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January 12, 2013, 08:48:07 PM
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Here you can find a list for the best Bitcoin Android apps and widget. I will update this post often with your suggestions.

Standalone wallet:
Bitcoin Wallet

Light wallet:
BitcoinSpinner
Electrum

Online wallet:
Blockchain.info

Offline wallet:
VisualBTC

Bitcoin wallet monitoring:
Bitcoin Wallet Balance

Miner monitoring:
Mine Watcher

Live ticker:
Bitcoinium (MtGox and Virtex)
Bitcoin Widget (MtGox, Camp BX, Bitfloor, Bitstamp and Crypto X Change)
Bitcoin Prices (Sourced from Bitcoincharts.com)
aCurrency (Phone)
aCurrency (Tablet)
Bitcoin Paranoid

News feed:
Bitcoin News

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SatoshiDICE (Tablet only)
SealsWithClubs
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No point in starting this without the actual wallet I guess:

Bitcoin Wallet for Android

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January 13, 2013, 02:15:44 AM
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I use Bitcoin Widget as a live ticker, and Bitcoin Wallet Ballance.  To watch the balance of my offlines.  I'll check out Bitcoinium, thanks.


Bitcoin Widget:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=st.brothas.mtgoxwidget&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsInN0LmJyb3RoYXMubXRnb3h3aWRnZXQiXQ..

Bitcoin Wallet Balance:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.phase.wallet&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsIm5ldC5waGFzZS53YWxsZXQiXQ..

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January 13, 2013, 03:13:34 AM
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Just installed the bitcoinium widget.  Much cleaner than the one I was using.

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January 13, 2013, 04:28:34 AM
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I think Strike Sapphire has a casino app.

Also, Seals with Clubs has a poker app in the works.

I think online poker is a great way to introduce people to bitcoin.  Especially all the free giveaway games to try out.

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January 13, 2013, 10:34:25 AM
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I do not have my cell phone with me but I had two that I checked constantly.

One was a Bitcoin price app and another had Bitcoin news. Basically an rss feed from somewhere.

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January 13, 2013, 02:57:43 PM
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I use Bitcoin Widget as a live ticker, and Bitcoin Wallet Ballance.  To watch the balance of my offlines.  I'll check out Bitcoinium, thanks.


Bitcoin Widget:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=st.brothas.mtgoxwidget&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsInN0LmJyb3RoYXMubXRnb3h3aWRnZXQiXQ..

Bitcoin Wallet Balance:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.phase.wallet&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsIm5ldC5waGFzZS53YWxsZXQiXQ..

Seconded, I've been using Bitcoin Widget and it has served its purpose reliably, I feel comfortable recommending it.  But Bitcoinium screenshots looks equivalent with some more features (plus ads, unfortunately?), I'll give it a try.

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January 13, 2013, 03:01:59 PM
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I think Strike Sapphire has a casino app.

Also, Seals with Clubs has a poker app in the works.

I think online poker is a great way to introduce people to bitcoin.  Especially all the free giveaway games to try out.
Do I need to open an account at StrikeSapphire to see their apps? I will add SealWithClubs once they are done.

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January 13, 2013, 03:25:40 PM
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I do not have my cell phone with me but I had two that I checked constantly.

One was a Bitcoin price app and another had Bitcoin news. Basically an rss feed from somewhere.
I've found Bitcoin News on this website: http://www.appszoom.com/android_applications/news_and_weather/bitcoin-news_bepnb.html

I don't know this site. Is-it safe? Original related thread link is invalid.

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January 13, 2013, 05:37:38 PM
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BitcoinSpinner
Thanks Holliday. And the link: BitcoinSpinner

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January 13, 2013, 05:40:47 PM
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I like the android version of Electrum

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January 13, 2013, 06:37:58 PM
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Don't forget the new v1.1 version of SatoshiDICE for Android Tablet (not for phones)

SatoshiDICE Android App
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According to the comments, Bitcoin Wallet Balance is pretty useless. Thoughts?

