How do you manage to remember all the passwords, account numbers, insurance info and such information that you don’t need … until you need it? For me the answer is eWallet. It’s currently one of the few apps that I paid for – $9.99 – and it’s worth every $.

eWallet has a desktop version and an app (which can sync together) but currently, I’m using the app only. My main purpose is to use it to hold account information, so I find it more useful to have it on my phone where I can access it on the go.

App Love for eWallet
With eWallet, I create Categories, for example, “Health”, and then there are “cards” under each category that correspond to a specific account, for example, Dental Insurance. The information I would include on this card includes – company name, policy number, website address and login details.

Some of the other categories I use include Auto, Utilities, Money, Blogging, Social Media, Store Cards and IDs.

eWallet can also generate a password – you choose the length and type of characters to be used. It is of course password protected itself – so this is the only password you need remember in the future šŸ™‚ And another pretty sweet feature is that you can insert / attach a photo to the card. Beware though that large pics won’t work, so use an app to resize it if necessary <- but I don’t use that feature because I like to keep things as simple as possible.


eWallet suits my needs perfectly well. I think I most use it to pull up my bank account information when I need to go into the bank, and to remember login information for websites for utility bills and credit cards.

Do you use a password manager? Desktop or mobile app?

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6 Replies to “App Love eWallet”

  1. trish says:

    I use “passible” {mobile app} which is good for me so that I can switch up my passwords for each and every site and not worry about forgetting it. I can’t remember if it was a paid app or free but I love it either way!

    trish – tales from trish

  2. Michelle says:

    I use Dashlane and have been using it for a while now. I adore it. I love how it automatically populates login names and passwords on my favorite websites and how easy it is to use when browsing or shopping online. I don’t worry about my passwords’ strengths anymore because it creates passwords that I know I would never be able to remember on my own. It also prompts me when I should change my passwords for maximum protection on all of my accounts. It has gotten to the point where I don’t know what I would do without it.

  3. I really should get a password app. I have such trouble remembering all the work ones because they have such different requirements. Thanks for the recommendation!

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