eWallet is a utility that enables you to store your credentials, contact info, bank account details or private notes in one place. This program features an intuitive interface, helps you keep track of various types of personal details, and lets you sync the stored info across your smartphone, Dropbox or iCloud account.
On the left side of the interface you will notice the item categories. You can add extra groups if necessary and delete the ones you don't need. Once you selected the proper category from the list, click over the "New Card" button and start adding information regarding the item you wish to add to your collection.
An important advantage is the fact that the utility features an option to password-protect its records. By enabling this option you can prevent unauthorized users from accessing your private data. You can configure the app to automatically shut down or lock after X minutes of inactivity.
In addition, you can export or print the stored information directly from the app's interface. Sadly, the program supports only 2 output formats when exporting data (WLT and TXT).
Another thing that bothers me is that the utility lacks an option to import contact data from the records stored in Mac's Contacts app.
All in all, eWallet is a great application for storing personal info. However, you should try a different Mac utility if the aforementioned flaws mean much to you.