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January 14, 2013, 12:26:55 AM
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According to the comments, Bitcoin Wallet Balance is pretty useless. Thoughts?
That's only an address watcher. Great if you don't want to import the private key on your phone I guess...

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According to the comments, Bitcoin Wallet Balance is pretty useless. Thoughts?
That's only an address watcher. Great if you don't want to import the private key on your phone I guess...

That's what I use it for, but now I'm using the blockchain app which you can import a watch only address.

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According to the comments, Bitcoin Wallet Balance is pretty useless. Thoughts?
That's only an address watcher. Great if you don't want to import the private key on your phone I guess...
The comments say that the app doesnt show incoming transactions, only outgoing ones, which makes it pretty lacky in my eyes. Havent tried it yet, though.

That's what I use it for, but now I'm using the blockchain app which you can import a watch only address.
Nice feature. Unfortunately the playstore tells me that my htc Wildfire is not supported. I took a glimpse at it during my last Bitcoin tx in Argentina though. It looked a bid dull and didnt show how many confimations any given tx had (Bitcoin Spinner doesnt either though).

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January 15, 2013, 02:06:12 AM
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I use Spinner and Bitcoin widget.

I can only warn you to not install all the bitcoin wallpapers and gadgets out there as it might be some scammer waiting for the exploit to part you from you android wallet balance. actually even the open source apps are not save as you would have to compile them yourself to know they are based on the reviewed code.

I trust Spinner to some degree and the widget I compiled myself not for security concerns but because I wanted to patch it.

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I use Spinner and Bitcoin widget.

I can only warn you to not install all the bitcoin wallpapers and gadgets out there as it might be some scammer waiting for the exploit to part you from you android wallet balance. actually even the open source apps are not save as you would have to compile them yourself to know they are based on the reviewed code.

I trust Spinner to some degree and the widget I compiled myself not for security concerns but because I wanted to patch it.
I agree. I'm still reluctant to have any Bitcoin balance on my phone. You never know when a developer will push a rogue update.

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Mt.Gox Mobile hasn't updated for over year now and constantly crashes on my Nexus4. I don't think this app qualifies for the "best" Android app...
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According to the comments, Bitcoin Wallet Balance is pretty useless. Thoughts?
That's only an address watcher. Great if you don't want to import the private key on your phone I guess...
The comments say that the app doesnt show incoming transactions, only outgoing ones, which makes it pretty lacky in my eyes. Havent tried it yet, though.

That's what I use it for, but now I'm using the blockchain app which you can import a watch only address.
Nice feature. Unfortunately the playstore tells me that my htc Wildfire is not supported. I took a glimpse at it during my last Bitcoin tx in Argentina though. It looked a bid dull and didnt show how many confimations any given tx had (Bitcoin Spinner doesnt either though).
BitcoinSpinner does not show the number of confirmations as a number, but it displays transactions with less than 6 confirmations in grey, and unconfirmed transactions as "(unconfirmed)". Also, the front page shows "Coins on the way to you: XXX BTC" and "Coins you are sending: XXX BTC" if you have unconfirmed coins to/from your wallet.
My goal with BitcoinSpinner is not to make a tool for the tech savvy, but for average end users, so I try to distill the information into something more user friendly.

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Mt.Gox Mobile hasn't updated for over year now and constantly crashes on my Nexus4. I don't think this app qualifies for the "best" Android app...
My bad. I installed the app but did not really try it. Removed.

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Is anyone actually using those apps? I started a project for a simple phonegap app and looked for a collab, but it seems noone is interested in such kinda apps...  Sad
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I use Bitcoinium widget everyday to monitor MtGox and Virtex exchange rate.

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According to the comments, Bitcoin Wallet Balance is pretty useless. Thoughts?
That's only an address watcher. Great if you don't want to import the private key on your phone I guess...
The comments say that the app doesnt show incoming transactions, only outgoing ones, which makes it pretty lacky in my eyes. Havent tried it yet, though.

