eWallet® 7.5 for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch is now in the App Store. This new version includes several highly requested features from our users (some of whom have been with us for our 16+ year history!):
- Now includes AutoPass for automatically inserting user names and passwords on websites
- Direct editing added for faster and easier entry of card information
- New screen for easier adding of new cards
- Includes Intro for new users
- List of wallets improved and sample shown separately
- Updated sample wallet
We’ve got new features coming out soon for the Android version as well; we hope to share something with you on that platform in the next couple of weeks.
eWallet 7.5 for iOS is packaged as a Universal Version. That means you get both iPhone (iPod touch) and iPad combined into one product. eWallet 7.5 for iPhone and iPad runs on iOS 4.3 or higher. Get all the info about eWallet here on our site.
As always, please keep the great feedback coming!
Today we released eWallet® for Windows PC version 7.5 with several new user-requested features:
- Now uses Microsoft’s .NET 4 technology for improved reliability and speed
- Built-in notification of updates with option to download and install directly
- Includes support for high DPI screens now found on some laptops
- Ribbon bar improved, gets Office 2013 style, background images
- Now show more information about cards
- First card field automatically gets title when appropriate
- SyncPro® updated in preparation for Windows 8.1
- Now automatically handle case where Windows decides to mess with settings file
- Improvements to recent cards list
- Other miscellaneous improvements and fixes
eWallet for Windows PC runs on all versions of Windows 7, and runs on Windows 8 in Desktop mode. You can download the latest Windows PC version from our site.
Thanks as always for your feedback and keep it coming!
The new 7.2 version of eWallet® for Windows 8/RT is now in the Windows Store. This new version adds printing, a change to the show/hide password button, the ability to set the default card type for a category, and several other fixes and enhancements.
The new printing feature (always a popular request) allows you to print a single card, all the cards in a category, the cards in search results, or all the cards in your wallet. You access printing in the standard way, from Devices in the Charms area. Several users wrote to us that they didn’t like the default Windows 8 behavior of having to hold the show/hide password button to see the password. We updated the behavior so it’s sticky now, pressing the button will toggle and keep the password hidden or visible, whichever you like.
Windows 8.1 Preview
In other news, Microsoft recently announced Windows 8.1 (no official release date yet). This new version includes several UI changes, including more than two apps on a screen, that we think will make Windows 8 even nicer to use when not in desktop mode. We’re busy looking at all the changes now to see what we’ll need to do to eWallet to take advantage of the new features.
After getting emails from several Moxier Wallet users about their wallet app being discontinued, we thought it might be useful to put the information they are looking for right up on our blog.
eWallet supports Windows PC, Mac, iOS, and Android.
Since Moxier Wallet exports to a CSV file, users will be able to import their existing wallet data into the free trial version of “eWallet for Windows PC” with little modification. The instructions for getting your data ready to import are here. And you can get more info about how the eWallet importer works here.
You can download the 30-day free trial version of eWallet for WinPC.
Questions? You can contact us directly, or search our support articles.
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We’re happy to report that the new Mac OS X version of eWallet® is now available in the Mac App Store. This new version fully supports Apple’s App Sandbox technology:
The App Sandbox in OS X helps ensure that apps do only what they’re intended to do. App sandboxing isolates apps from the critical system components of your Mac, your data, and your other apps. Even if an app is compromised by malicious software, sandboxing automatically blocks it to keep your computer and your information safe. OS X Mountain Lion delivers even better sandboxing protection in Safari. And it adds sandboxing to new apps like Notes, Reminders, and Game Center, as well as existing apps such as Mail and FaceTime.
The new version now also includes support for the Retina display on the popular MacBook Pro, providing ultra clear graphics and sharp text, and an updated toolbar for easier use of common activities.
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 here on our site.
Today we released eWallet® for Windows PC version 7.4.4. The release included several miscellaneous fixes including:
- Improved support for multiple monitors, especially when the configuration changes (e.g., you have a laptop and sometimes use an external monitor)
- Improved wireless synchronizing with the Android version of eWallet when you have multiple wallets and are using Bonjour
- Several improvements to AutoPass where we can automatically fill in the username and password on even more sites now
You can download the latest Windows PC version from our site.
A new Mac version is in the pipeline too; we’re just waiting for approval from Apple to release it in the Mac App Store.
Thanks as always for your feedback and keep it coming!
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!
Scott Hanselman has put together a new video you might find useful if you’re new to Windows 8. It’s about 25 minutes but moves along pretty quickly — he also does a nice job of highlighting the differences between Windows 8 and Windows 7. If you’re looking for a condensed version, I’ve also included a link to an earlier video that’s about 3 minutes long.
And here’s a link to the short one, “How to use Windows 8 in 3 minutes“.
A new version of eWallet® for Windows 8/RT should be hitting the Windows Store today. This new version adds several new features including pinning cards to a category (shortcuts) or even the Windows start screen, hiding passwords by default (there’s now a reveal button), supporting Skype from a phone number in a card, and several other enhancements.
Probably the most visible feature in this release is pinning cards. This is really handy if you’d like one of your cards to show up in more than one category in eWallet. The pinned card acts like a shortcut to the actual card and makes your information available in more than one place without having to duplicate it. If you have a card you use a lot, you also have the option of pinning it right to the Windows start screen; when you start eWallet with that pinned tile, you’ll go right to your favorite card (after entering your password of course).
eWallet for Windows 8 and Windows RT is available exclusively in the Windows Store. Check it out if you get a chance, and as always, keep the feedback coming!
eWallet® is now available for Windows RT! What is Windows RT, you might ask? Windows RT is essentially Microsoft’s version of Windows 8 that runs on the ARM chipset. Microsoft’s first tablet, the Surface, is available initially as a Windows RT device.
eWallet for Windows 8 has been out since, well…, Windows 8 but until this week we didn’t have support for RT. The two platforms are combined into a single product and are available exclusively in the Windows Store.
We’ve added some other features recently too like a trial version so you can check out eWallet before buying it, and we’ve added some additional security options. Check it out if you get a chance, and as always, keep the feedback coming!