eWallet for iPad Now Available

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eWallet for IPad app

eWallet for iPad is now available in the iPad App Store.

eWallet – a long-time leading mobile wallet / password manager app – has now got an iPad version.  It’s a universal version that will run on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and the iPad.

Here are a few of the notable features of eWallet for iPad:

+ eWallet protects your information completely, with:
+ Secure storage for passwords, usernames, PINs
+ Strong 256-bit AES encryption
+ Secure storage for bank and credit card info
+ Time-out locks to keep your info safe
+ Live URLs that launch the websites you know, without the dangers of phishing emails or typing errors taking you elsewhere
+ An automatic password generator to create strong, secure passwords

eWallet can sync and back up to a Windows PC.  There is a Mac "Preview’ version of the app available, but with no sync capability.

Here’s some good news for those who already have the iPhone version of eWallet or if you’re thinking of getting the iPad version and wondering about using it on the iPhone as well:

Users who purchase eWallet for their iPad will also be able to use the same software on their iPhone or iPod touch with no extra cost. The software works on all three devices for one low price. And anyone who already owns eWallet for their iPhone or iPod touch can get the iPad version at no charge.

You can find eWallet for iPad in the App Store now, priced at $9.99.  More details and screenshots are available at the app’s web page here:


Patrick Jordan

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4 thoughts on “eWallet for iPad Now Available”

  1. I have just downloaded ewallet on my ipad2. Just cannont seem to find the tutorials to get me started. I have pc, not mac.
    Please let me know where I can find the tutorials, or a very easy step by step, detailed. Thank you very much for your support.

  2. Just how secure is eWallet? I am going overseas soon, and taking my iPad2 with me. I would love to have account numbers, pins, security codes, usernames and passwords stored so I don’t have to remember them. I will have a passcode lock on my ipad, but am wary of having that sort of information on my ipad.
    Thank you.

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