That's what I use it for, but now I'm using the blockchain app which you can import a watch only address.
Nice feature. Unfortunately the playstore tells me that my htc Wildfire is not supported. I took a glimpse at it during my last Bitcoin tx in Argentina though. It looked a bid dull and didnt show how many confimations any given tx had (Bitcoin Spinner doesnt either though).
BitcoinSpinner does not show the number of confirmations as a number, but it displays transactions with less than 6 confirmations in grey, and unconfirmed transactions as "(unconfirmed)". Also, the front page shows "Coins on the way to you: XXX BTC" and "Coins you are sending: XXX BTC" if you have unconfirmed coins to/from your wallet.
My goal with BitcoinSpinner is not to make a tool for the tech savvy, but for average end users, so I try to distill the information into something more user friendly.


I understand that. But recently while taking my phone to a face to face exchange of BTC for fiat, I found it quite bugging, that you couldnt tell how many confirmations have actually been done to your transaction. That way usability is largely reduced for daily exchanges and trades if both parties dont have time to wait for 6 confirms (like only a lunch break to spend), but dont want to jeopardize their money with 0-confirms either. A simple display of the number of confirms would alleviate such concerns a lot (maybe greyed out out or in advanced mode only,..)

To make it fool proof, you could also display the number of confirms with traffic lights (text displayed in brackets):

0 Confirm: Questionmark (unconfirmed, please wait)
1-2 Confs: Red light (1 confirmation save to spend if small amount of money) or (2 confirmations save to spend if small amount of money)
3-4 Confs: Yellow light (3 confirmations save to spend if medium amount of money) or (4 confirmations save to spend if medium amount of money)
5-6+ Confs: Green light (5 or more confirmations, Save to spend!)

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According to the comments, Bitcoin Wallet Balance is pretty useless. Thoughts?
That's only an address watcher. Great if you don't want to import the private key on your phone I guess...
The comments say that the app doesnt show incoming transactions, only outgoing ones, which makes it pretty lacky in my eyes. Havent tried it yet, though.

That's what I use it for, but now I'm using the blockchain app which you can import a watch only address.
Nice feature. Unfortunately the playstore tells me that my htc Wildfire is not supported. I took a glimpse at it during my last Bitcoin tx in Argentina though. It looked a bid dull and didnt show how many confimations any given tx had (Bitcoin Spinner doesnt either though).
BitcoinSpinner does not show the number of confirmations as a number, but it displays transactions with less than 6 confirmations in grey, and unconfirmed transactions as "(unconfirmed)". Also, the front page shows "Coins on the way to you: XXX BTC" and "Coins you are sending: XXX BTC" if you have unconfirmed coins to/from your wallet.
My goal with BitcoinSpinner is not to make a tool for the tech savvy, but for average end users, so I try to distill the information into something more user friendly.


I understand that. But recently while taking my phone to a face to face exchange of BTC for fiat, I found it quite bugging, that you couldnt tell how many confirmations have actually been done to your transaction. That way usability is largely reduced for daily exchanges and trades if both parties dont have time to wait for 6 confirms (like only a lunch break to spend), but dont want to jeopardize their money with 0-confirms either. A simple display of the number of confirms would alleviate such concerns a lot (maybe greyed out out or in advanced mode only,..)

To make it fool proof, you could also display the number of confirms with traffic lights (text displayed in brackets):

0 Confirm: Questionmark (unconfirmed, please wait)
1-2 Confs: Red light (1 confirmation save to spend if small amount of money) or (2 confirmations save to spend if small amount of money)
3-4 Confs: Yellow light (3 confirmations save to spend if medium amount of money) or (4 confirmations save to spend if medium amount of money)
5-6+ Confs: Green light (5 or more confirmations, Save to spend!)

In the settings I would just want a a checkbox "show confirmation count" that may be off by default, but in the end it's open source, so I'm sure a beautiful patch will get pulled happily Wink

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According to the comments, Bitcoin Wallet Balance is pretty useless. Thoughts?
That's only an address watcher. Great if you don't want to import the private key on your phone I guess...
The comments say that the app doesnt show incoming transactions, only outgoing ones, which makes it pretty lacky in my eyes. Havent tried it yet, though.

