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  • Jun 3 at 6:00am
    eWallet 8.13 for iPhone & iPad adds Password Reset Option

    eWallet banner for iPhone and iPad
    The new eWallet® 8.13 release for iPhone & iPad adds a Password Reset option and the ability to print cards.

    Emergency Password Reset

    eWallet now provides the ability to reset your wallet’s password if you have forgotten it. Normally, knowing the wallet password is essential for using eWallet. But if you rely on facial recognition or fingerprint scanning to unlock your wallet, you don’t need to enter your password everyday. You may find that after a while you can’t remember what your password is. If facial recognition or fingerprint scanning suddenly stops working due to device system security, which can potentially happen quite frequently, you would then be unable to access the passwords and other important information in your wallet. If that happens, you can now use eWallet’s Emergency Password Reset to gain access to your wallet again.

    However, you can only do a Password Reset if you have prepared ahead of time by printing or writing down the Emergency Password Reset Key information. eWallet now provides the ability to generate this information and store it in a card in your wallet. You can then print the card or write down the key information and store it in a safe location where you will be able to find it later. If you find yourself in a situation where you need to reset the password, you can then locate the key information and use it to perform the password reset.

    Typically, you would keep this reset information with other important papers, such as your will or the title to your vehicle. In the event that something happens to you and someone else (such as a spouse or relative) needs to have access to your passwords, this reset information would also allow them to reset your password and gain access to your wallet.

    Preparing for an Emergency Password Reset is important enough that we recommend you do it soon after you have upgraded to eWallet 8.13. This feature is only available now on iPhone or iPad, but will be coming to the other platforms in the future. For more information about Emergency Password Reset, you can read the support article in our knowledge base.

    Printing Cards

    Printing your cards has previously been possible on Windows or macOS. Now eWallet provides the ability to print your cards from the iPhone or iPad as well. You should be able to print to any printer on your Wi-Fi network that supports Apple’s AirPrint. You can choose to print the current card, or all cards in the current category, or all cards in the entire wallet.

    Contact Us

    As always, if you have any questions about these updates, or have other suggestions, please do contact us!

    About this release

    eWallet 8.13 for iPhone & iPad runs on iOS 12 and up, including iOS 17 and iPadOS 17. The latest version (which includes a 30-day trial) is available via the on-device App Store. Get all the info about eWallet for iPhone & iPad here on our site.

    Download on the App Store button

    eWallet is a registered trademark of Ilium Software, Inc.

    The post eWallet 8.13 for iPhone & iPad adds Password Reset Option appeared first on Ilium Software Blog.

  • Nov 28 2023 at 6:00am
    eWallet 8.12 update for macOS now available

    eWallet screenshot

    This new eWallet® 8.12 release for macOS is packed with a host of new features and improvements.

    Revamped Editing Experience

    Farewell to the Drawer: Enter the Properties Panel

    The once-familiar Properties Drawer for editing cards has now gracefully stepped aside to make room for the new Properties Panel. This panel, which can be moved independently of the main eWallet window, offers a more intuitive and flexible editing experience. It aligns with Apple’s latest design guidelines, ensuring a seamless integration with the macOS ecosystem.

    Quick Action Buttons for Swift Editing

    Adding new cards is now a breeze with the introduction of quick action buttons in the editor. These buttons cater to the need for speed, allowing users to pick from frequently used usernames, generate passwords instantly, and easily manage dates. The emphasis is on streamlining the editing process, making eWallet 8.12 a time-saving ally in your digital endeavors.

    Customization and Viewing Options

    Tailored Grid Views for Every Card

    With eWallet 8.12, you have the power to set the Grid view option for each card individually. The flexibility extends further with a third type of card view that displays the configured view. This level of customization ensures that your digital wallet reflects your preferences and priorities, offering a personalized experience.

    Wallet-Wide Card Options

    Not all cards are created equal, and eWallet 8.12 recognizes this fact. The ability to set wallet-wide card options empowers users to manage their cards globally, ensuring consistency and coherence in their digital wallet. It’s a feature that speaks to the diverse needs of users who demand control and customization.

    Enhanced Backup and Restore Functionality

    Tailored Backups at Your Fingertips

    eWallet for macOS has long had a feature where it saves local copies of your wallet that come in handy for restoring an accidentally deleted wallet, or going back to an older version of your wallet to retrieve important information. This new update lets you easily get to the container the wallet files are stored in and also lets you set the number of internal copies made. (As always, these backups are internal, local copies that are deleted when the app is deleted and are not a substitute for good off-device backups.)

    Bug Fixes and Microsoft OneDrive Integration

    Resolving OneDrive Token Issues

    For users leveraging Microsoft OneDrive, eWallet 8.12 brings relief by addressing and fixing issues related to updating OneDrive tokens. This ensures a seamless and secure integration with OneDrive, eliminating any potential disruptions in the syncing process due to outdated tokens.

    Tackling File Name Challenges

    An additional fix in this update addresses problems associated with certain non-alphabetical characters in the wallet file name.

    Contact Us

    As always, if you have any questions about these updates, or have other suggestions, please do contact us!

    eWallet 8.12 for macOS runs on macOS 10.13 or later, (includes High Sierra, Mojave, Catalina, Big Sur, Monterey, Ventura, and Sonoma). The latest version is available via the Mac App Store. Get all the info about eWallet for macOS (including access to a 30-day trial version) here on our site.

