COZ has published the first formal version of Neon Wallet mobile, now available for Android and iOS devices on their respective app stores. Support for both Neo Legacy and Neo N3 is included in the release, though users will need the Desktop versions to migrate assets.
Users can manage multiple wallets or addresses, save contacts, and enable biometric access if set as the device default. Neon Wallet mobile can be used with any NEP-17 assets and provides a QR scanner for quickly sending tokens to an address or in order to save it as a watch account or contact.
Wallet backups are handled in BIP-39 form, giving Neon Wallet mobile users 12 secret words to securely record and store securely. These words can be used to recover an associated address should the need arise.
The original announcement can be read at the following link: