With the launch of the customer LND for the main bitcoin network, many developers began to create needed to use Lightning Network infrastructure. Thus, there are applications for operating systems iOS and Android.

People and companies all over the world are building apps and lightning wallets. Here’s yet another #bitcoin wallet lightning. This one is for iOS. 👇⚡https://t.co/N0XZXFGf4b pic.twitter.com/UdtrhaPjd9

— A v B ⚡ (@ArminVanBitcoin) 3 Jun 2018

Think LND Wallet allows you to send and receive bitcoins, view transaction details and characteristics of the channel, to open new channels and create deposits in Lightning wallet. The developer is firm Union7 Labs, Inc.

This new #bitcoin wallet lightning coming for iOS is … Wow! 🤯👇⚡https://t.co/b6a4JXPW66 pic.twitter.com/hwji3ydOLz

— A v B ⚡ (@ArminVanBitcoin) 3 Jun 2018

Another wallet for iOS called Swift Lightning is in beta testing.

Introducing “Bitcoin Wallet Lightning”. You can now send and receive #bitcoin over lightning. ⚡ #LightningNetwork https://t.co/qyozvtShCr pic.twitter.com/SNKZrsa2GV

— A v B ⚡ (@ArminVanBitcoin) 3 Jun 2018

In Google Play there are also two wallet — Bitcoin Wallet and Lightning Lightning’s Atom Wallet.

We will remind, last week the number of the Lightning channels in the network of bitcoin has surpassed 7000.

Previously appeared in Google Play Eclair wallet from blockchain startup ACINQ with Protocol support Lightning.