AgileBits has released a new alpha release of 1Password for both Windows and Windows Phone. The suite enable users to stores and synchronize randomly generated passwords for various accounts. While it's an alpha release, those who have been eagerly awaiting for the old app on Windows Phone to be refreshed will now be able to aid with development.
The current release for Windows Phone was last updated in 2013 and still utilizes a basic UI, which is something this new alpha is looking to address. I, myself, was a 1Password user, but since their Windows Phone app was lacking, I did end up switching across to LastPass. Hopefully we're witnessing not only a totally revamped experience for Microsoft platforms, but signs of future support too.
The new 1Password alpha is a universal app, and is available from the Windows and Windows Phone stores. Do note that this is indeed an alpha release, so bugs and glitches are to be expected. Should you happen to come across anything that needs looking into, be sure to bring said issues to the attention of the developer.
Previously available in a closed testing program, you can now freely download the alpha release from respective stores.