Native android lightning wallet for node operators focused on user experience and ease of use
Zap Android is not a classical wallet, it is actually a remote control for one or more of your LND Nodes. Zap Android aims to give node operators the opportunity to use their node in everyday situations with a simple and appealing user interface.
The easiest way to get started is using Umbrel to run LND on a raspberry pi and then connect Zap Android to that node.
- Manage multiple wallets/nodes
- Fiat currency prices
- Support for Bech32 and P2SH addresses
- BTC, mBTC, bit & Satoshi units
- Available in many languages
- LNURL support (pay, withdraw & channel)
- Send funds without an invoice (keysend)
- Send funds to lightning addresses (email like addresses)
- Transaction filter
- Read NFC tags
- Bitcoin only, no shitcoins!
Security & Privacy
- Tor support
- PIN protected access
- Scrambled PIN by default
- Protection against screen recording
- Option to hide total balance
- User guardian system (Zap warns users when they are about to perform potentially dangerous or privacy leaking actions)
- Reproducible build
- Channel Management
- Connect to remote Lnd node
- Connect to BTCPay Server
- Connect to lndconnect QR code
If you discover or learn about a potential error, weakness, or threat that can compromise the security of Zap, we ask you to keep it confidential and submit your concern directly to the Zap security team.
Zap Android is fully non-custodial. When using the app there is absolutely no interaction with any Zap team or service. We do not even know you are using our software.
A good product not only has good software tests but also checks the quality of the UX/UI. Putting ourselves in the shoes of a user is a very important design principle of Zap.
Hey! Do you like Zap? Awesome! We could actually really use your help!
Open source isn't just writing code. Zap could use your help with any of the following:
- Translating the app
- Finding (and reporting!) bugs
- New feature suggestions
- Answering questions on issues
- Documentation improvements
- Reviewing pull requests
- Helping to manage issue priorities
- Fixing bugs/new features
If any of that sounds cool to you, feel free to dive in! Open an issue or submit a pull request.
If you would like to help contribute to the project, please see the Contributing Guide
If you want to setup a testing environment, please see the Regtest Guide
And if you want to build the app yourself take a look at the Installation Guide
This project is open source under the MIT license, which means you have full access to the source code and can modify it to fit your own needs. See LICENSE for more information.
MIT © Jack Mallers