How To Enable DApp Browser On Trust Wallet 2023 (iPhone And Android)

Timothy Iyekowa
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There are different DApp, but what if you want to use it with Trust Wallet on iOS or Android, here’s how you can enable DApp on Trust.

If you’re using Trust Wallet, you’ll see Trust has its own DApp browser, which allows you to browse on decentralized markets places like PancakeSwap and UniSwap.

But for iPhone, you’ll see that the app no longer supports the browser. If you want to use DApps on Trust Wallet, we’ll show you how to do it on your iPhone.

In this article, you’ll learn how to enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet. You’ll be able to enable DApp on both iPhone and Android devices.

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How to Enable The DApp Browser On iOS Devices

Trust Wallet removed the DApp browser feature in June 2020, because of the new Apple App Store guidelines. And in 2021 the workaround was blocked and no longer works.

DApps Browser on Trust Wallet for iOS no longer works, know this, and no peace. Use a different option instead.

We don’t know why Apple introduced this guideline in App Store, but we know how you can connect Trust Wallet to DApps on your iOS device.

To get the DApps and use them on Trust Wallet, you’ll need to use WalletConnect, which allows DApps to connect with Trust Wallet.

You can also use Discover to access Apps. Here’s how to use DApps on Trust Wallet.

Enabled DApp Using Discover

On the Trust Wallet app, you’ll see the new Discover section on the navigation bar at the bottom. You can use DApp from here.

Step 1: Open Trust Wallet

Open the Trust Wallet app on your iPhone device, then at bottom of the screen tap on Discover. This is located at the navigation bar.

Step 2: Select DApp

Once you tap on Discover, you’ll see different DApp you can use on Trust Wallet. Choose the DApp you would like to use.

If you don’t see the DApp you want to use, you can view it all by tapping on “See All.” If the DApp isn’t here, your best choice is to use WalletConnect to connect to other DApp.

Enabled DApp Using PancakeSwap

With WalletConnect, here’s how you can easily enable DApps with Trust Wallet.

Connect Trust Wallet With PancakeSwap > Tap on Connect at the top right > Select WalletConnect > Select Trust > Tap on Connect to confirm the connection with PancakeSwap.

Step 1: Open PancakeSwap

Open the PancakeSwap website on a web browser and at the top right corner, tap on Connect.

Step 2: Connect Using WalletConnect

From the list of apps, tap on WalletConnect and then you’ll see several different wallets you can connect to. Tap on Trust from the list.

Step 3: Tap Connect

Trust Wallet app will notify you that PancakeSwap wants to connect to your wallet.

Tap on Connect to confirm the connection to PancakeSwap. Trust Wallet will now be connected to PancakeSwap.

Enabled DApp Using UniSwap

If you want to enable DApps on iOS with Trust Wallet, you can use WalletConnect with UniSwap.

Connect Trust Wallet With UniSwap > Tap on Connect Wallet at the center > Select WalletConnect > Select Trust > Tap on Connect to confirm the connection with UniSwap.

Step 1: Open UniSwap

Open your Safari browser and go to the UniSwap website. Then tap on Connect Wallet which is at the center of the screen

Step 2: Select WalletConnect

From the option, select WalletConnect from the list and tap on Trust from the  WalletConnect option.

Step 3: Tap Connect

Trust Wallet app will notify you that UniSwap wants to connect to your wallet.

Tap on Connect to confirm the connection to UniSwap. Trust Wallet will now be connected to UniSwap.

Connect To DApp With Trust Wallet Using WalletConnect.

If you want to connect any DApp with Trust Wallet, you can use WalletConnect. The protocol is compatible with many DApp.

Since you don’t have the DApp browser on iOS for the Trust Wallet app, you can use the feature QR code with any DApp.

Connect Trust Wallet With DApp > Tap on Setting at the bottom right > Select WalletConnect > Tap New Connection > Scan QR code of DApp.

Step 1: Open Trust Wallet

Open the Trust Wallet app on your iPhone or iPad device and go to the app Settings by tapping Settings in the bottom right corner.

Step 2: Select WalletConnect

From the Settings option, tap on WalletConnect, and now tap on New Connection.

From here you’ll be able to connect to any DApp by just scanning the QR code. To make this happen.

Go to any DApp on your computer, tap on the “Connect” or “Connect Wallet” button, select WalletConnect and tap on the QR Code section.

Now go to your Trust Wallet and head over to WalletConnect to scan the QR Code.

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How To Enable DApp Browser On Android Device

It is not easy to use DApp on an iOS device, but if you’re using an Android device you can easily enable DApps from the app settings.

Enable DApps Browser on Trust Wallet > Tap on Settings at the bottom right > Tap Preference > Tap DApp > Enable DApps on Trust Wallet.

Step 1: Open Trust Wallet

Open the Trust Wallet app on your Android phone, and make sure you’re on the account you want to use with the DApps.

Step 2: Tap Settings

Now, tap on Settings which is at the bottom right corner of the navigation bar. Then tap on Preferences.

Step 3: Enable DApp

From the Preference page, tap on DApp and then enable DApp on Trust Wallet. Once you do this, the DApp browser will be available to use on Android.

From the bottom navigation bar, you’ll see the DApp browser section. It’s that simple if you’re using an Android device.

Conclusion

If you’re seriously wanting to enable your Trust Wallet browser for DApp you can easily do so with Android, that’s one of the reasons I like the Android OS, do anything you like [this is what freedom looks like].

On Android, you can easily enable the DApps browser from the Trust Wallet app settings and do your thing.

Using DApp is one of the popularity of Trust Wallet, but Apple decided to cut that with their App Store guidelines. If you’re using an iPhone you’re not allowed to use the DApp browser on Trust.

The new Apple App Store guidelines don’t allow the DApp browser, that’s the reason it isn’t available on the Trust Wallet app again.

If you want to enable the DApp browser and use Trust Wallet, you can do so with PancakeSwap and UniSwap by using WalletConnect.

Since it’s now difficult for iPhone users with Trust Wallet to use DApp, you can use the WalletConnect feature on the app to connect to any DApp.

With this approach by Apple on DApp, who knows what the future holds, maybe there’ll bring back the option to allow developers to include DApp.

If you don’t want stress you can easily get an Android device and use it with your iPhone device.

And you should know that the DApp browser on Trust Wallet for iOS is not working again, you can’t change it. Use the WalletConnect.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does iPhone Trust Wallet have DApp?

As of now, the Trust Wallet app on iOS doesn’t include the DApp browser, this is because of the new Apple App Store guidelines. But you’ll still be able to use DApp on Trust Wallet using one of the methods above.

Can you get DApp on iPhone?

Yes, you’ll be able to get DApp on your iPhone again. You’ll be able to use different options and use DApp with Trust Wallet, but there’s no way directly from the app.

Is the DApp browser removed from iOS on Trust Wallet?

Yes, the DApp was completely removed on the iOS device on Trust Wallet as of June 2021 to comply with the App Store guidelines.

Why doesn’t my Trust Wallet have DApp?

If your Trust Wallet doesn’t have DApp it means that you’re using an iOS device. This is because of the new Apple App Store guidelines that restrict app developers from including the DApp feature on their app. Android users don’t have any issues using DApp on their phones.

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