It now works on Galaxy S3! and S5 I have used Password Wallet on my Mac and cell phones for years. Through several phones ... from Palm to various Androids. Got a Galaxy S3 last summer and it didn't work. I was about to consider how to find something that worked as well on the Mac (esp. for typing passwords without seeing them on the screen, critical for public demos) as well as the S3. Update came through TODAY ... and it now works! Thanks Selznick Software! Update: I just got a Galaxy S5 and it works fine there too.
Android problems-doesn't work This app doesn't work on my android galaxy s6. I'm deleting it and finding another app that's compatible. I have to retype EVERYTHING into a new app. That's very time consuming. Please fix this issue.
Silly iteration for Android I've been using the web page exports from pc to Android for years. I don't need an app to fail to do it for me. My phone doesn't have an external storage to even use.
It works, but.... The application works. Well, after some research on the PasswordWallet website. I moved from iOS to Android recently, and have been disappointed with the app since. iOS app is much better... If I want to update the database, I must copy a file (after exporting from PW), to the phone and place it in a specific folder on the phone. I am checking out other similar software apps that work like PW, but better. I an NOT moving to a manager that hosts my passwords in the "cloud" though. Looking at mSecure.
Doesn't work I just downloaded this app on my android device. Thought it was the perfect solution so I wouldn't have to carry my iOS device any longer just for the passwords. I just read several reviews and apparently it's a common problem for android users. Rather than spending my time going through the motions, I'll just find another app and retype everything in. Better get started. Deleting this one now. Not worth the effort.
Was great on my iPhone but not.. on Android. Sync is a pain. Was promised an all new version but a year on and nada, shame.
- Added new permissions now required by Kit Kat.
- Better detection of bad SDCARD layout. That means better in-line error messages too. Sorry about those black screens instead of an error message!
- Puts up a more complete path for devices that have more than one SDCARD installed. (Some devices have an external SDCARD and an internal one. They mount differently on various computer operating systems.)