That's what I use it for, but now I'm using the blockchain app which you can import a watch only address.
Nice feature. Unfortunately the playstore tells me that my htc Wildfire is not supported. I took a glimpse at it during my last Bitcoin tx in Argentina though. It looked a bid dull and didnt show how many confimations any given tx had (Bitcoin Spinner doesnt either though).
BitcoinSpinner does not show the number of confirmations as a number, but it displays transactions with less than 6 confirmations in grey, and unconfirmed transactions as "(unconfirmed)". Also, the front page shows "Coins on the way to you: XXX BTC" and "Coins you are sending: XXX BTC" if you have unconfirmed coins to/from your wallet.
My goal with BitcoinSpinner is not to make a tool for the tech savvy, but for average end users, so I try to distill the information into something more user friendly.


I understand that. But recently while taking my phone to a face to face exchange of BTC for fiat, I found it quite bugging, that you couldnt tell how many confirmations have actually been done to your transaction. That way usability is largely reduced for daily exchanges and trades if both parties dont have time to wait for 6 confirms (like only a lunch break to spend), but dont want to jeopardize their money with 0-confirms either. A simple display of the number of confirms would alleviate such concerns a lot (maybe greyed out out or in advanced mode only,..)

To make it fool proof, you could also display the number of confirms with traffic lights (text displayed in brackets):

0 Confirm: Questionmark (unconfirmed, please wait)
1-2 Confs: Red light (1 confirmation save to spend if small amount of money) or (2 confirmations save to spend if small amount of money)
3-4 Confs: Yellow light (3 confirmations save to spend if medium amount of money) or (4 confirmations save to spend if medium amount of money)
5-6+ Confs: Green light (5 or more confirmations, Save to spend!)

In the settings I would just want a a checkbox "show confirmation count" that may be off by default, but in the end it's open source, so I'm sure a beautiful patch will get pulled happily Wink
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In the settings I would just want a a checkbox "show confirmation count" that may be off by default, but in the end it's open source, so I'm sure a beautiful patch will get pulled happily Wink
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Sad I guess I mentioned it before … I'm very surprised to see SVN. How do you do a pull request with SVN? Would you want a patch file and a revision number? Makes things more complicated, don't you think so?

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In the settings I would just want a a checkbox "show confirmation count" that may be off by default, but in the end it's open source, so I'm sure a beautiful patch will get pulled happily Wink
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Sad I guess I mentioned it before … I'm very surprised to see SVN. How do you do a pull request with SVN? Would you want a patch file and a revision number? Makes things more complicated, don't you think so?

It's not that complicated:
Get a copy of the code.
Make your change.
Send me a patch.

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In the settings I would just want a a checkbox "show confirmation count" that may be off by default, but in the end it's open source, so I'm sure a beautiful patch will get pulled happily Wink
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Sad I guess I mentioned it before … I'm very surprised to see SVN. How do you do a pull request with SVN? Would you want a patch file and a revision number? Makes things more complicated, don't you think so?

It's not that complicated:
Get a copy of the code.
Make your change.
Send me a patch.


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I didn't understand what you did with the preferences and would appreciate if you could explain it. Else I was happy it ran immediately after importing into my eclipse Smiley

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January 16, 2013, 03:18:30 PM
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If there are any bounties for BitcoinSpinner improvements (new preferences icons Wink, more intuitive UI (did you know there is an actually working address book? It's very well hidden and once you know how it works, it works, although very very slow), … I would look into it again Wink

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If there are any bounties for BitcoinSpinner improvements (new preferences icons Wink, more intuitive UI (did you know there is an actually working address book? It's very well hidden and once you know how it works, it works, although very very slow), … I would look into it again Wink

Hey Gizmo,

Thanks for the patch. I haven't looked into it in detail, but the screen shots look good. I'll dedicate some cycles to it tomorrow.

