Flint, a browser extension wallet, has unveiled a dApp browser support for iOS devices. The protocol announced the development in a series of Twitter posts on its official handle. Reportedly, the dApp browser support will serve as an upgrade to Flint wallets running on IOS devices.
According to Flint, the new upgrade will pave the way for iOS devices to run Cardano-oriented dApps without any hitches. The upgrade envelopes two major new features; the first feature is the integration of a dApp browser, and the second feature allows users to directly use the Milkomeda wrap/unwrap transactions in the Bridge from the transaction’s link in Flint.
Additionally, the newly incorporated features enhance user experience in the decentralized finance (DeFi) world. The wallet service provider also relayed the updated graphical outlook of the wallet. This was done so that iOS users could glimpse what they stand to enjoy after downloading the wallet’s upgraded version.
The new upgrade further allows subscribers to surf directly or their desired cardano-based dApp on the network. However, Flint says the latest upgrade is only available to users running their wallets with iOS devices. According to the protocol, it will add these features to its android version.
The Co-founder of dcSpark, Sebastien Guillemot, also shared the announcement on his official Twitter handle. According to him,
“dApp browser is now available for iOS. Compatible with every dApp on Cardano! No developer tweaks are required. Our new fast backend is also almost ready! Android is pending approval.”
The unveiling of the new Flint iOS upgrade was greeted with a series of commendations by Cardano investors. The development, as believed, tends to increase the level of investors in Cardano’s ecosystem.
Recall that Hardware wallet provider Ledger had announced the adoption of 100 tokens on the Cardano blockchain in the past week. The initiative, as reported, will allow Cardano users to have their tokens in a secured hardware wallet provided by Ledger.
The adoption of Cardano-based tokens by Ledger came a few months after the latter added support for Cardano to its Android Version. Reports indicate a rise in the transaction volume on Cardano. It recorded a 5% increment in transactional activities in June compared to May. Additionally, the ecosystem recorded about 44.8 million different activities from May to June.
Cardano’s native token ADA trades at $0.4987483. It enjoys a market cap of over $16.92 billion and $722.39 million in the last 24 hours.