Previously only available as a desktop client for the Windows platform, eWallet has been visually redesigned for the Mac OS while retaining many of the features of its PC cousin. Using 256-bit AES encryption, the program can store passwords, credit cards, bank accounts, memberships, and more—and can even remember security questions tied to the respective account, as well.
Users can customize the look of their data with 30 card templates, custom card icons, and backgrounds, while eWallet’s SyncPro technology keeps everything up-to-date on your other Macs, PCs, USB drives, or iOS devices.
Those who own a license key for eWallet 7 for Windows can download the Mac version at no additional cost. For those who have never used the program before, eWallet is free to try on the Mac for 30 days; a full license costs $20, but allows you to use the program on Intel Macs running Mac OS 10.5 or later and Windows PCs, as well as mobile options for Blackberry, Android, and Windows Mobile phones.