eWallet for iPhone: The Movie!

Pull up a chair and grap the popcorn! It’s eWallet for iPhone: The Movie! We know people are dying to get their hands on eWallet for iPhone but we’re still waiting on Apple!* In the meantime, we put together this short (about 1 minute, 40 seconds) demo video for you so that you can see the new software in action! Enjoy!

 The movies are in Quicktime format (seemed appropriate considering it’s for an Apple product) and are provided in three different resolutions for your viewing pleasure!

High Res (11 MB)
Med Res (9 MB)
Low Res (5 MB)

 * “What’s the hold up?” you ask. While we aren’t entirely sure, it looks like it has something to do with export approval. As most of your know our 256-bit AES encryption is exteremly powerful – so powerful, in fact, that we have to get a variety of government approvals to export eWallet (yep – an eWallet program so powerful exporting it to the wrong people is a potential security threat!) So anyhow, Apple has told us that it should be in the store by the 11th so we’re still hoping to make the “It’s Out!” announcement tomorrow!

 

 

11 thoughts on “eWallet for iPhone: The Movie!

  1. Kerim Satirli

    Wow, looking great!

    I said it before and I will say it again: this is the first application I have seen that actually turns the iPhone from a toy into something useful.

    Now, when did you say the OS X version was coming out? No, I mean, seriously. Porting from OS X (iPhone) to OS X (full blown) might not be that difficult …

  2. Rick Lobrecht

    Yeah, I was a little disappointed when I couldn’t find eWallet in the store this morning (not that I have an iPhone or any plans to get one, since my employer provides my WM phone.) I’m glad to hear that it is still coming.

    Any news on that hinted Mac version?

  3. Michael Hampton

    I currently have the ppc version and the desktop program. Will the iPhone version still work wiht the desktop program or will I need to manually re-enter everything if I buy an iPhone?

  4. Scott Bradley

    Echoing the comment above – when will eWallet be available as a desktop application for Mac? Please keep inquiring minds posted on status!

  5. Fabrizio Acquaviva

    In my case my MacBook Pro laptop is configured with a VM running Vista where I have eWallet 6 installed, but my iTunes library is my MAC OS X side. How will I be able to sync my “My Wallet.wlt” on the iPhone with the desktop application if you did not port a native universal binary for MAC OS X?
    Will it at least pull the “My Wallet.wlt” file from some predefined place (FTP) so as to avoid retyping all my data?
    In the mean time, why don’t you post some instructions and installation procedures to shed some light on this?

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  7. Cameron B

    I, too, would like to know about a Mac desktop version. I currently have a Palm device and sync with the Windows desktop version. The most important thing is to be able to somehow open my existing .WLT file to avoid re-typing several years worth of data.

    But having a native Mac desktop version to sync to would make things even better!

  8. Rodney

    Looks fantastic. I can’t wait to get my iPhone and get eWallet on it. I’m hoping/assuming it will read my current windows .wlt file as well.
    Good work Ilium! It is as beautiful as it is functional.

  9. Marc Post author

    All your “will my old file work” questions are now answered in the latest blog post!

    As for Mac in the long run, we’re working on it! In the short run – we have a little something planned for next month that will at least help!

  10. Ray

    This is going to be awesome to have for the iPhone. I just made the leap to iPhone after doing Windows Mobile for many, many years and the first thing I thought about was how much it was going to suck to lose eWallet in my pocket. So I hoped for the best and YES!

    (quick comment about the movie though, cool and appropriate to be in quicktime, but when trying to view it on the iPhone 3g it says it is not a supported format.)

  11. Marc Post author

    “Not a supported format”

    Now that’s funny. I’ll play with it a bit and see if I can figure out if there is anything we can do. :)

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