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04-27-2003, 04:38 PM
8O :?: Does anybody knows a program for PPC to store IDs.
I used SplashID in my Palm, but I cannot find any to use in my Axim.
Any suggestion?

Janak Parekh
04-27-2003, 06:04 PM
The most popular ones are FlexWallet, eWallet, and CodeWallet. Take a look at this article (http://www.jenneth.info/archives/000049.html) to get a detailed review of the three.


04-27-2003, 07:25 PM
For my money, Codewallet is the best and safest. :)

Get it here (http://www.developerone.com/pocketpc/codewallet/).

04-27-2003, 08:20 PM
There is also Password Manager PDA Edition (freeware)


04-27-2003, 09:00 PM
They all have their benefits and flaws.

I evaluated them recently and my decision was between eWallet and CodeWallet.

The main feature (for me) that I wanted to go with CodeWallet was the ability to create templates - a feature eWallet will have soon (according to what a support tech has told me).

I did find the UI for CodeWallet was a little more polished - but had its own quirks that were annoying. Like text being cut off if it was too long and not wrapping.

I found customer service for eWallet to be MUCH better. I submitted questions about the products to Ilium(eWallet), DeveloperOne (CodeWallet) and the makers of FlexWallet on the same day about two to three weeks ago. I had a whole conversation via email with the support at Ilium (eWallet) the day after I sent the email. I have NOT heard any response from Two Peaks (FlexWallet) or DeveloperOne to my questions.

When a company shows that kind of service, it definitely makes me want to go with them. Conversely, I am more wary of going with a company like DeveloperOne or Two Peaks that don't seem to reply to their support email.

04-28-2003, 02:13 AM
I was using Handango Vault (aka eWallet by Ilium) and recently switched over to FlexWallet. I am still evaluating Flex Wallet but I like the icons better and the facy that you can have templates for different things. Their website even has templates if you want to keep your DVD collection in there.