Regarding address book:
There is a huge Address Book button on the "Send" page, but it is disabled until you have addresses in it. I was under the impression that clicking the option button on the main page (and reveal the address book) was one of the first things a user would do on Android. Maybe I am wrong.
You mention that the address book is slow. What do you mean exactly? I have tested it on a pretty old Android 2.1 device, and to me it seems ultra fast.


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Thanks for the patch. I haven't looked into it in detail, but the screen shots look good. I'll dedicate some cycles to it tomorrow.
Ok, cool. Translations missing of course but else I guess I will use my version from now on.

Regarding address book:
There is a huge Address Book button on the "Send" page, but it is disabled until you have addresses in it. I was under the impression that clicking the option button on the main page (and reveal the address book) was one of the first things a user would do on Android. Maybe I am wrong.
Well, usage statistics (with opt in) could be one way to go. I would bet that not even half of those with more than 10 transactions have used this feature. The options button is kind of dying out. On later Androids, people are not used to press the options button that much. Maybe some options button on the main screen would get them to use it.

You mention that the address book is slow. What do you mean exactly? I have tested it on a pretty old Android 2.1 device, and to me it seems ultra fast.
When I start Spinner -> options -> address book -> add address -> 10s the list of recent receivers is empty. Later this list populates almost instantly.

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When I start Spinner -> options -> address book -> add address -> 10s the list of recent receivers is empty. Later this list populates almost instantly.
I see.
This is however only when you want to add someone to the address book by looking at your recent transactions, which is an uncommon operation. Opening the address book and sending coins should be much more frequent and also very fast.
The reason why adding someone from your recent transactions is slow initially is because BS has to fetch the list of recent transactions from the server side. The second time you do a lookup the server has the result handy in a cache.

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This is however only when you want to add someone to the address book by looking at your recent transactions, which is an uncommon operation. Opening the address book and sending coins should be much more frequent and also very fast.
Still the first experience for the user is that he can't do anything with the address book. I could change it such that the list of (unlabeled) recent transactions gets displayed under the known addresses with loading visualized with a spinner. At least the spinner should be integrated in the "recent transactions" activity.

The reason why adding someone from your recent transactions is slow initially is because BS has to fetch the list of recent transactions from the server side. The second time you do a lookup the server has the result handy in a cache.
That's what I thought. No reason to not cache these permanently so they can be loaded from the device (and updated from the server if this is necessary at all).

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If it hasn't been mentioned already aCurrency supports BTC now.
For those interested in tracking currency pairs and historical charts.

Phone version:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.a0soft.gphone.aCurrency

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Updated.

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I will add SealWithClubs once they are done.



App is in public beta at https://sealswithclubs.eu/android-app
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When I start Spinner -> options -> address book -> add address -> 10s the list of recent receivers is empty. Later this list populates almost instantly.
I see.
This is however only when you want to add someone to the address book by looking at your recent transactions, which is an uncommon operation. Opening the address book and sending coins should be much more frequent and also very fast.
The reason why adding someone from your recent transactions is slow initially is because BS has to fetch the list of recent transactions from the server side. The second time you do a lookup the server has the result handy in a cache.

How are the cycles doing?

Hmm, … I want others working on spinner to at least have a chance to find this so as you can't do pull requests in SVN (or can you?), I will put the patch into an issue.

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App to monitor miners (Bitcoin.cz and PolMine.pl - BtcGuild in next update (also with new look, and support of Android <3.0))

Mine Watcher
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It allows to:
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  • Notify if speed drops below some threshold (custom interval of checking in background).
  • Present data in form of nice charts.
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I had offered a bounty for a couple of features to be added to BitcoinSpinner. Namely, the ability to manually set transaction fees (even under "advanced options"). But most importantly, the ability to nominate in mBTC and uBTC.

BitcoinSpinner is by far the best bitcoin android app right now. It's the first thing I install on people's phones when talking about bitcoin. And Bitcoin Paranoid is also an excellent ticker right in your notifications. Also, I have a shortcut to preev.com, a very simple and useful exchange rate calculator.

