Lock your passwords, credit cards and bank account numbers behind military-grade encryption and have them organized and ready when you need them by installing the most sophisticated and easy to-use password manager on your Mac. Stay safe, stay strong, stay smart with eWallet®.
COMPLETE PASSWORD MANAGEMENT
Your digital life is at risk if you aren’t using secure passwords, but you needn’t worry organizing and protecting sensitive information any more thanks to eWallet.
This robust security app provides password storage on-the-go, so you can still log in to your bank account, store your credit card and PIN numbers, and lock your online life away while still having full and free access whenever you want it.
SAFETY AND SIMPLICITY
With full iCloud or Dropbox backup of your secure “wallets” and the option to seamlessly sync data between devices and computers, eWallet is as convenient as it is strong. Check out its powerhouse features below, and find out more at http://www.iliumsoft.com/ewallet.
* 256-bit military-grade AES encryption
* Optimized for retina displays
* Dark Mode on macOS Mojave (10.14)
* Backup your data to iCloud or Dropbox
* Sync your data seamlessly via Cloud or Wi-Fi with eWallet’s iOS and Android apps (purchased separately)
* Random password generator to keep your login details safe and secure
* Store bank account, insurance and personal details. Keep all your info close at hand, and secure
* Complete live search to quickly find the info you need
* Auto-locking feature
* Create and sync multiple wallets between computers and devices
* Item-level sync lets you use and change your info everywhere
* Customize your wallets with great-looking cards, backgrounds and categories
* Add personal notes and security questions to any card
* Have as many different wallets as you want
* AutoPass automatic password entering support
Ilium Software has over 21 years of mobile security software experience and is trusted by more than half a million users around the world to deliver the most comprehensive, user-friendly solution to personal data security. Don’t risk being without eWallet.
* Fixed a manual sync issue affecting some people on macOS Mojave
Ratings and Reviews
Have used it for a number of years now
My husband has been using this app for at least the last 6 years, and I've been using it for about 2. We use it both on our iPhones/Pads, and also our iMac (which holds the master copy and with which we sync our iDevices). The best positive with this app is that it gives one the control to NOT contain the password file in the cloud - any cloud, and we hope the developers keep this option open. Other features we appreciate: provides various options for creating good passwords, allows cut/paste of passwords, but ONLY while the app is open. Once the app is closed, the password is no longer available on the clipboard. The individual "cards" where the password information is kept also allows for related password information to be easily accessed, e.g., the website address, the answers to one's security questions, and any other information you see fit to store there. I am also in the habit of adding "keywords" to the cards, so that if I can't remember exactly what's given in the "Site Name" field on the card, I can type in the keyword that pops into my head and find the card I'm looking for. Overall, very pleased with this app, and well worth the price.
Used it for years; still love it
I’ve used eWallet for over 10 years on at least seven OSs and 10+ devices, and it hasn’t failed me yet. It is easy to install and add/edit “cards”. In addition to passwords I keep other personal information that I might need quickly. The folder organization lets me separate Personal from Business, and the card-like graphic image makes it visually interesting. It supports drag and drop to rearrange cards into different folders, and editing is a breeze. One of my favorite features is syncing via Dropbox. This means I can add or edit a card on one device, and all devices will automatically inherit the update. If you prefer to keep you data off the cloud, it is also possible to sync between two devices directly using WiFi. That was the only opton for years, and it works great. However, you need to manually initiate the sync and if you have more than two devices it can get a little crazy. I am currently using it on five devices. eWallet can do so much more than I am using it for, so definitely explore the possibiities.
Been great using with my Macs and iPad
I’ve been usiing eWallet for over a year now. It functions perfectly. It comes with a bunch of pre-formatted, stylized record cards, for example some that look like virtual credit cards, but I like the simple, basic "note cards." it also has cards to hold images, useful when a login has that type of layered security. The look and feel seems sort of clunky getting started, but once I got around to creating more and more note cards, one for each account, found it easy to use. The IOS and Mac versions work very well and I can sync my iPad to the data from my laptop or desktop Mac. You never have to put your data file into the cloud while still having the ablitiy to sync between machines (done though your local network), which is a good feature.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.