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eWallet 8.0.2 Update in Mac App Store

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eWallet® 8.0.2 for macOS is now in the Mac App Store. This small update includes some fixes as well as additional support for macOS Sierra. We fixed an issue when syncing via iCloud and the home folder is not on the boot volume — not a very common situation but we didn’t want it to slow anyone down. We also fixed an issue specific to the new Sierra version of macOS that affected some people who using non-English characters in their category names.

eWallet 8.0.2 for Mac runs on macOS 10.9 (Mavericks) or later, (including Yosemite, El Capitan, and Sierra). This update is free for all users who already purchased a license of eWallet version 7 or 8 from Apple’s Mac App Store. Get all the info about eWallet (including access to a 30-day trial version) here on our site.

As always, please keep the great feedback coming!

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eWallet and SyncPro are registered trademarks of Ilium Software, Inc.

Mac Users Rejoice: You Can Now Cloud Sync eWallet With Mobile Devices

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You’ve got a full cup of hot coffee, your Mac is booted up, and the website for the latest awesome software you recently registered for on your smartphone awaits your login information.You’re ready to get started on a crucial project, and time is ticking away.

There’s just one problem: when you originally set up your account, you generated a unique username and random password using your eWallet® password management app on your smartphone.

But now you’re on your Mac.

And you never synced the devices to update your Mac with the new password.

And your smartphone is out of juice.

Are you in a no-win situation? Are you going to have to wait for your smartphone to charge to hunt down your login information? Are you going to have to go through the whole “Forgot my password” song-and-dance? Is your coffee going get (gasp) cold before you can get started on your project?

eWallet Cloud Sync to the Rescue

Not anymore, thanks to the new eWallet 8 for Mac OS X. The latest version of eWallet includes a new feature that allows automatic syncing via the cloud. No more manual syncs, no more lost passwords, no more no-win situations, no more cold coffee.

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How it Works

Let’s say you’ve just updated your Facebook password on your phone. The next time you fire up eWallet on your Mac, the program will automatically search for updates stored in your master wallet on iCloud or Dropbox. And BAM: your Mac has that newly created password ready the next time you avoid your work by checking Facebook.

No Internet? No Problem.

Your master wallet stored in the cloud can be shared and synchronized with a compatible version of eWallet on any supported device — and each device gets its own local copy of the wallet, so even if the Internet is unavailable for a while, you still have a copy of all your important information with you.

More Syncing Options

If you’re not into the whole cloud storage thing, no worries: eWallet has other options, including local WiFi sync and folder sync, all conveniently organized in the Sync Manager.

eWallet's Sync Manager

So to sum up:

  • Mac Users now have the option to automatically sync their eWallet information with any other device via the cloud
  • Your sensitive data will always travel with you, thanks to local copies of your wallets in any device with the eWallet app installed
  • You have the option to opt out of Cloud sync using the Sync Manager tool

Alright, now stop browsing the internet and drink your coffee before it gets cold.

eWallet for Mac runs on OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) or later, (including Yosemite and El Capitan). This upgrade is free for all users who already purchased a license of eWallet version 7 from Apple’s Mac App Store. Get all the info about eWallet (including access to a 30-day trial version) here on our site.

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A special thanks to our Mac beta testing team who were so helpful with feedback during the beta period. If you’re interested in participating in a future beta, or have any questions or comments about the release, please contact us!

eWallet and SyncPro are registered trademarks of Ilium Software, Inc.

eWallet 7.4.4 for Mac OS X Update


Today we released eWallet® for Mac OS X version 7.4.4. It’s a minor release that includes a fix for handling invalid bookmarks, a piece of Mac technology that helps manage permissions to files. A big thank you to our beta testers for helping us sort out this issue; not many people seemed to be effected but we’re happy to have it resolved.

eWallet for Mac runs on OS X 10.7 (Lion) or later. This upgrade is free for all users who already own a license of eWallet version 7 for the Mac. If you purchased a copy from Apple using their Mac App Store, then you’ll be able to use the Update feature in that store to get the new version. Get all the info about eWallet (including access to a 30-day trial version) here on our site.

