For years, Password Wallet has been one of the most useful pieces of software I have owned. There are plenty of password managers out there, but PW was my choice because of it's really powerful (448 bit) encryption, Mac support, and full synchronization with Palm devices. When I switched over to my iPhone, PW was one of the things I missed the most. I assumed that it would be a long time before the application could make it to the iPhone, since you have to hack your iPhone to get third-party applications on it. Imagine my surprise at this announcement:
"PasswordWallet for Macintosh 4.x (sold separately) now includes the ability to export your passwords to your iPhone. You can view your passwords anywhere and at any time on your iPhone while still keeping them protected by PasswordWallet's powerful 448-bit blowfish encryption and your master password."
I'm not a coder, so I have a hard time understanding EXACTLY how this can be done, but it has to do with encoding the entire file and the application needed to read it into a bookmark, which you sync with your desktop version of Safari. The Safari browser on the iPhone reads and decrypts the wallet file (after input of the the password).
This works very well, if a little slow. I'm very happy with the product.
Thanks, Selznick Scientific, for relieving one of the few issues I've had with my iPhone. You have my admiration for doing it in such a clever way!