iLium recently released a "Viewer" for Android and someone reviewed it here on the DroidForums. I just learned about it yesterday and even though it's just a viewer now, I think iLium, who was hesitant about bothering to acknowledge the growing Android community, finally woke-up and is on the Droid bandwagon now. I painfully transported all of my years of eWallet data to SplashID back in December - a task that took hours of my time and totally sucked due to eWallet's terribly inadequate export function. That left a really bad taste in mouth about iLiumSoftware. But, on the other hand, SplashData has not evolved SplashID from it's somewhat crude/unstable state for months now, so I am moving back to eWallet, in hopes that they will soon create a fully-functional Android app - not just a "viewer". Having a password safe is a central function for me. I wish that moving to the Droid wasn't such a PIA.