Now, 1Password for Mac has been updated to version 5.3, up from version 5.2, and adds not only one-time password support, but also plenty of other key features using the app. Of course, the biggest part of the update is the two-father authorization support, which many users will find helpful in their every day usage. On top of that, there is better support for filling in credit card information quickly and securely, for a number of sites.
More custom fields have been added for good measure, along with the ability to add fields when necessary as well.
Finally, some fixes to help some issues that some users were facing recently. That includes some date-handling issues that users were experiencing, with AgileBits, the developer behind the app, saying they’ll have a blog post published soon to go over what happened.
1Password for Mac costs $49.99, and there’s a link to the app down below if you want to check it out. The update was released on April 6, so users with it already installed should have the new features ready to go.