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Can you add our offline wallet: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cayennegraphics.visualbtc ? It's a truly offline solution, all communication is done via animated QR codes. Server side is just a webpage in a browser (using HTML5 and JavaScript to read the animated QR codes and post the transaction to the Bitcoin network).

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Hi WiW,

I had offered a bounty for a couple of features to be added to BitcoinSpinner. Namely, the ability to manually set transaction fees (even under "advanced options"). But most importantly, the ability to nominate in mBTC and uBTC.

BitcoinSpinner is by far the best bitcoin android app right now. It's the first thing I install on people's phones when talking about bitcoin. And Bitcoin Paranoid is also an excellent ticker right in your notifications. Also, I have a shortcut to preev.com, a very simple and useful exchange rate calculator.

can you please repeat your offer? Most likely I will be available to hack this for you.
Please be very precise about what should happen for cases where the user has to pay a fee (dust), the transaction can't be sent even with a fee (650Satoshi? Is that fine dust then?) and the transaction would be processed faster with fee.
The mBTC, uBTC one should be the easy part but also has to be reflected throughout the app. It makes no sense to enter values in mɃ and the transaction history shows Ƀ.

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Hi WiW,

can you please repeat your offer? Most likely I will be available to hack this for you.
Please be very precise about what should happen for cases where the user has to pay a fee (dust), the transaction can't be sent even with a fee (650Satoshi? Is that fine dust then?) and the transaction would be processed faster with fee.
The mBTC, uBTC one should be the easy part but also has to be reflected throughout the app. It makes no sense to enter values in mɃ and the transaction history shows Ƀ.

Apart from the automatic fee settings (where the app determines what the recommended fee is, currently pretty large), be able (through advanced options/settings) to determine:
- Manual (nominal) input
- % of transaction
- $ or BTC / Kbyte

And yes, the values (Ƀ/mɃ) need to be reflected throughout the entire app.

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Hi WiW,

can you please repeat your offer? Most likely I will be available to hack this for you.
Please be very precise about what should happen for cases where the user has to pay a fee (dust), the transaction can't be sent even with a fee (650Satoshi? Is that fine dust then?) and the transaction would be processed faster with fee.
The mBTC, uBTC one should be the easy part but also has to be reflected throughout the app. It makes no sense to enter values in mɃ and the transaction history shows Ƀ.

Apart from the automatic fee settings (where the app determines what the recommended fee is, currently pretty large), be able (through advanced options/settings) to determine:
- Manual (nominal) input
- % of transaction
- $ or BTC / Kbyte

And yes, the values (Ƀ/mɃ) need to be reflected throughout the entire app.

This is a request, not an offer. How much would you pledge for that?

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This is a request, not an offer. How much would you pledge for that?

Ah, I see what you mean.

I personally will donate 100 milies if/when these features show, regardless if they were because of my request or not. I understand this is not a very enticing amount, but if I'm not alone, perhaps I can help.

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Hi. I am posting for someone else. Please check this link out and pm the op if you have any questions. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=352896

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Check out ZeroBlock on Android.  Our iOS app is the most reviewed and highest rated app in the Apple app store! 

http://mobile.zeroblock.com/
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Check out ZeroBlock on Android.  Our iOS app is the most reviewed and highest rated app in the Apple app store! 

http://mobile.zeroblock.com/

I'm currently using it an loving it, but its a little slow to load. You should have an option that will send a push notification (iPhone) every x seconds or x minutes with the current price on the exchange of choice. I used to have an app for that on android but miss it now!

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How about Mycelium? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mycelium.wallet&hl=en

Hands down the best wallet, IMHO!! Love the cold storage feature, and the ability to do partial spends of paper wallets!

I would like to offer 3rd party escrow services for anyone who needs them for almost any of your Cryptocurrency trading needs. Since I am new to this, I will be charging no fees. PM me here, or email me at loureed218@use.startmail.com
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How about Mycelium? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mycelium.wallet&hl=en

Hands down the best wallet, IMHO!! Love the cold storage feature, and the ability to do partial spends of paper wallets!

