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    Litewallet iOS Latest Version Now Released on App Store

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    Litecoin (LTC) enthusiasts have got a reason to rejoice with the latest update recently passed across to the community members.

    LiteWallet, the official mobile Wallet of the Litecoin Foundation, created by Charlie Lee, the founder of Litecoin, has just announced the release of the iOS latest version of the mobile wallet on the App store.

    LiteWallet hinted this new development via its official Twitter handle a few minutes ago. The report also assured the Android users of the upcoming version 1.18.0 as developers are still working on it.

    Litewallet shared thus, “The latest is iOS version is out now in the App Store! Android Users! Do not despair. We are working hard on a new release (v1.18.0). Please tell your friends and family to check out Litewallet!”

    Meanwhile, the beta version of the app was tested using TestFlight a couple of days ago, in which the interested users accepted an email or public link invitation from the developers with a suitable device for the test.

    The eventual release of the new iOS version of LiteWallet in a matter of days after the test implies that the testing process went as expected. This reveals the hard work and perfect job from the team of developers behind the successful release of the mobile app.

    About Litewallet

    Litewallet is the first mobile wallet invented for iOS and other mobile Operating Systems (OS). It’s specifically built with a focus on accessibility, security, and simplicity.

    As aforementioned, Litewallet was the result of the hard work of the Litecoin Foundation, and it’s actually serving its purpose by making getting along with Litecoin (LTC) easier.




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