Wallet
Wallet
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Wallet free download for Mac
05 November 2017

Store passwords, serial numbers, contacts.

Overview

Wallet is a simple and easy-to-use password-storage application. Whether you keep contacts, passwords, serial numbers, or credit cards within Wallet, it stores and organizes them in a secure and easy-to-use environment. All database files are encrypted using 256-bit AES encryption to make sure any hackers or wandering eyes can't get a sneak peek at your data. Wallet has many other features as well, and can even "AutoFill" Web forms in your favorite browser. Wallet combines security, ease of use, and elegance in a password-storage application.

What's new in Wallet

Version 3.5:
  • Unlock Wallet using Touch ID on the MacBook Pro
  • Fixes Dropbox account linking issues
  • Fixes certain crashing issues when browser extensions enabled
  • Wi-Fi sync improvements
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74 Reviews of Wallet

3
Cocoanut
06 August 2010
Version: 3.1.3

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I like this much more than 1Password because it has an elegant interface which lacks the garish graphics that really turn me off to 1Password. However, syncing with the iPhone app simply doesn't work at all and there seems to be no support or interest from the developer to fix this problem. The developer is wasting a great opportunity to compete with 1Password by neglecting this application and not keeping up with OS changes. There have been no updates in a while and a growing body of unhappy customers. Such a waste since 1Password has proven there is a big market for this type of application. I'm giving 3 stars due to broken syncing and an awol developer.
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The-Smiling-Teacher
13 March 2018
Version: 3.5
Very disappointed by marketing tactics. I own version 3.4.1 (paid). When I saw that the newest version was 3.5 I thought (stupid of me, I guess) that the upgrade would be free. I downloaded the upgrade and installed it. Realizing that it was a paid upgrade, I decided to get back to my paid version (3.4.1). UNFORTUNATELY, the database would have disappeared (it resides on DropBox). The 3.4.1 version cannot open the newest version (3.5). I tried using TimeMachine but the older datafile on DropBox is nowhere to be seen. The ONLY way I can now use Wallet (and all my entered data) is by paying for the newer version. I think that if the developper has any kind of honesty in him, he would provide a conversion utility to revert back to 3.4.1 from 3.5, and also put a big warning about the fact that once you have opened your database with Wallet 3.5 you MUST purchase it (after 7 days) if you want to be able to access your data.
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prLab
09 March 2017
Version: 3.4
Been using this for years without problem. Recently it wouldn't connect via wifi to any of my devices. Wrote to developer & received a not so helpful reply. Tried this version and it doesn't even open. Moving on.
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Mhoutman
05 September 2013
Version: 3.3
Jeez, t seems to much effort for this developer to have this latest version 3.3 as demo as well :(
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3.5
Theq
24 May 2013
Version: 3.3
Upgraded to version 3.3 with the version 2.0 Safari extension. Now Safari has trouble accessing the password database even after entering the PIN to link it to the Wallet app. The app works fine and the extension in Chrome works as well. I'm running Mac OS X 10.7.5 and Safari 6.0.4.
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0.5
mcmillan
23 July 2012
Version: 3.2.4
End of life... Acrylic sold out to Facebook and has abandoned Wallet & Pulp. I feel ripped off as the Wallet export function doesn't allow for an easy migration to a similar product from another developer.
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prLab
01 June 2012
Version: 3.2.4
Was good until 2 weeks ago. Won't synch after update. No answer to query from developer.
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476429
26 October 2011
Version: 3.2.4
Beware. I cannot export any of my data using of the built-in format options. I have e-mailed the developer twice in the past year and have never heard back from him. All of my data (thousands of records) are stuck in Wallet because none of the export options work. This may not happen to you, but if a problem does come up, don't expect to get it handled.
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4.5
Mlbkxbx
15 October 2011
Version: 3.2.4
Wallet is awesome! In fact, i just used the "Autofill With Wallet" function of the safari extension to login to macupdate just now, on my new iMac running lion. I'm quite impressed of how often it seems to "just work" actually. In my experience, it also offers to save the login information most (if not all) of the time, when a website haven't yet been added to wallets database. The developer just released an update to support Lion, which shows Wallet is still in active development. In fact, it's updated quite regularly it would seem. Not so often it's irritating, but often enough for bugs to be ironed out, and to show it's still in business :) I have it synched to my iPhone, also running wallet, which has saved me a couple of times, when i needed access to a few sites that are password protected, on the go. Wallet has a perfectly passable application icon, and the UI in general is quite well put together IMHO. Good work mr developer :) Looks is important, at least to me! Last, but not least, this is one of the very few applications that offer a trial/demo of the application, before buying it from the MAS. Very nice IMHO! I wish more developers did that. Perhaps the developer doesn't answer support emails, i wouldn't really know, because i haven't yet had the pleasure of sending him/her/them a support request. So i can't help you there, i'm afraid! In short, if you can be without firefox integration, and looking for something cheaper than 1password, wallet is certainly worth a try IMHO.
