Trust Wallet’s DApp browser lets you use distributed applications like PancakeSwap.

For Android devices, the DApp browser is available in the app after downloading it.

You will find it lower navigation bar application.

So if you’re using an Android device, you don’t need to turn it on manually.

However, if you are using an iPhone / iOS device, the DApp browser will not be available to you automatically.

Instead, you have to enable it manually use distributed applications.

Otherwise, you cannot use PancakeSwap or Uniswap to change accounts.

In this guide, you will learn how to enable the DApp browser in Trust Wallet, what DApps are, and whether to remove the DApp browser from iOS.

How to enable DApp browser in Trust Wallet

To enable the DApp browser in Trust Wallet, first open a browser such as Safari.

Once in your browser, paste this into the URL field “trust: // browser_enable”.

After pasting “trust: // browser_enable” into the URL field, look for it.

A pop-up message will then open asking you to open the page in the Trust Wallet.

Here is the full pop-up message: “Open this page in Trust?”.

Finally, tap “Open” open the page in Trust Wallet.

This will enable the DApp browser Trust Wallet.

You can navigate to it by tapping the “Browser” icon at the bottom of the app.

If you did not manually enable the DApp browser in the Trust Wallet, you will not see the Browser icon.

Here’s how to enable the DApp browser in Trust Wallet:

1. Open a browser

The first step is to open a browser.

Since you are using an iPhone / iOS device, it is highly recommended that you open Safari.

You can also open a browser like Chrome.

However, you may experience some issues when enabling the DApp browser through Chrome.

For example, the Chrome browser may not prompt you to open a page in Trust Wallet.

As a result, you cannot enable the DApp browser.

Therefore, Safari is a better choice because you will not face any problems.

In the first place open the Safari browser on your device.

If you can’t find it, swipe down from the center of the screen to find “Safari” and open it.

The next step is to paste the phrase into your browser’s URL field.

2. Paste this into the URL field “trust: // browser_enable

How to enable DApp browser in Trust Wallet

After tapping “Safari”, you’ll get to your last opened tab.

At the top of Safari, you’ll see a search bar.

For iPhone / iOS devices, you need to append a phrase to enable the DApp browser.

The expression is “trust: // browser_enable”, which enables the DApp browser in the Trust Wallet.

Connect firsttrust: // browser_enable“In the Safari URL field.

Then search for the phrase by hitting “go.”

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After searching for the phrase, a pop-up window will open.

A pop-up message prompts you to open the page in the Trust Wallet.

Here is the full pop-up message: “Open this page in Trust?”.

The pop-up message has two options, such as “Cancel” and “Open.”

Do not tap “Cancel” as you will need to search for the word again.

Instead, tap “Open” open the page in Trust Wallet.

3. Navigate to the DApp application you want to use

After tapping Open, the Trust Wallet opens.

In addition, the DApp browser is enabled in the application.

Now that you’ve enabled the DApp browser, you’ll see it in the navigation bar at the bottom confidence in Wallet.

The DApp browser appears as the “Browser” icon.

If you did not enable the DApp browser, you will not see the “Browser” icon at the bottom of the application.

You can open the DApp browser tap the “Browser” icon in the navigation bar at the bottom.

You will then land in the DApp browser, which contains several distributed applications.

Scroll down until you do find a distributed application which you want to use.

For example, to use PancakeSwap, scroll down until you find PancakeSwap and tap it.

PancakeSwap is located under the Favorite heading.

Then you can exchange tokens on the stock exchange.

But first you need to connect the Trust Wallet to the exchange.

You can then use the BNB to change another ID.

You have successfully learned to implement the DApp browser in Trust Wallet!

What are in the DApps Trust Wallet?

Trust Wallet DApps stands for Distributed Applications.

The DApp browser is a Web3 browser that allows you to access distributed applications such as PancakeSwap.

If you are using an iPhone / iOS device, you must enable it manually.

In PancakeSwap, you can exchange tokens like BNB for Safemoon.

The DApp browser provides a user-friendly and secure connection between you and the distributed application.

Its interface is responsive to a mobile phone and easy to use.

The list of distributed applications is limited, but Trust Wallet is gradually expanding it.

This is because their goal is to distort a community of distributed applications which anyone can use.

Trust Wallet works with developers to provide the best experience for users.

Has the DApp browser been removed from iOS Trust Wallet?

As of June 2021, the DApp browser has been completely removed from iOS devices in the Trust Wallet.

This must follow the instructions in the App Store in order for Trust Wallet to continue to provide its services to you.

Your money and collectibles is still available from you.

Unfortunately, removing the DApp browser is mandatory in future updates to Trust Wallet.

If you are using an Android device, this will not affect you.

However, if you are using an iOS device, you will need to use an alternative solution to use DApps.

First, you can use an Android device to access the Trust Wallet.

This is because the DApp browser is still running on Android devices.

Another way is to use WalletConnect to use DApps.

Conclusion

Setting up the DApp browser on an iPhone / iOS device can be tricky because it requires the use of a browser.

On the other hand, Android devices no need to enable DApp browser because it is automatically enabled in the application.

To access the DApp browser, tap the “Browser” icon at the bottom of the app.

You can then use distributed applications in the Trust Wallet, such as PancakeSwap and Uniswap.

Further reading

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