app with Retina graphics in the Mac App Store. Version 3.9.6 of the password manager is available now as a free update for existing customers in the Mac App Store, and version 3.8.20 is also available from the AgileBits website. The Mac App Store version plays by Apple’s sandboxing rules, while the web version does not. 1Password is sold for $50 in the Mac App Store and $70 on the web.

1Password will also be ready to run on Mountain Lion when Apple ships the OS later this month.

“Available now in the Mac App Store and from our site is a shiny, extremely high-res new version of 1Password,” said David Chartier of AgileBits. “Accompanying all those new pixels are 130 new images for 1Password’s various interface elements, bringing 1Password’s total pixel count on a 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display up to 4,746,049. Yowsa.”

1Password joins the ranks of other marquee Mac apps like Reeder, Sparrow, Coda 2 and Twitterrific that have all been updated for the new MacBook Pro’s Retina display.

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