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Contributor
14 June 2011
Version: 3.2.3
Oh dear! I'm a Firefox user, and Wallet appears to be compatible with only Safari and Google Chrome. I don't use Safari, because its tab settings are limited; and I haven't tried Google Chrome. Maybe I should. Firefox is a very popular browser, so the developer really ought to include it.
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Mark-Lee
04 June 2011
Version: 3.2.3
Doesn't ask to save passwords when I enter them on websites. Tried both in Safari and Chrome (extensions installed). Too bad. I wanted to replace 1Password so badly. And thank god I tried the trial version first. Would be a disappointment if I bought it.
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den4tennis
25 March 2011
Version: 3.2.3
Ongoing SYNC issues: I am a long term user of Wallet desktop & iphone. Very nice interface on both but ... Iphone version hasn't been syncing properly for a no. of versions now (currently on ver 2.1.1). Records added or amended on iPhone app DON'T sync across to desktop. The Desktop version (currently on ver 3.2.3) always overwrites the iPhone database, rendering the iPhone useless except for carrying your info. All records&amendments have to be done from the desktop. Developer wasn't much help and has now gone AWOL. So echoes of previous reviews: nice interface but buggy sync and NO SUPPORT. Pity since nice design otherwise.
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0.5
Mikeg
19 February 2011
Version: 3.2.3
First class piece of software on my Mac & iPhone until I needed SUPPORT. No reply or help from SUPPORT at all. I am using your product and need support please! Using the latest v3.2.3 (750) after upgrade the software on my mac crashes after entering my password. Software on my iPhone is ok but will not sycn. Please help!
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3.5
Kevin-M
09 February 2011
Version: 3.2.2
Newest version crashes during first few seconds of startup. reverted to previous version iMac G5 OSX 10.5
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Mlbkxbx
11 January 2011
Version: 3.1.3
Wallet has been upgrade to v. 3.2.1 now, but released exclusively on the mac app store :( However, the good news is you can update it from "inside" the application still. Appstore bought or not. :)
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Cocoanut
06 August 2010
Version: 3.1.3
I like this much more than 1Password because it has an elegant interface which lacks the garish graphics that really turn me off to 1Password. However, syncing with the iPhone app simply doesn't work at all and there seems to be no support or interest from the developer to fix this problem. The developer is wasting a great opportunity to compete with 1Password by neglecting this application and not keeping up with OS changes. There have been no updates in a while and a growing body of unhappy customers. Such a waste since 1Password has proven there is a big market for this type of application. I'm giving 3 stars due to broken syncing and an awol developer.
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Rubaiyat
09 June 2010
Version: 3.1.3
Is Wallet 3 solid now? I note there was a previous report of it corrupting its own files. I have just gone through this 3 times now. The last being with Caboodle. It is a huge time waste having to reconstruct very large collections of registration details and there is always the element of uncertainty that you have got everything.
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5
James-W-
14 February 2010
Version: 3.1.3
Great application with true mac style! I prefer Wallet to the 1Password, because it much more cleaner and lighter. Though 1Password crashed Safari couple of times.
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5
L-G-S
17 December 2009
Version: 3.1.3
I have being using wallet since version 2 and is the best app for storing passwords and serial numbers i have seen. Great interface, easy to use and great MobileMe sync. Also one of the best things of Wallet is that it dont store any data in your keychain as 1Password do.
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5
Rofra
20 November 2009
Version: 3.1.2
Great program; huge flexibility, clean interface, easy to use although help could use some more detail. Have been using KeePass, KeePassX - and to some extent iKeePass - for a long time, but now switched to Wallet after checking lots of similar programs. Syncing with the iPhone-app works like a charm; highly recommendable. Had one glitch when importing KeePass-data and mailed author; had a reply within hours!
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Micg
21 September 2009
Version: 3.1.2
Nice program features, however ver 2.7 will eventually corrupt it's own data! I'm searching for something else now. It's been a shame Mac OS X has such a difficult time with the keychain, Filevault, and password storage apps.
