Last week, Komodo made the announcement that ETH and over 150 ERC20 tokens are being integrated into Agama, Komodo’s native multi-coin wallet. This will make Agama one of the most robust open-source multi-coin wallets available.
Now, Komodo is pleased to announce that Agama is now available on both Android and iOS mobile operating systems.
Features Of Agama Mobile
The new mobile version of Agama has all of the functionalities you’d expect: the ability to send and receive a number of different cryptocurrencies, including Komodo, Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, QTUM, Dash, Digibyte, ZCash, and many more.
In addition, Agama mobile makes collecting your 5% active user rewards simple. All you need to do is tap a single button and your active user rewards will automatically be sent to your address and added to your balance.
Agama Wallet on Android
For those who use a smartphone with the Android operating system, Agama can be downloaded from Google Play here.
If you run into any issues or need some assistance, please reach out to a member of the support team in the #support channel on Komodo’s Discord server. You may also choose to file a support ticket, although this method will not provide instant support as Discord will.
Agama Wallet on iOS
For those who use iOS, an initial beta version of Agama mobile is now available. The iOS version of Agama is still in testing so users must download Apple’s TestFlight app before downloading Agama mobile itself.
Click here to download TestFlight. Once you’ve completed that, you will be given a link to download Agam mobile for iOS.
All testers should join #agama-ios-beta-test in the Komodo community on Discord.
Since the iOS version of Agama is, in fact, still in testing, you may experience a few bugs. If you do, please help Komodo improve the app by filing a bug report here.
There are a few known bugs that have already been documented. These issues include display issues for iPhone X, Xs, & Xs Max. Also, VerusCoin (VRSC) is not usable at the moment because Verus has already implemented support, which is not yet compatible with Agama.
A running list of known issues with Agama mobile can be found here. Please give this a read before using Agama mobile on iOS to ensure you’re aware of existing issues.
As always, the Komodo development team will continue to improve upon existing products and technologies. This of course holds true for Agama.
Expect future versions of Agama mobile to have more coins and tokens, fewer bugs, and an overall improved user experience.
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