Just a quick update — the Windows Store has an updated version of eWallet for Windows 8/RT that includes several fixes including: better drawing of graphics for the Surface Pro, ability to launch this version from a .wlt file, and some minor bug fixes. Thanks as always for your feedback and keep it coming!
Hey everyone! We just wanted to send out a quick announcement to let you know that our latest eWallet update was approved the other day by Apple.
This update includes some new features that we’re pretty excited about, added by popular request:
- Shortcuts to cards are now available on iOS so you can have the same card in multiple categories
- Search is now available at the top of category and card lists making it much easier to find a card
Happy Friday everyone! We just released an update to eWallet® for Mac OS X and I wanted to spread the word.
What’s new in this update? We’ve made improvements to fix a couple issues. If you’ve been waiting for the improved interface for editing Note Cards, then this update is for you! We also fixed the problem with the Date Field display in certain time zones.
If you already own eWallet for Mac, this is a free update. It’s available on our site and through the iTunes Mac App Store. If you’re new to eWallet and interested in eWallet for Mac, you can find out more right here.
Be sure to stay tuned to our blog – we’ve got some exciting projects under way and we’ll be posting our announcements here as soon as we can!
We just released eWallet® 7.2 and it’s got some great new features. The big news is that we’ve added Chrome to the list of browsers supported by AutoPass. And that’s just the beginning! For this update we pulled out our list of “frustrating little things” you’ve emailed us about, and we started checking them off!
Check out the list:
- AutoPass support for Chrome
- AutoPass support for Firefox 4 Beta
- Right-click context menus for the search results list
- Added hot keys
- Long text truncated with ellipses instead of being cut off
- Improved method for handling duplicate card names
- Hover over action displays truncated text as a tool tip
- Improved Home Ribbon layout
- Improved card list appearance
- Android sync improvements
- BlackBerry sync improvements
- iPhone sync improvements
- Corrected minor card display issues
- Allow ampersand in search
- A bunch of minor bug fixes!
It’s a great update that makes eWallet on your Windows PC even easier to use! We really think you’ll like the polish we’ve added! Get all the info about eWallet here on our site.
And for Mac users, stay tuned. We’re working on eWallet for Mac 7.1.5. Hopefully we’ll have that ready in the next few weeks.
We’re very excited to announce the release of eWallet GO!™ for Windows Phone 7. eWallet GO! is a streamlined, stand-alone secure information manager. It allows you to safely store your important information on your Windows Phone 7 device and to backup or restore your information using Google Docs or Dropbox.
eWallet GO! makes it extremely easy to store and access your most important information, and with the power of eWallet’s 256-bit AES encryption, you’ll know that the information you put in eWallet GO! is extremely safe! At just $4.99, it’s an incredible value.
You can get eWallet GO! today through the Windows Phone Marketplace on your Windows Phone 7 device or visit this page to find out more.
Existing users with questions about eWallet GO! can find out more here.
An update to eWallet® for Mac is now available for download. This update includes a new “Launch View” that makes it easier than ever to find and open your wallets. It also includes a number of minor fixes and tweaks designed to make using eWallet on Mac even easier.
With the official Windows Phone 7 announcement going out yesterday, I wanted to let you know that we’re working on a version of eWallet for Microsoft’s new mobile OS! eWallet for Windows Phone 7 is designed to perfectly fit the look and feel of the new OS. It takes the best features of eWallet and adapts them to Window Phone 7′s unique interface.
If you’ve gotten your hands on a Windows Phone 7 device, you know that Microsoft has created a really compelling OS. I know a lot of people had their doubts, but I have to say that Microsoft pulled out all the stops on this. The end results are devices that are really exciting to design software for.
Unfortunately, I can’t offer much more at this stage – you’ll have to wait for the official release for that – but I did include a screenshot below to give you a little hint of what we’re working on!