Uniswap, the largest decentralised cryptocurrency exchange in the world in terms of total trading volume, has introduced a beta version of its Android wallet application.

Android users can now access the app, which was previously only available on PC and iOS devices. It will be made available for download on the Google Play Store after testing.

The application enables users to choose different cryptocurrencies on various networks. It automatically identifies the network on which a particular cryptocurrency exists and seamlessly switches to that network without requiring any action from the user.

At present, the app can only be utilised on networks such as Polygon, Arbitrum, Optimism, Base, and BNBChain, with plans to incorporate additional networks into the app in the future.

The wallet app includes a feature designed to prevent front-running and sandwich attacks by routing Ethereum transactions through a private pool. It is also capable of detecting transfer fees associated with most cryptocurrencies and displaying this information to the user.

Uniswap has revealed its intention to release the open-source code for the application in the coming weeks.