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5
J-b-
29 August 2009
Version: 3.1.1
This has got to be the best app of its kind. It's so easy to use, has a clean uncluttered interface and it works great with the iPhone and MobileMe (I've never experienced any trouble syncning). Excellent work!
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dwp-1
19 August 2009
Version: 3.1
Syncing issues resolved and working perfectly with the 3.1 update. This is the best application of its kind, I have tried most all of them. Give Wallet another try, you'll be happy you did.
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Velgor242
08 July 2009
Version: 3.0.2
Looks like this product is abandonware. A shame really as it had great potential.
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Gordon142
17 May 2009
Version: 3.0.2
This seems like a really nice application. I tried the initial 3.0 release and found Mobileme syncing to be rather buggy. I contacted the developer and was told that syncing would be improved in a forthcoming update. Trusting them, I proceded to purchase both this and the iPhone version. Unfortunately, several updates later, syncing is still virtually unusable. I've sent many support requests, and not once have I received a response since those very early promises. It's like they can't make it work so they have simply decided to end all contact with paying customers. I really have to recommend staying away from this app as the developer treats customers so poorly.
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Dtruett1
30 April 2009
Version: 3.0.2
As per the last comment, synching via Mobil Me stopped working. Even exporting and importing within Wallet fails to update the most current database. I have contacted them 3 times in the last month, sending the Console log and a screenshot, with no reply. I can only speculate that Acrylic has laid off their support team. I understand the difficulties of these times, but I'll be looking around for an alternative. I got this app free, but paid for the upgrade so that I could get support if I needed it.
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Macnook
13 March 2009
Version: 3.0.2
To the Developer: Please check your spam folder. I cannot get syncing to work properly (re: my comment below-- it seemed to work...once). I emailed a support request on February 13th and I haven't heard from you yet. I just forwarded it to you again.
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5
PAOK
25 January 2009
Version: 3.0.2
Thanks for this brilliant application! You can also state that is 20$ CAD.
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Macnook
23 December 2008
Version: 3.0.1
Version numbering is seemingly incorrect. I had version 3.0.1-- date modified December 3rd. Today-- December 23rd-- this "new" version of 3.0.1 is out. Check for updates told me I had the newest version, but I downloaded the update (dated 12-23) anyway. It is a different build (last modified date December 22nd) and... the syncing now seems to work correctly!
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5
Doug-shuman
23 December 2008
Version: 3.0.1
Wallet 3 is a huge improvement over version 2. The interface is very refined, the program is easy to use and stability is great. The developer was quick to respond when emailed. I'm very happy I purchased this program.
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Guiga
03 December 2008
Version: 3.0
That was a good update from 2.7... 3.0 works a lot smoother and has some new features... Import can be tricky, but after renaming all fields on 2.7 and reinstalling the hole thing it worked. special characters in 2.7 were imported as symbols and had to be re-done... Small price for a software that is all that I have asked in my Mac. Now, regarding IPhone... Who want's a MobileMe account ? I know I don't ! I have tried forever to sync over Wifi (Without the MobileMe account) and while 3.0 tries to connect with the IPhone (At least it finds it when Wallet is on in the IPhone) it just keeps connecting but never does... No pop up screen on the IPhone... For now, 3.0 is very well worth the upgrade, Wallet for IPhone so far... I Don't know...
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4
Gordon142
02 December 2008
Version: 3.0
The features are very nice, but the real winner is the ability to sync effortlessly with the iPhone version. The easiest way yet I've found to take my important info on-the-go. Some small bugs when entering contacts, and the import function is pretty clumsy - it only supports CSV files, seemingly, you have to important different CSV files for each category of your old app and import them one at a time, the drag them into the new categories and remap all the fields (it does not seem to preserve the field names in the CSV file, even though the there are present in said file. There is no way to map to the "Notes" field.
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Doubleforte
01 December 2008
Version: 3.0
Looks like a great upgrade, very happy that files can now be attached! Question regarding that: Are the attached file embedded in the database or do I need to keep the original file on my drive? Also, how can I get the file out of Wallet? I tried to drag it out, but nothing happened. Seems like files check in, but they don't check out.
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gcoghill
01 December 2008
Version: 3.0
Seems the 2.x licenses are not valid for 3.0, no note of this on the devs Web site nor during the upgrade process. Your database is also upgraded to the 3.0 version. No indication of upgrade pricing. Be forewarned.
