As a crypto entrepreneur who uses Trust Wallet daily, the in-app DApp browser provides me easy access to essential decentralized apps for my business. I rely on it for everything from swapping tokens on Uniswap to checking NFTs on OpenSea.
But getting the DApp browser running can be confusing, especially on iOS.
In this article, I‘ll provide a step-by-step guide to enabling the Trust Wallet DApp browser with visuals and tips. I‘ll also highlight the benefits of using DApps and share some of my favorite examples.
Overview of Trust Wallet
For context, Trust Wallet is a mobile crypto wallet launched in 2017 that supports major cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, BNB, and more. It‘s owned by Binance and has over 5 million users worldwide.
I prefer Trust Wallet as an entrepreneur because:
- It offers a clean, user-friendly interface.
- The mobile app provides easy access to my crypto on-the-go.
- It has robust security features like 2FA, pin codes, and biometric login.
- It supports Web3 DApps seamlessly via WalletConnect.
The DApp browser integration is one of Trust Wallet‘s key features, but it needs to be manually enabled first.
Step-by-Step: How to Enable the DApp Browser
Enabling the browser differs between iOS and Android. Let‘s go through each process.
Enabling the DApp browser on Trust Wallet for Android takes just a few taps:
- Open the Trust Wallet app.
- Tap the Settings icon in the bottom right.
- Go to Preferences.
- Tap on DApp Browser.
- Toggle the switch on to enable it.
Here‘s how it looks:[Screenshots of the process on Android]
Once enabled, you‘ll see the new Browser icon in your bottom menu.
iOS is trickier because Apple restricts use of embedded browsers. You have two options:
Method 1: Using trust://browser_enable
- Open the Safari app on your iPhone.
- Type trust://browser_enable into the address bar and hit Go.
- When prompted, tap Open to open the link in Trust Wallet.
- This will enable the in-app browser.
Method 2: Connecting Via WalletConnect
- On Safari, navigate to a DApp site like Uniswap.
- Choose WalletConnect when connecting your wallet.
- A QR code will appear.
- In Trust Wallet, go to WalletConnect and scan the QR code.
- Approve the connection request.
This video walkthrough may help:[Embedded video guide]
I recommend method 1 as it‘s faster to enable the browser directly.
Why Enable the DApp Browser?
Here are some of the benefits of enabling Web3 DApp access on Trust Wallet:
- Trade, lend, borrow on decentralized exchanges like Uniswap, PancakeSwap, Aave, and more.
- Buy and sell NFTs on marketplaces like OpenSea.
- Earn yields by providing liquidity on yield farms.
- Play crypto games like Axie Infinity.
- Access metaverse worlds and virtual real estate.
- No copying wallet addresses. Just connect and interact.
- Enhanced security versus desktop access.
According to DappRadar, there are over 3,600 active decentralized apps across categories like DeFi, NFTs, and gaming.
As a crypto entrepreneur, I use DApps daily to manage business operations including:
- Swapping tokens on Uniswap (~$1 billion daily volume)
- Checking NFT collections and sales on OpenSea (90% market share)
- Monitoring portfolio on Zerion
- Minting NFTs on Rarible
The Trust Wallet DApp browser provides secure and convenient access to these essential services on-the-go.
Here are some troubleshooting tips if you face any issues enabling the DApp browser:
- Double check URL entered for trust://browser_enable – easy to mis-type.
- Make sure Trust Wallet app is updated to latest version.
- On WalletConnect, check the QR code scan was successful.
- Restart both the Trust Wallet app and your mobile device.
- Check for any iOS settings restrictions on Trust Wallet.
- Reach out to Trust Wallet support if still facing problems.
I hope this guide was helpful in walking through how to enable the Web3 DApp browser within Trust Wallet on both Android and iOS devices.
As a crypto entrepreneur, having direct mobile access to DApps is invaluable for managing my business operations efficiently on-the-go.
Let me know if you have any other questions! I‘m always happy to help fellow crypto businesses master mobile wallet usage.