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Thanks as always for your feedback and keep it coming!

eWallet GO! Sale Extended Through Friday!

eWallet GO!We had such an incredible response to our eWallet GO!™ Back to School sale that we decided to extend it!  For the next five days, you can get eWallet GO! on any platform for just 99 cents.

Follow the links below to get eWallet GO! for just 99 cents!

Thanks again to everyone that purchased eWallet GO! and a special thank you to everyone who reviewed it. We really appreciate your support, and we want to thank you for helping to make eWallet GO! the best-selling secure information management app in the iTunes App Store!

eWallet GO!—Auto-Sync and an Amazing Sale!

eWallet GO!We’re very excited to announce the addition of automatic synching for eWallet GO!™ on Windows PC and iOS. With this update, eWallet GO! can automatically save an encrypted backup of your info to either Google Docs or Dropbox whenever you make a change! And if you set up eWallet GO! on another device to synchronize with the same service, eWallet GO! will automatically synchronize the information between the devices. No more manual backup and restore!

This feature is only available on Windows PC and iOS at this time, but we hope to add it to eWallet GO! on Mac, Android, and Windows Phone in the future.

As if that weren’t enough, we also added full Landscape support to eWallet GO! on iOS.

To celebrate this release, we’re offering a Back-to-School Special! For a limited time, you can get eWallet GO! for your mobile device (iOS, Android, or Windows Phone) for just 99 cents! But wait…there’s more! You can also get eWallet GO! on your Windows PC or Mac for free!

What are you waiting for? Hop over to and get your copies of eWallet GO! before the sale ends!

eWallet GO! now available for Mac OS X

eWallet GO!Hot on the heels of last week’s eWallet GO! releases for Android and iOS, our popular new password app is available for another platform – Mac OS X. With this latest version, eWallet GO! now works on iPhone, iPod touch, Android, Windows Phone 7, Mac and Windows PC.

eWallet GO! is our streamlined, secure information manager that’s really easy to use and gives you a lot of flexibility working with your data. What does eWallet GO! have to offer? How about:

  • 256-bit AES encryption
  • Over 25 ready-to-use card templates
  • Over 45 card icons to choose from
  • Robust search function
  • Auto-lock when left idle
  • Amazingly easy-to-use

And eWallet GO! makes backing up and restoring a breeze with Google Docs and Dropbox. Just backup to the cloud and you won’t have to worry about losing your data after you enter it. You can easily restore your file to your Mac too, and if you own eWallet GO! on any of its available mobile platforms, you can use the backup and restore features to move your information back and forth, keeping it up-to-date wherever you are.

eWallet GO! is just $4.99 through the Mac App Store. More information, including screenshots and details on how to buy, are available on our site. If you’re a current eWallet 7 customer that wants to switch over to eWallet GO!, you can find out more here.

Just updated: eWallet for Mac

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!

eWallet for Mac Update

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.

If you already own eWallet for Mac, you can download the latest version here. If you don’t own eWallet for Mac yet, go here to find out more about how you can get it today!

eWallet Listed at Apple’s Mac Software Site

Wow! It’s been a busy week over here! We just received word that eWallet for Mac is now listed at Apple’s official Mac OS software site. You can check it out here. You can download the trial version from Apple, but you still make the final purchase through the Ilium Software Online Store.

That’s it for this week…check back Monday as we have yet another cool thing coming up next week!

eWallet for Mac Update

We just released an updated version of eWallet for Mac today. This update includes a couple of quick fixes that we wanted to get out right away. First, it solves problems some of our Leopard users were running into. Second, it corrects the maximized behavior so that the Properties drawer doesn’t appear off screen.

You can grab the latest version from here and use your unlock codes from the previous release to register the software. Or if you don’t have your unlock codes, you can always request that we send them again using this form.