Even though we have mentioned DigiByte a few times over the past few weeks, the coin and community still seem underrated or underappreciated by a lot of people, despite all the hard work they are putting into it.
Their newest addition that will be of great interest to a lot of users , is the fact they now also have a working DigiByte Android wallet. As both an Android user, and a fan of DigiByte, or cryptocurrency innovation in general, I decided to check it out.
You can’t really report on stuff you haven’t at least tried for yourself, right? Either way, the Digibyte Android wallet is not in the Google Play Store yet, but it can be downloaded directly from the Digibyte website.
As soon as I started up the DigiByte Android wallet, 3 network connections were made, and the syncing began. The whole process took about 10 minutes, which is always normal when you run the Android wallet for the first time.
Sending back & forth DigiByte was easy and flawless, as there were no random crashes, no lag,….Everything worked fine, as you would come to expect.