eWallet Update Brings Full Android Marshmallow Permissions

One of the oldest yet best eWallet applications for Android remains in my opinion to be Ilium Software’s eWallet.  I have been using this app on a wide range of platforms for over a decade now and while there are other apps that do similar things – and even some a bit prettier and better – eWallet remains my go-to.  With the ability to sync across multiple devices and platforms, it gives me my plethoria of user names, passwords and PINs at my fingertips. It is 256-bit AES encrypted and can be set up to lock immediately once you leave the app.

The Ann Arbor, Michigan company has just released their latest update to eWallet and brings it into full compliance with Android Marshmallow’s new permissions system.  The update brings the app to version 8.1 for those keeping score at home with the flagship feature being the new permissions system.

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The updated eWallet will now have the full set of permissions in Marshmallow so you can give the app access – or not

eWallet for Android

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– to various other apps and services on your Android Phone.  This is all part of making Marshmallow more secure than previous versions.

This version of eWallet also bring a bug fix for some users who were having an issue attaching images to some cards in the app.  This wasn’t a widespread issue but if you encountered this as a user, this update should fix that for you.

eWallet for Android is $9.99 while the PC and Mac version to sync your wallet to your desktop is $19.99.  If you are looking for a solid wallet app to keep all your personal information secure, give eWallet a look and see if it is right for you.

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