Uniswap, the popular decentralized finance (DeFi) token swap service, has seen the launch of its mobile wallet finally get the green light from Apple and list in the iOS App Store. This follows a turbulent March, when the project’s application was rejected by the tech giant with no stated reason as to why.
The mobile wallet, now available in most countries with plans to expand, allows users of Uniswap’s DeFi self-custodied token swap platform to access most of the service’s features, such as peer-to-peer token trading and automated liquidity pools through their mobile devices.
In response to the earlier rejection, the project wrote that Apple was leaving them “stuck in limbo” without any satisfactory explanation. Uniswap ultimately provided early access to the mobile wallet application to its users to test, which appears to be the platform that is now available in the App Store.
The news of the iOS App Store launch, celebrated with a post on the project’s blog, is welcomed as a crucial development for the platform, and undoubtedly an overwhelmingly positive response from users of the wallet. Now ranked #140 in App Store’s utilities category, Uniswap provides a low-cost and secure way for users to easily Swap their tokens.
The long awaited iOS App Store launch is the culmination of months of hard work and highlights Uniswap’s commitment to its users. The team is excited to take the next step on their journey and look forward to seeing how Apple users take advantage of the Uniswap wallet.