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dwp-1
01 December 2008
Version: 3.0
Awesome job Dustin, I am so happy to be able to have my passwords on my iPhone and this setup is just as I imagined it could be, dead simple. I couldn't get to the iPhone version of Wallet fast enough. All I can say is Genius! 10 stars for you and your application's.
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antoniong
13 June 2008
Version: 2.7
Totally unresponsive developer!!!!! I have now sent several emails (from different domains) to the developer with questions. Among these a question that Paypal cannot be used with a European Amex card! I have received none responsive!
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Fitzpatl
10 May 2008
Version: 2.7
I used this product for about 9 months. It worked well for a while. Then, suddenly started crashing on startup. Complete cleanup and reinstall and it can't read my database. All my accounts are now lost. I would have been better not using this at all.
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J-b-
24 April 2008
Version: 2.7
I think Wallet is absolutely the best password (etc) storage app available for the mac. Strangely it is still the only password app to sync via dotmac. However. The developers seem completely inactive and I was worried that Leopard would be the death of Wallet. Suddenly, an update popped up and Wallet apparently was still being developed. As the previous poster commented, they seem uninterested in returning e-mails and givning the impression that they are actively developing their software. Still, this is a truly great app that, I suppose, could be greater if the devs could be bothered. In my opinion, it is still worth the money despite the apparent indifference.
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gcoghill
10 January 2008
Version: 2.7
I like Wallet (paid up a year or so ago) but the support is terrible. I have a import issue (imports don't merge, they only overwrite), and two emails to the developers have gone unanswered. I also sent an email back when I first registered (for what I can't recall), and never got a reply to that one either. Part of my enthusiasm for shareware is access to the developer. Not even replying to an email is just plain poor business, especially when you have nice software. Wallet: good; Waterfall Software: not so good.
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Mappingman
29 December 2007
Version: 2.7
Still no scrolling notes. Try entering a REALLY long note. Say, an email confirmation with account details. I asked for this back in September in this space, and months before directly to the developer. I am about to upgrade to Leopard, and I will be making a move to a different password manager as well. I paid for this software, and the development of new features and fixes is painfully slow, and the developer is non-responsive to requests and comments. Too bad, looks like it may be a godd app, some day. Maybe in 10 or 15 years at the rate of development.
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Mks
29 December 2007
Version: 2.7
I have tried a couple of password storing apps, and Wallet is now on the top of my list. It isn't flashy, but it doesn't have to be! Wallet is straight forward and I really like how it syncs to my .mac account; that way I'll never lose all my information. I think it's a great value at $15, and if you're a Macheist member you can get it free or chose to have upgrades in the future for 25% off the $15.
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Zerografix
28 December 2007
Version: 2.7
I just received a copy of Wallet from MacHeist. Now mind you I am already a user of Safe Place which is a similar app, but figured i would give wallet a try. I have to say it looks pretty, it looks like an OSX app and was very excited to try it out. My first gripe is that when i am entering sensitive data, i don't want that data visible on the screen. It would be nice to see the "passwords" or "security codes" actually turn into dots "•••" like most other passwords do. This i feel makes this app a little vulnerable. My second gripe is that, lets say i have a credit card, and that card also has web access to check my account, I have to make 2 records 1 for the CC and one for the website. These 2 gripes alone will keep me using safe place.
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3.25
El-guapo
19 November 2006
Version: 2.6
Great little app for storing passwords. Organizing into groups is a nice feature and the primary reason I bought this instead of using free open-source solutions. It's a bit sluggish when switching from viewing mode to edition mode and when quitting. Would like a feature that obscures the password and only shows it when you hover the mouse over it much like it does in KeyPassX. This would make it much easier to use when giving demonstrations... The password generator, while looking cool with it's transparency, is annoying in use. It constantly resets to the default settings and does not give you much of the options available in Password Assistant which comes with the mac. Brushed metal is sooo 2004. :) All in all, worth the $14 for personal, single-user use.
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Mappingman
07 September 2006
Version: 2.6
Please, please, please, please, please, please, scrolling notes. In both edit and non-edit mode.
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Lrkirsch
06 September 2006
Version: 2.6
Whoops, I'm partially an idiot =) I just realized that you CAN sort in column view by clicking on the Entries title bar thing. Sorry! (Was that in the last version?)
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Lrkirsch
06 September 2006
Version: 2.6
2.6 is working fine with 10.4.7 here. I still wish there was a way to sort entries alphabetically in column view, other than switching to table view, sorting by clicking on the title column twice, and then switching back to column view. (Apologies if I'm missing something.) Also it might be nice if the columns in table view would remember their widths and order. Otherwise, Wallet is a great app. I use it at least a couple times every week. Thanks Waterfall.
