1Password announced a new update to their macOS password management tool this week.

With this new update, 1Password is adding support for the new Touch ID features that have been included on the Macbook Pro’s TouchBar, which not only provides specific application controls via an OLED touchscreen, but also integrates Apple’s Touch ID technology right into it.

With this update, you will be able to unlock 1Password with your fingerprint, just link you would with the iOS app.

Of course, the MacBook Pro with the TouchBar isn’t available yet, so you will have to wait until it begins shipping to use it.

When it is available, you will be able to activate the Touch ID unlock feature from within the Security Preferences panel from within the app.

Check out the video below for a quick look.

You can also find out more at the source link below.

Source: Mac App Store (1Password)

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