I was just thinking to post to propose Mycelium too. Grin Being the "successor" of BitcoinSpinner, i think the latter could be removed from the list.

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How about Mycelium? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mycelium.wallet&hl=en

Hands down the best wallet, IMHO!! Love the cold storage feature, and the ability to do partial spends of paper wallets!

+1
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We recently released CoinBox, and Android light client for BitCoin Point of Sale uses:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.coinbox

It makes it easier to accept Bitcoin in a business scenario. Major features:

- Payments directly to your Bitcoin address, instant notification on payment, # confirmations
- Native currency support, automatic conversion
- Items list, as well as receipts
- Automatic discounts, taxes
- Accept Credit cards or cash (if Bitcoin fails)

If anyone has feedback, feel free to send a PM.

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How about Mycelium? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mycelium.wallet&hl=en

Hands down the best wallet, IMHO!! Love the cold storage feature, and the ability to do partial spends of paper wallets!

Yes!
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best app ever.

I think so, this is hands down the best app for iphone and soon to be the best for android (once some additional features are added). Time to update the list.

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best app ever.

I think so, this is hands down the best app for iphone and soon to be the best for android (once some additional features are added). Time to update the list.

Does it hold the secret keys in the app or are they held by the ZeroBlock servers? Does any one know?
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There are also bitcoin miners on android smartphones that I think should be added because it is an app and you haven't listed the category yet.

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the fact that you missed this is quite sad.

best app ever.

I think so, this is hands down the best app for iphone and soon to be the best for android (once some additional features are added). Time to update the list.

Does it hold the secret keys in the app or are they held by the ZeroBlock servers? Does any one know?


Its not a wallet. It grabs the btc price as well as block info.

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Hi guys, did you also try this?

Bitcoin Exchange Rate monitors exchange rates for Bitcoin, Bitcoin account, mining pools .
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.msd.bitcoin.exchange.rate.google

★Exchange rates
• exchange rates: EUR, GBP, JPY, RUB, USD, AUD, CAD, CHF, CNY
• price of last Bitcoin trade (sorted by LAST)
• lowest Bitcoin price in last 24 hours
• highest Bitcoin price in last 24 hours
• application shows last 24 values in table and in graph (tap on source in table/tap on Bitcoin to go back)
• application shows last 30 days in table and in graph (tap on source in table/tap on Bitcoin to go back)
• graph shows average exchange rate on home screen (last 24 values)
• each exchange has own history (last 24 values or 30 days) with graph
• 2 colors for widgets (black/white)
• notification bar

★Bitcoin accounts balance
• shows Bitcoin account balance
• shows Bitcoin in current exchange rate
• unlimited number of accounts supported

★Bitcoin mining pool rate and reward
• supported pools: 50BTC, BTC Guild, BTC Mine, DeepBit, Eclipse, Mt.Red, Slush’s
• shows Bitcoin pool rate (current and last 24 values)
• shows Bitcoin pool reward (current and last 24 values)
• graph shows sum of mining (last 24 values)
• 2 colors for widgets (black/white)

★Notification bar
• shows current exchange rate for selected currency
• shows if Bitcoin price grow or fall
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Litecoin Widget has over 30000 installs. Don't let the name fool you, it supports over 100 different coins (including bitcoin, of course!) across 19 (and counting) exchanges.
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My creation:
FluxBitcoin Widget features a Sony Smartwatch 2 extension and both in the widget and on the watch you get latest rates of 4 exchanges (currently Bitstamp, MtGox, Huobi and BTC-China)

Edit: … and it's open source of course. Talking of that: Please, if you go through this list and try out the widgets and stuff, don't just judge based on the developer claiming to have it open-sourced. "Nobody" uses the source version, so a trustworthy app is not an open source app but an app that you can punch the developer in the face if he robs you. Open source only helps people that actually can code.

Edit 2: Yeah, in theory open source helps the rest, too as a more trustworthy person could cheaply provide a more trusted binary and people in general might be able to monitor the binary but open source does not equal save to install from google play.

