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  1. #21

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    Quote Originally Posted by julee86 View Post
    I saw that too, and then looked closer. Its only on iOS8, and is actually a cut back version of that which everyone else bought in the past. I'll stick with my Wallet until it no longer works.

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    I'd say Wallet is dead. No update (or tweets) for 16 months, just the one OS X update in the last 3 years.

    When I was on Palm OS many years ago, my password app was SplashID. It's been free for a little while although there might be a paid upgrade.
    SplashID Safe Password Manager (iOS Universal)
    SplashID Safe Password Manager (Mac)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerr View Post
    I'd say Wallet is dead. No update (or tweets) for 16 months, just the one OS X update in the last 3 years.
    Yes, I know there's been no updates. I bought it years ago. 2009 IIRC. However, whilst it still works, I'll keep using it. I've never really taken to 1Password, I had it on the mac for a short time, but... meh. When Wallet dies, I'll be looking for something else, but it wont necessarily be 1Password. I stilll don't know how it gained such a following. Its pretty but it doesnt really do the job better than anything else.

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    I have to agree. 1Password has a bigger following than it should, maybe customers know that it has a strong Mac focus. I have used various password programs on desktops, PDAs and smart phones for over 15 years and 1Password is not head and shoulders above other programs.

    That said, I do currently use 1Password.

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    wow~ I'd like to have a try~

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