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Chanamasala
06 September 2006
Version: 2.6
2.6 isn't working with my 10.3.9. Won't even start up.
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Name
25 July 2006
Version: 2.5.1
- Appearance: It is indeed a nice product, but it has such an ugly entry view with bad fonts and lower case characters at the beginning. - Features: Well it has many things one need, but the printing is absolutely unacceptable. The lines in the notes entry field are merged with the others, making it inoperable to read. And you can not enter multiple lines in the notes entry field, besides copying and pasting. - Stability: Sometimes it simply stops launching, and if you have an encrypted database, then everything is gone, really everything you created is gone and forever, I am an IT engineer and I really tried everything but you cannot recover anything and it still stops from launching. - Support: None of my crash reports and bug reports were answered, they didn't help me recover my passwords. Lastly they did not say anything at all.
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4.5
Eduardo Marques
09 June 2006
Version: 2.5.1
Simple, good and safe. I like it!
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Hangon
26 April 2006
Version: 2.5.1
Too bad it doesn't use the .Mac synch feature that allready enable address book , bookmarks and calendar synch.
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4.75
Davidscully
26 April 2006
Version: 2.5.1
Wallet is simply the best password (and other data storage device on the market) and is cheap as well. Most other applications I have used have really bad interfaces and are filled with useless features like multiple encryption methods or strange data presentations. Wallet is not bloated and uses one of the best methods out there while managing to keep it a beautiful piece of software. The one click lock feature is crucial as prying eyes can pass over my computer screen. When your done all you have to do is quit and Wallet clears your clipboard. My data can be synced with a .Mac account for backup purposes. Wallet is great. The only things I dislike about Wallet are some little bugs here and there, but no real huge ones. Oh, on slower computers Wallet tends to flicker when scrolling through entries but hopefully the developer will rewrite it so it runs efficiently.
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dmu
26 April 2006
Version: 2.5.1
I like Wallet. I like Wallet more than most. And a password/SN storage program that was fast, easy, and secure was important to me... so I tried them all. Over and over again. So many came close, but lacked this or that, took too long for this or that, etc. I even purchased PasswordRetriever and then decided to open my wallet again. Wallet was a front runner for round 2. But it lost out to the $5 cheaper Steel. I've been extremely satisfied at last -- for a full year now. Wallet's not a bad way to go, but I'd suggest you check out Steel.
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Crucial
26 April 2006
Version: 2.5.1
Buggy, buggy, buggy. This thing crashes on me every few minutes. Miss a button by a few pixels BLAM its gone (as has your work). Change a group icon BLAM the damn thing crashes - and you lose everything AGAIN. This after not being able to install the thing because I had an old version on my drive and had to delete all the old preferences and associated files before 2.5 would even launch. To release this as a final build and charge for it is criminal, to call it a beta would be stretching it. Alpha would be closer to reality. STAY AWAY until 2.5.1 or 2.5.2. Look closely at their site and you see Waterfall Software is a bunch of teenagers. Thats probably why support takes several days, and registration numbers are often not mailed out. Where do I get a refund ?
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Drfrank
24 April 2006
Version: 2.5
Now, that's what I'm talking about! Version 2 of Wallet had potential - version 2.5 begins to deliver on the promise. Contrary to what has been written, this is a significant update. I'm a long time Web-Confidential user and recent switcher. Why? I'm a fan of Wallet's straightforward information storage paradigm. It's a speedy Universal app that's fun to use. I'll write again if I discover any significant Wallet problems after further testing. I'm also evaluating SecretBook. I like SecretBook's CoreData foundation and its ability to take advantage of Spotlight, but, at least for the moment, I'm actually storing my stuff in Wallet.
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2.5
Mappingman
24 April 2006
Version: 2.5
Well, a bunch of fixes. It took long enough. Only 1 of the things I asked for made it into this release. Alphabetical Sorting. WooHoo! Dude, wake up. We need something better. I paid for this thing, and you take forever to gives us this MINOR upgrade. Still no spotlight integration. Still haven't fixed the bug where when you are editing an entry in the main window, you can't scroll the Notes entry. Still have 2 spaces for the title of the entry.
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4.5
Aanhorn
08 April 2006
Version: 2.0.2
There are tons of password/serial management apps for OS X, so much so that it can get really confusing trying to find the right one. Well, let me tell you that this choice is actually very simple: Wallet. It looks great, it has great features and great security. While it's not perfect, overall it's simply the best out of the entire lot. Don't give any of the others a second thought, Wallet is what your looking for.
