Recently, the Tron (TRX) Foundation released a blog post that reveals some of the new features of TronWallet – the peer-to-peer, open source digital currency wallet of Tron (TRX). The foundation revealed the new feature of the wallet not too long after they released the iOS version of the application to the App Store.
TronWallet Final Version for Android and iOS
When the TronWallet was launched a few months ago, the Tron Foundation asked users not to send any TRX to the wallet as it was in its test phase. Nevertheless, the final version of the app has been released and users can now do so much with it, including sending, freezing, receiving, or whatever you want to do with it. TronWallet is now fully available and functional for both iOS and Android. The app is available for download on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
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At the moment, TronWallet is receiving a series of improvements which will be very significant for the development of the product. The application can be used to access and protect your Tron (TRX) tokens with your phone, pay utility bills with QR scanner, and send tokens via wallets and QR codes.
What You Can Now Do with the Updated TronWallet
The TronWallet mobile app is developed by Getty.io – a team of developers from Chile, Canada, and Brazil. The new feature of the application include:
- Access to your TRX tokens using your mobile device
- Sending tokens to others by scanning a QR code or via their addresses
- Check the current value of the coin
- Create and manage more than one wallet within the application
- Unlock the app with fingerprint or Face ID
- Monitor all your transactions
- Create unique QR codes to request TRX payments
- Vote for Tron (TRX) Super Representatives
- Freeze and unfreeze your tokens.
Tron (TRX) also has plans of rolling out a new peer-to-peer trading feature that will enable people to trade tokens without intermediaries on the app before the end of this year. The blockchain project also plans to create a web browser in the first quarter of next year as part of its effort to speed up the development of decentralized apps.