It was recently noted that Circle Internet Financial had mobile applications for iOS and Android in the works. In fact, the Boston-based company demonstrated their mobile applications in London last month, but we haven’t really gotten a good look at the Android version of the app.
Until today. Kind of.
Nat Tarbox, Product Designer at Circle, posted an image this week offering users a very tiny glimpse as to what they can expect the Android version of the app to look like.
Here it is:
It’s certainly got something in common with the Circle website, and that’s that it looks clean and spiffy.
Many users have complimented Circle’s appearance and ease of use, but since making a public launch, the product has been criticized by some users for issues many would consider to be “growing pains” in a start-up.
Either way, Circle is doing some fascinating things, and the likelihood is that the issues folks are complaining about will be resolved at some point or another.
No surprise here, these applications are highly-anticipated at this point. Many users want the freedom of managing their bitcoin wallets on the go. Unfortunately, Circle hasn’t exactly made it clear as to which date the apps will be released, though they are expected to be available by the end of the year.