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tcn33
22nd July 2008, 06:10 PM
Before I spend $13, has anyone actually bought eWallet for their iPhone, and is it reasonably usable for Aussies? Obviously credit card info doesn't differ much between countries, but can you edit fields for local use? e.g Velocity points instead of Southwest Airlines miles, RACV membership instead of AAA. In particular, can you enter BSB and account number for banking?

wolfie
22nd July 2008, 06:12 PM
ive got it, and i think this program is not so much region related.

everything within the program and fields can be edited to anyway you like.

morgs
23rd July 2008, 12:13 AM
I was looking at this app and wondering if you can back up the data?

reemixx
23rd July 2008, 12:25 AM
I'm gonna wait 'til the 1Password app is out, before putting money down for this one. Somehow, I've a feeling it's not going to be a whole $13 better than 1Password will be.

debbiep
23rd July 2008, 08:09 AM
Before I spend $13, has anyone actually bought eWallet for their iPhone, and is it reasonably usable for Aussies? Obviously credit card info doesn't differ much between countries, but can you edit fields for local use? e.g Velocity points instead of Southwest Airlines miles, RACV membership instead of AAA. In particular, can you enter BSB and account number for banking?

Don't know about eWallet, but you might want to give SplashID a look. The iPhone version seems to be a feature-for-feature port of the Palm OS one which I use, and the Palm OS one certainly lets you edit field titles.

User manual is at SplashID - Password Manager for Palm, Treo, Pocket PC, BlackBerry, Smartphone, UIQ, Windows, Mac OS (http://www.splashdata.com/splashid/index.asp)

SyncMan
24th July 2008, 07:34 AM
Don't know about eWallet, but you might want to give SplashID a look. The iPhone version seems to be a feature-for-feature port of the Palm OS one which I use, and the Palm OS one certainly lets you edit field titles.

User manual is at SplashID - Password Manager for Palm, Treo, Pocket PC, BlackBerry, Smartphone, UIQ, Windows, Mac OS (http://www.splashdata.com/splashid/index.asp)

God, until I get a iPhone, I have to use my Nokia 6300, and I wish there was something like this for it.

I am told there might be hope from the place that brings you http://www.passdirector.com/