    Download on the Mac App Store button

    eWallet is a registered trademark of Ilium Software, Inc.

    The post eWallet 8.12 update for macOS now available appeared first on Ilium Software Blog.

  • Jun 16 2023 at 10:46am
    eWallet now syncs via Google Drive and OneDrive

    Cloud image

    Cloud options

    eWallet® offers multiple options to sync your data securely across devices and computers. In the past, if you choose to sync via the cloud, you were limited to either Apple’s iCloud (for an all Apple scenario) or Dropbox. eWallet 8.11 now offers two major new options for cloud services: Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive. Configure eWallet once and then sync is pretty much automatic going forward.

    As with iCloud and Dropbox, everything is included with eWallet so there is no requirement to install Google Drive or OneDrive software. See our Sync information by platform article for a complete list of sync options.

    More password generation options

    Previous versions of the password generator would treat the selected Allowed Characters, A-Z, a-z, 0-9, etc., as potential candidates for a password but wouldn’t require them. With the previous versions it was possible, due to randomness, to generate a password that didn’t include a number, even though numbers were selected. Now when you select no memory aid and a password length of at least 8, your password will include at least one of each of the characters in the Allowed Characters you selected.

    With features like AutoPass and the ability to copy/paste, you don’t often need to see your passwords to use them. In the cases where you do need to read your password, even with a good font certain characters can be hard to distinguish from each other (think zero and the letter O). If you find particular characters hard to distinguish (e.g., the number one from a lowercase L), then you can exclude those characters from the pool of Allowed Characters.

    Contact Us

    As always, if you have any questions about these updates, or have other suggestions, please do contact us!

    About these releases

    eWallet 8.11 for Android runs on Android OS 8.0 to 13.x including both phones and tablets. The latest version is available from Google Play or the Amazon AppStore. Get all the info about eWallet for Android here on our site.

    eWallet 8.11 for iPhone & iPad runs on iOS 9 and up, including iOS 16 and iPadOS 16. The latest version (which includes a 30-day trial) is available via the on-device App Store. Get all the info about eWallet for iPhone & iPad here on our site.

    eWallet 8.11 for macOS runs on macOS 10.13 or later, (includes High Sierra, Mojave, Catalina, Big Sur, Monterey, and Ventura). The latest version is available via the Mac App Store. Get all the info about eWallet for macOS (including access to a 30-day trial version) here on our site.

    eWallet 8.11 for Windows (desktop) runs on Windows 10 and 11 PCs and tablets as a desktop app, Windows 8.1 in Desktop mode, and all versions of Windows 7 (sp1+). Get all the info about eWallet for Windows (including access to a 30-day trial version) here on our site.

    eWallet is a registered trademark of Ilium Software, Inc.

    The post eWallet now syncs via Google Drive and OneDrive appeared first on Ilium Software Blog.

  • Nov 9 2022 at 12:00pm
    Apple, Privacy, and What’s my phone’s name?!

    Apple has a strong focus on privacy and we believe that’s a good thing. For example, all third-party apps need to ask for permission to access your personal information such as location, contacts, calendars, and photos. An app using the microphone or camera requires your permission as well. And iOS 16 debuts a new feature called Safety Check that allows you to quickly stop sharing your private information if your personal safety is at risk.

    We believe in privacy too, especially in our eWallet app where the whole point is keeping your information private. Sometimes though, privacy can (at least temporarily) make things more difficult…

    Before iOS 16, apps could get the name of the device by by asking it (using an API), "hey, what’s your name?" Pre iOS 16, the actual name of the device would come back, something like "Mary’s Awesome iPhone". When iOS 16 was released, a new privacy feature in iOS kicked in, and instead of getting back "Mary’s Awesome iPhone", iOS just returns "iPhone" regardless of the actual name. Normally that might not be a big deal, but for our customer families using local Wi-Fi sync with multiple iPhones (rather than cloud sync), they couldn’t tell from their Mac or PC which phone they were connecting with — every phone reported itself as "iPhone".

    The story has a happy ending though. Although Apple has a strong policy, we were happy to see that they had an exception process for certain situations, including eWallet’s. We applied for the special permission to get be able to get the real phone name and were approved, so now when eWallet asks iOS what the iPhone (or iPad) name is, it get’s back the real name on iOS/iPadOS 16 (and newer) as well.

    If you’ve run into this problem, just check to make sure you’re using the latest version of eWallet for iPhone & iPad, 8.7.1. The update is free for all users who already have purchased eWallet 8 for iPhone & iPad.

    eWallet 8.7.1 for iPhone & iPad runs on iOS 11 and greater, including iOS 16 and iPadOS 16. The latest version is available via the on-device App Store. Get all the info about eWallet for iPhone & iPad here on our site.

    App Store logo

    eWallet is a registered trademark of Ilium Software, Inc.

    The post Apple, Privacy, and What’s my phone’s name?! appeared first on Ilium Software Blog.

  • Jun 29 2022 at 12:37pm
    Ilium Software spotlighted by Google Play

    We have been spotlighted by Google Play on #WeArePlay! We are one of 3 companies selected to represent Michigan. We are of course very pleased and honored to be included in this group. Congratulations to all the featured companies!

    Click the graphic above or #WeArePlay to see all the great stories. (And small hint, click on Michigan to see ours).

    Thanks for all your support and as always, reach out if you have any questions or comments.

    The post Ilium Software spotlighted by Google Play appeared first on Ilium Software Blog.

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