Illium Software has rolled out a key update for those who use eWallet for Android. The update, version 8.0.7 for those keeping score at home, brings a whole lot of bug fixes and improvements that should increase the overall usability of the app. For those who are not familiar with it, eWallet for Android is a productivity app that stores your password and other secure information in a 256-Bit encrypted “wallet” that you can sync with all of your devices and PC or Mac. It has been my go-to wallet app since… well forever really. I started using eWallet back in my original Pocket PC days. It’s a solid app that I have no hesitation in recommending.
Users of Ilium Software’s eWallet for Android have a new and important update to download today from the Google Play Store. The app has been updated to verson 8.0.5 for those keeping score at home and this build has a lot of bug fixes and improvements to the electronic wallet app, especially those impacted by a crashing issue or opening a wallet from email. I have been a user of eWallet for about a thousand years now – all the way back to my PocketPC days back in (dating myself here) 1999. While there are plenty of other wallet solutions out there, I’ve always found eWallet to be a solid performer regardless of platform. If you haven’t check out the app, here are some of the highlights:
- 256-bit military-grade AES encryption
- Sync your data seamlessly over the cloud (Dropbox) or via Wi-Fi with eWallet’s PC version; or sync via Wi-Fi with eWallet’s Mac version (PC and Mac versions purchased separately)
- Random password generator to keep your login details safe and secure
- Store bank account, insurance and personal details. Keep all your info close at hand, and secure
- Auto-locking feature
- Create and sync multiple wallets between computers and devices
- Customize your wallets with great-looking cards, backgrounds and categories
- AutoPass automatic password entering through built-in browser control
The OneNote for Windows 8.1 has been updated and it finally brings support for accessing password protected sections in your OneNote notebooks. But it still isn’t complete support which means you still need the desktop version of the app. Why Microsoft? Why?