There are two ways to sync between eWallet for Mac and eWallet for iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod touch): one, using Local WiFi sync, and two, using cloud sync.
To set up sync with your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, first make sure you have a wallet on the Mac with the same name and password as the one on your iPhone, iPod, or iPad. If you have a wallet on the Mac that is not on the device yet, the sync process will ask to copy it over the first time you sync.
To create a wallet on your Mac, start eWallet and go to File -> New. Make sure it has the exact same name and password as the wallet on your Apple mobile device.
Then, set up the sync partnership:
Synchronization requires a WiFi network that your Mac and Apple mobile device can both connect to. Unfortunately, Apple does not allow access to the USB connection or the iTunes sync process for non-Apple software.
If you cannot set up local WiFi sync, try following these tips or switch to the more automatic Cloud Sync (see below).
eWallet’s SyncPro engine on Mac OS X has a cloud sync option. With cloud sync there is no need for a direct connection between devices to sync – and of course you can also use cloud sync as one method of creating backup files of your wallet and get it stored safely off-device and off-site.
For detailed instructions on configuring cloud sync, open eWallet's built-in help documentation on the Mac and select Synchronization -> Cloud Sync, or see our article on Setting up eWallet's cloud sync on Mac OS X.
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