We have already seen that there are password managers for all tastes. We have LastPass that recently launched native application for OS X, Keep Pass X or the iCloud keychain itself. But for me 1Password is still the chosen option. Yesterday it was updated to version 5.2 with interesting new features.
Version 5.2 of 1Password adds new features including code generation for two-step verification. Just like applications such as Google Authenticator or similar, with the new feature introduced by Agile Bits in its password manager we will be able to log in to accounts that have two-step verification enabled in a more convenient way. Above all, without depending on other applications or the classic sending of an SMS.
No less important and useful is the new ability to enter startup data from a multitude of predefined sites from our iPhone or iPad. Now we only have to select the service and enter the precise data, the rest like the url, etc will already be preloaded.
Then we have other improvements when it comes to synchronizing the master password, backups, notifications, deletion of attachments from the editor,… A set of important improvements that still serves to convince all those who are still thinking about whether it is worth it or not.