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1Password Brings Back the Ability to Create Standalone Vault in iOS App

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Earlier this week, Canadian-based password management service 1Password quietly removed the free-to-use option of creating a standalone vault from the iOS app, forcing users to sign up for a membership or a standalone vault.

Today, 1Password has pushed another update to the app in which customers with a prior purchase can once again create a standalone vault during setup.

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In addition to restoring the ability to create a local vault, the latest 7.3.4 update for 1Password also makes it possible to turn off Two-Factor Authentication for your 1Password Account directly from Settings. Minor bug fixes and improvements have been added too.

Below are the full release notes:

New:

It is now possible to turn off Two-Factor Authentication for your 1Password Account from Settings > 1Password Accounts > account settings. {3862}

Improvements:

The default web addresses created when adding a new Apple ID login have been updated. {#3968}

Fixed:

Fixed an issue that prevented setting up 1Password from a backup.
Restored the ability to create standalone vaults from setup to customers who had previously purchased 1Password 4 for iOS or the Pro Features in-app purchase.

Well done AgileBits!

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