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Ann Arbor, Michigan – Just a week after the initial release, Ilium Software has updated their award-winning password manager, eWallet(R), on the iTunes App Store. This latest release includes new features and improvements for eWallet on the iPad(TM).
One of the new features is an option for customers to backup and restore their wallet files via email, giving them another method to save their information and store a copy in the event they need it in the future. eWallet on the iPad now also opens wallet files sent as email attachments, so when customers do choose to back up their wallets using the email option, they will have an easy way to restore any file at a later date. Improvements have also been made to eWallet’s “tap and hold” functionality on the iPad.
More information about eWallet for iPad, including screenshots and details on how to buy, can be found on Ilium Software’s site. Customers who purchase eWallet for the iPad can use the same software on their iPhone or iPod touch with no extra cost. eWallet works on all three devices for one low price.
Along with the eWallet for iPad update, Ilium Software also released a new version of eWallet Lite to the App Store, adding iPad support there as well. The Lite version of eWallet has all the same features as eWallet, but is limited to ten cards in one wallet file. This lets customers see and use the eWallet functionality on their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with no charge. More details about eWallet Lite can be found on Ilium Software’s site.
This update is among several recent releases from Ilium Software, including the new eWallet Viewer for Android, and an update to the eWallet for Mac OS X beta preview that adds many exciting features.
* Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later
* 4.4 MB
Pricing and Availability:
eWallet 7.1.2 is $9.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category.
Founded in 1997, Ilium Software is a privately held, independent software vendor. The company produces and sells a family of award-winning consumer and business mobile applications for Windows PC, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, iPhone and other mobile devices. Complete information about Ilium Software and its products is available online. Copyright (C) 1997-2010 Ilium Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
TouchMyApps is giving away 3 copies of eWallet ($9.99), arguably the best and most comprehensive password/info manager apps for your iPhone/iPod Touch. Needless to say, with just about everyone entering some form of personal data into their iDevice, keeping sensitive info from prying eyes is a must.Â Chiffan recently reviewed illium Software’s eWallet and found it to be an excellent choice for anyone looking to protect their data.
If you need a robust, beautiful, easy-to-use, and full-featured PIM for your iPhone, then eWallet is THE choice for you. There is no need to mention such included features as 256bit AES encryption or entry searching when writing about such a product: it has it all.
While there are less costly alternatives at the App Store, you simply get what you pay for with eWallet. If you’re in the market for an app to keep all your personal information safe in one place, see the full contest details within on how you can win a copy for yourself. Good luck!
Way before the iPhone, I had the misfortune of owning a *censored* WM PocketPC. I shudder when I remember the problems I had using it and luckily (probably) it was stolen only about a year after buying it. One thing I was sure about was that all my private info was safe since I used eWallet (yep, this app has been around for awhile) to store it. After getting my iPhone, I immediately started browsing the App Store for a PIM application and was relieved to find that my good old friend, eWallet has been resurrected for hallowed use on the Jesus Phone.