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I am using the android blockchain app which you can import  watch only addresses.
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What do you think?

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.donothingloop.bitcoinmarkets
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This is actually a pretty cool app! It would be great if you could get notifications ever x seconds with the price!

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I recommend Bitcoin Checker (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mobnetic.coinguardian).
It shows prices for all different coins from many different exchanges (Vircurex, Cryptsy, MtGox, BTC-e, Bitstamp, coinmarket.io and much more). It also has an alarm function (e.g. you can set it up to ring when the rate exceeds x $/BTC) and even a TTS (it automatically announces the course all X minutes per text-to-speech-engine. There's also a widget and best of it, you can put the rates you need most permanently in the notification bar.
I think it's a great app, fast, easy and feature-rich.

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I recommend Bitcoin Checker (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mobnetic.coinguardian).
It shows prices for all different coins from many different exchanges (Vircurex, Cryptsy, MtGox, BTC-e, Bitstamp, coinmarket.io and much more). It also has an alarm function (e.g. you can set it up to ring when the rate exceeds x $/BTC) and even a TTS (it automatically announces the course all X minutes per text-to-speech-engine. There's also a widget and best of it, you can put the rates you need most permanently in the notification bar.
I think it's a great app, fast, easy and feature-rich.

Just downloaded it. Thanks.
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This is actually a pretty cool app! It would be great if you could get notifications ever x seconds with the price!

Thanks for the feedback Smiley What do you think about a sticky notification?
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This is actually a pretty cool app! It would be great if you could get notifications ever x seconds with the price!

Thanks for the feedback Smiley What do you think about a sticky notification?

Im not sure what you mean by "sticky notification", but bitcoin paranoid sends out a notification every x seconds (the same type of notification you get when you receive an email). I really love that app, but if you could make it sexier I wouldnt mind switching over!

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This is actually a pretty cool app! It would be great if you could get notifications ever x seconds with the price!

Thanks for the feedback Smiley What do you think about a sticky notification?

Im not sure what you mean by "sticky notification", but bitcoin paranoid sends out a notification every x seconds (the same type of notification you get when you receive an email). I really love that app, but if you could make it sexier I wouldnt mind switching over!

Will be supported in the next release which should be avaliable on Google Play Store in about an hour Smiley
The good thing about the BitMarkets app is that the notifications are live updated and do not require to update in specific time periods.
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This is actually a pretty cool app! It would be great if you could get notifications ever x seconds with the price!

Thanks for the feedback Smiley What do you think about a sticky notification?

Im not sure what you mean by "sticky notification", but bitcoin paranoid sends out a notification every x seconds (the same type of notification you get when you receive an email). I really love that app, but if you could make it sexier I wouldnt mind switching over!

Will be supported in the next release which should be avaliable on Google Play Store in about an hour Smiley

Wow, that was quick... Cant wait!

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Ok, thanks for letting us know. It would be great to have either some way to let people know that this thread is not worth their time or to have transparent rules of what may be posted or what not.

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Hi, I've just published a bitcoin widget, nothing fancy, the goal was to do something a little more good looking and less boring than the others. Plus you've got latest news by clicking on it.

       Cool Bitcoin Widget

Any feedback welcome as I'm planning an update to add exchanges platform.

Thanks !
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Hi, I've just published a bitcoin widget, nothing fancy, the goal was to do something a little more good looking and less boring than the others. Plus you've got latest news by clicking on it.

       Cool Bitcoin Widget

Any feedback welcome as I'm planning an update to add exchanges platform.

Thanks !
Feedback: Your link doesn't work  Wink
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:facepalm:

Haha thank you Jan, I'm gonna edit my post...
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Check out this Bitcoin Game I created for Android Phone.
Let me know if there are any errors.
It's still in Beta testing.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B00b0fnj6k21SWNKQjc5TmFKVlk/edit?usp=sharing

Here's the Shortcut link to download this Bitcoin App.
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