Developer: Acrylic Software

Current Version: 3.5

Last Updated: 20 days ago

Download Size: 8.1 MB - Download


Wallet is the simplest and easiest way to secure and keep track of your most sensitive information. Think of Wallet as your personal, flexible database, where you can store passwords, credit card details, app license keys, and more.

In addition to passwords, Wallet's flexibility allows you to create custom groups to organize any kind of data you want. You can even attach and encrypt files from your Mac to individual entries in Wallet.

• Military-Grade Security

When you keep your most precious information in one place, it's important to have strong security protecting it. Wallet utilizes 256-bit AES encryption to lock and secure your database - the de facto standard in encryption technology.

In addition, Wallet can automatically lock itself when it's inactive or when your Mac goes to sleep, clear the clipboard after use, or even tell you if anyone else has been snooping around with the Access Log.

• Touch ID

Now you can easily unlock Wallet using just your fingerprint, with support for Touch ID on the MacBook Pro.

• Sync Everywhere

Wallet features seamless optional cloud syncing, meaning you'll always be up to date no matter where you are. You can keep multiple devices in sync using your Dropbox account or a WebDAV server.

Best of all, your synced database acts as a secure, remote backup. If something happens to your computer (or you want to set up Wallet on another computer), it makes for a quick and easy recovery.

• Browser Extensions

Access Wallet directly from your browser. Wallet's browser extensions let you AutoFill forms on any web page using your Wallet data. You can also save new passwords directly to Wallet. Just click the Wallet toolbar button in Safari or Google Chrome, type in your Wallet password, and you're ready to log in.

• Wallet for iPhone and iPad

Take your most important information with you on the go. Wallet for iOS (sold separately on the iOS App Store) lets you access your entire Wallet database anywhere you are. By syncing with your Mac over the air or using your Wi-Fi network, your information is always up-to-date and ready to go.

If you have a Dropbox account, syncing is even easier. Just tap the sync button anywhere you are, and Wallet seamlessly updates your information over the air using cellular or Wi-Fi.


Release Notes:

– 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


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 3.2.3
Review by Rhymes With Fire

Easy to use, familiar design, and syncs with iPhone - I used to keep my web passwords in an unsecure document file on my computer (not a good idea). I knew I needed to encrypt the file, but I never found an easy, convenient way to do it. Finally a friend told me about Wallet. It's easy to use, well designed (feels a lot like Address Book), and syncs easily with my iPhone via wifi or MobileMe so I can have all my login/passwords with me while I'm away from my computer. (The iPhone app costs an additional $4.99 from the App Store.) TIP: When syncing with the iPhone app via wifi, make sure both apps are unlocked before attempting to sync. Otherwise the iPhone app will close automatically (appear to crash). This is just a security feature, but was a little confusing the first time I tried to do it.

Found helpful by 20 out of 25 people
Version 3.3
Review by Macman

Extremely Poor Customer Service - I have a very different opinion of this software and it's creator/founder, Dustin MacDonald. I have owned this software for a few years and my biggest complaint has been the horrible customer service it provides for its customers. The apllication is average compared to some of the other competitors, but the customer service stinks up to high heaven and the owner is very disrespectful and not a man of his word when it comes to standing behind this product. I feel ripped off because he completely disappeared for months without a trace until we eventually found out that he took a job with Facebook and then he turned around and charged all of his previous customers like myself another fee for the same product for a simple update. We were left with no ability to use Dropbox because he did not fix the problem before he mysteriously disappeared. I think this is a very poor example of how customers get ripped off by unethical programmers and so-called entrepreneurs. I would not recommend anyone purchasing this product because the product, in my opinion, is average at best and the customer service is absolutely horrible. Buy it at your own risk! "A good product and poor customer service spells an accident waiting to happen!"

Found helpful by 35 out of 37 people