Apple needs to allow password apps to integrate w Safari & other mobile browsers

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    After much research I learned that Apple doesn't allow modules etc to the browsers.

    I read this at iCab site in their Modules section.

    This slows use of the Ipad when trying to log into pass protected sites.

    One has to use the browsers in the Password Management apps- yuck.
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    Welcome from Australia

    1 password works fine as it launches in its own browser.
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    There is also "copy and paste" if you don't want to use the password protection app's browser.

    I use 1Password to keep all my login info and sometimes, if I need to go to a secure site, I copy the password info before I open the web browser I want to use. Then, it's a paste in and you are off, cruising on the information highway.

    Marilyn

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