Apollo Foundation this week launched Apollo mobile app on Apple App Store. You can download it here.
That means Wallet can be used on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The iOS app improves the reach and capability of APL users.
According to Apple, the app requires iOS 9.0 or later.
In December, Apollo released Android mobile Wallet app so you can take all-in-one privacy currency wherever you go. You can download it on Google Play.
Be sure to enable 2-factor authentication (2fa) on Wallet.
According to an Apollo developer:
[2FA] feature adds another level of security to the Apollo project. 2FA is developed for web, mobile and desktop wallets. As a result, this feature increases the overall security level of the wallet and it makes hack attempts more expensive than profits those attempts provide.
Apollo all-in-one privacy currency combines mainstream crypto features in a truly private and unregulatable platform. APL lets you transact and send data in total anonymity via tech breakthroughs such as private ledger, decentralized exchange, coin mixing, and advanced IP masking.
With 2-second block speed, Apollo is one of fastest cryptos on Earth.
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