The DApp browser on Trust Wallet let you to make use of a number of decentralized applications such as PancakeSwap or Uniswap to swap tokens. If you are looking for ways to get Trust browser enabled on your device, luckily you have landed on the right place.
This blog article is compiled to let you learn about how to enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet for Android as well as iOS devices and also address questions raised by users regarding DApps, like is the DApp browser removed from iOS and much more. So let’s get started…
But before we get straight to the point, you must have an overview about Trust Wallet and DApp Browser so as to have a better understanding in the said context and topic.
What is Trust Wallet?
Trust Wallet, an official Binance app is among the best applications meant to procure, hold and manage trade of cryptocurrencies on your phone. You can create your Trust Wallet account via the Ethereum Blockchain technology.
The services offered by Trust Wallet includes, signing in to wallets by users and then managing it on their mobile devices.
Therefore, the Trust Wallet isn’t only for using the DApp (Decentralized App) browser, it is undoubtedly ranked as one of the best platforms to check DApps on your phone.
What are DApp Browsers?
DApp browsers, also known as web3 browsers, let you to connect to decentralized applications located on a blockchain. They are quite necessary for performing cryptocurrency transactions since regular browsers are not that compatible with decentralized applications. DApp browsers hence work as a window to access, visit and navigate all of the major Decentralized Apps available out there.
In case you enable DApp Browser on Trust Wallet, you can then be able to reach out and connect to a wide range of DApps. This may be of great help to allow you take advantage of making purchases or using DApps on your account to go one step beyond. Here’s how to enable DApp browser on your Trust wallet:
How to enable DApp browser on Trust Wallet for Android devices?
The DApp browser can be easily enabled on the Trust Wallet app via the preferences setting once you have downloaded it on your Android device. You can locate and get access to the preferences setting by tapping on the “Settings” icon provided on the bottom navigation bar of the home screen on the app.
Fortunately, Android users don’t have to manually enable DApp browser from any external source. You can enable the DApp browser on your Android device by just navigating to Trust Wallet and subsequently following the path as:
Go to Settings > Preferences > DApp browser > Enable.
That’s it. You can now use it by tapping on the “Browser” icon provided on the bottom navigation bar of the Trust Wallet app.
How to enable DApp browser on Trust Wallet for iOS devices?
You must note that as of June 2021, Trust Wallet has removed the DApp browser on iOS devices. As a result the DApp browser cannot be enabled on the app directly if you are using an iPhone/iOS device. But, you need not have to be disheartened as there is still a way to get the job done. You can enable DApp browser manually and thus get access to decentralized applications.
To enable DApp browser on Trust Wallet for iOS device, first of all you are required to open a browser, for instance say it be Safari. After that copy and paste a phrase “trust://browser_enable” on the URL field and hit the enter key. Once you are done with it, a pop-up message appears on the screen asking you to open the page on Trust Wallet. It reads, “Open this page in “Trust”? Finally you need to make a tap on the “Open”button/option to enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet. You can then use it by tapping on the “Browser” icon provided on the bottom navigation bar of the app.
Note: In case you didn’t manually enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet, then you won’t be able to get the “Browser” icon.
Alternatively, you can also enable DApp browser on Trust Wallet using your iPhone or iOS via PancakeSwap website. To do so all you need is to visit the official website on your Safari browser and then follow the path as:
Tap on Connect > WalletConnect > Trust > Open > Connect > Go back to PancakeSwap on your browser.
Note: In case you have enabled the DApp browser on your iOS device prior to June 2021, you will still be able to use and access it from the “History” section. Additionally, all your funds and collectibles can also be accessible.
That’s it. You’ve successfully learned how to enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet! Alas, the removal of the DApp browser is obligatory for upcoming updates of Trust Wallet. However, it won’t be a problem for Android users while if you are iOS users, you can take into consideration the alternative methods mentioned above to access DApps on your Trust Wallet.