Do you have to manually initiate syncing via WiFi now?
It doesn't automatically launch on the iOS device 1Password when you load it and 1Password is already running on the desktop like it used to in 1Password 3? And it seems you have to manually select WiFi syncing on the desktop via as well.
So it's totally manual on both sides? And have to manually initiate? Not very user friendly.
So to be clear even after the WiFi setup is done to sync via WiFi we have to:
And we have to do all these steps each and every time we want to sync our mobile devices' copy of 1Password....?
Dude that's not very user friendly - you guys really don't like WiFi sync do you?
When you redesign this because of all the user complaints (they are sure to come) I'll be a beta tester for you.
I have to say this again...
I find it pretty amazing that for a high security program like this to sync between desktop and mobile devices you have to leave a dialog box like this...
continuously open on your desktop with a sensitive secret code showing (that you are going to use each time you sync) that people can see, write down, and use and be able to pull down (steal) all your passwords onto their own mobile copy of 1Password. Heck they can even make a separate vault for it and call it "stolen passwords". Who designed this UI?
Why don't you use something like a self-signed certificate that is generated on the desktop 1Password and you import into the iOS 1Password.
Sorry, but this is so insecure it's almost unusable. The dialog box should say "For your insecurity, Wi-Fi sync..."