Sonos, 1Password apps receive Retina updates
A couple of well-known apps have received updates today providing all of the Retina display love that you've been waiting for. 1Password for Mac and the Sonos Controller apps for iPhone and iPad now have bazillions of more pixels for your viewing pleasure.
Over at AgileBits, ex-TUAWer David Chartier noted that "Our valiant designer, Dan Peterson, just got done hand-crafting over three and a half million new pixels just for you, owners of the new MacBook Pro with Retina display. And boy is his paint brush tired! ba-dum"
The update to 1Password 3.9.6 for Mac is free for Mac App Store customers, while those who purchased the app via the website get a free upgrade to 1Password 3.8.20 for Mac (go to 1Password > Check for Updates).
Next, if you have a Sonos wireless HiFi system, you'll be happy to know that the Sonos Controller apps for iPhone and iPad have high-resolution graphics designed for Retina display devices. Sonos also noted that they've added the ability to use the hard volume buttons on your favorite iOS device to control your Sonos system volume.
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