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2.25
Hotfreaks
04 April 2006
Version: 2.0.2
This is a shoddy piece of software; I recommend looking elsewhere for personal data storage software. There are all sorts of annoying bugs, including autofill not working, and most importantly, it seems to randomly forget fields in some entries. I have now lost some of my website login information, thanks to Wallet.
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Steve K
14 February 2006
Version: 2.0.2
I really like this app. I like the quick response I received at the developer's website forum too. Once .Mac syncing is implemented, I'm buying. Even without that feature tho, it's a nice little app. I was using Safe Place for a bit, but I really like the separate categories and icons in Wallet. Much easier on the eyes.
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4.5
Anonymous
10 November 2005
Version: 2.0.2
Well worth the $15, although getting things to sort in column view and modifying the 6 fields are a little quirky at the moment. I've made about 70 entries so far and I'm very pleased otherwise. Nice interface overall, and the password generator and autofill are sure to come in handy as well. Too bad that the autofill doesn't work with Firefox, but it appears that that is due to Firefox not being Applescriptable (is that a word? :).
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4.75
Anonymous
07 November 2005
Version: 2.0.2
I was using another password app. I was kind of satisfied until the developer disappeared and no updates came to better what was a good but not great product. Well, I found Wallet, and had to get it because it is a polished well thought-out piece of software. It looks great, remembers your window size, doesn't require highlighting to copy to clipboard, among many other useful features. You can sense the care that went into it.
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Anonymous
06 November 2005
Version: 2.0.2
I like this app, especially the AutoFill feature (pulls up the site associated with the password and fills in the log in info for you)- but it doesn't work with Firefox. And I won't pay for it until it does.
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4.25
rgreen517
21 June 2005
Version: 2.0.1
This is a good product, it would be a great product if it synced with .Mac automatically so desktop to Laptop would always be in sync.
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Anonymous
21 June 2005
Version: 2.0.1
Agreed - A black wallet would look good in the app icon...
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3.25
Anonymous
16 June 2005
Version: 2.0.1
Interesting product. I just miss the ability to sort the categories.
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4.5
Anonymous
15 June 2005
Version: 2.0
I really like the app, and sure while TextEdit could keep your passwords too, it couldn't do it with this elegant user interface. The iPod syncing especially is great, and I use the app for more than just serial numbers - movie showtimes, shopping lists, etc. just seem easier to get onto my iPod this way. And although I really like the app icon, the colouring is too close to Address Book's. I'd like to see a black wallet.
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Anonymous
14 June 2005
Version: 2.0
Your icon look ways to much like the Address Book icon. change the color or something.
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Anonymous
14 June 2005
Version: 2.0
Crap! I found that simply creating a gmail account serves the same purpose and can be accessed from any computer. Plus, this program can pretty much be summed up as a notepad with a lock. Try the combination of textedit and filevault.
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Anonymous
28 May 2005
Version: 1.2.2
i mailed the developer, i got a answer back, there will be a new version released at 13 juni .. :)
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Ted Lee
02 April 2004
Version: 1.2.2
Well, I paid for this earlier this week via PayPal, and 3 days later I've yet to receive my serial number to use the program. I've sent a request to the developer, and it has gone unanswered. I'm really hoping they deliver it, because it is a nice program.
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Waterfall Software
09 August 2003
Version: 1.1.2
And would you mind telling us what that background password is? Because quite frankly we think that's a load of crap.
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1.5
Anonymous
06 August 2003
Version: 1.1.2
This program seems to have a BACKDOOR! Apparently there is a "bypass" password that you can use to open ANY file. Ouch!
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2.75
Bastibense
04 August 2003
Version: 1.1.2
Hmm. You can do most of this stuff using Address Book and iCal and Stickies. It's written in REALbasic, GUI-technically a masterpiece if you consider that it has been made using REALbasic. Unfortunatly no support for Mac OS X Toolbars. Price is _by far_ too high!
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1.75
Knut
03 April 2003
Version: 1.0.1
I go with Serializer from imediasw.com it's free at least..
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2.75
Anonymous
03 April 2003
Version: 1.0.1
Not very good... and I think I was censored on his forum for saying the app needed tweeking. Such simple things as the SEARCH feature do not even work as they should. This app really needs work. It is, to say the least, not a version 1.
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2
Anonymous
02 April 2003
Version: 1.0.1
No Keychain support? Are you kidding me?
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