eWallet® 7.4 for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch is now in the App Store! This version includes several user-requested features. You can now set the font size bigger in Flex View (back side of the cards) on iPhone for easier reading. On iPhone you can now swipe horizontally to move between cards for more direct browsing. (I prefer search myself to quickly get me to a card, but if you like browsing through your cards, I think you’ll really like this feature.) You can now copy/paste entire cards – very handy for entering information in different cards that is mostly similar. We also made search more responsive, especially for large wallets.
Smart Copy (remove spaces and hyphens from credit cards numbers) is a really handy feature when you’re pasting a credit card number in web site from your wallet. And on the iPhone, if you have more than 32 cards in a category, you’ll now see an index/fast scroll area automatically show up in the list of cards. Finally, we almost always take you to the password screen for your wallet now on iPhone when locking so you don’t have to pick your wallet file every time, and we added higher resolution card icons to the product as well.
As always, please keep the great feedback coming!
Get all the info about eWallet here on our site.
Not too long after releasing eWallet® 7.3 for Android, we’re following it up with v7.4. The new 7.4 has several new features including a built-in password generator for creating great passwords, the ability to change the Bonjour/WiFi name used by eWallet on your device, and Smart Copy for credit card numbers.
Changing the Bonjour/WiFi name is handy, especially if you have more than one device of the same type in your household. Now your Bonjour/WiFi name can be “Sue’s Phone” instead of HTCEVOV4G. Smart Copy allows you to copy/paste credit card numbers and spaces and hyphens are automatically removed; they make the numbers more human readable but most websites don’t allow them.
We also now almost always take you to the password screen of last wallet you had opened rather than making you pick it from a list. We also fixed several other things that were minor, but make the product better. Thank you for all the great feedback and please keep it coming.
You can find eWallet in both Google Play (aka the Android Market) as well as on the Amazon appstore.
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