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    for credit card numbers and such?

    Is there one with a desktop client component for syncing? I find it much easier to input all that info on the desktop first.
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    Quite a while back I tested out a few different ones and settled on SplashID and have been very happy with it ever since. It has a nice little desktop conduit and application. Although this isn't the only one out there I certainly would recommend it.
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    Do not mess eWallet from
    eWallet 2.1

    It can be sync. with Desktop eWallet also...
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    I have to say that Cloak is the best.
    I used to use GNU Keyring & securememo for a while, and have used other programs, but not nearly as much.
    Cloak is very secure and both the palm and desktop components are very easy to use.
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    Originally posted by alkandery75
    Do not mess eWallet from
    eWallet 2.1

    It can be sync. with Desktop eWallet also...
    cool program but expense. nice eye candy though, and i'm a sucker for that.
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    Try PWCPP:

    Pilot Warez

    Best regards ,,,
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    A vote for SplashID.. and actually all of their software. They produce some of the few pieces of software that has never caused a crash.
    And the SplashID desktop is great too.

    Hitman
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    This is inappropriate for this site. Read The Rules

    Originally posted by alkandery75
    Try PWCPP:

    Pilot Warez

    Best regards ,,,
    SplashID is the best manager out there Hands down. All of SplashData's applications are great.
    My life is in my Treo... Where is yours?
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    Always Use PWCPP for testing....



    >>> IF YOU LIKE IT BUY IT <<<


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    Bogus.

    Most shareware apps have a 15 - 30 day trial period. There is no need to crack them to use them fully.
    My life is in my Treo... Where is yours?
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    Originally posted by yardie
    Bogus.

    Most shareware apps have a 15 - 30 day trial period. There is no need to crack them to use them fully.
    Well, I can't say it's completely bogus. Timed trials constantly frustrate me. I'm a busy guy, as many are, and many times a trial program will time out before I've had a chance to try it more than once or twice, let alone live with it.

    I do use programs, but then I go on to buy them if I'm using them.

    -bagelche

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