Apple has finally approved the Wallet 2.0 update. I’ve added re-ordering of entries (by drag-and-drop), improved the preview of passwords, added auto-copy of selected passwords, drag-and-drop of passwords into other Apps and most important of all – Wallet is now iCloud enabled.
All your passwords on all your Macs. Hassle-free. With just a simple click in the Preferences.
Because we are just moving into a new Home/Office – only 2000 feet away from the Fernsehturm – I didn’t had the time yet, to create a new website. So here is the direct link to its App Store page:
Wallet on the Mac App Store
The iCloud is not a Dropbox (yet). But for Apps it is the better solution. And the better working one. All you (as a user) have to do is to enable it in the Preferences of an App and that’s it. All your App data on all you Macs and – if available – on your iOS devices as well.
And for sandboxed Mac App Stores Apps it simply is the only hassle-free option. This may change in the future with Gatekeeper but for now it does not make any sense to use the Dropbox or another solution.
I’ve just submitted Wallet 2.0 for review and because it is a sandboxed and iCloud enabled App now, I had to drop the support for 10.6 and the Dropbox. I know that this sucks for some but that is the only chance I had…
I’ve just submitted another app for the Mac App Store.
It’s myWallets little sister - Wallet.
Now I’ve submitted five applications in total for the Store and two are already approved…