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There are many bitcoin wallet clients on android market. What is the best considering security, interoperability and usability?

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If you want to keep your private keys secret (on your phone, that is), I'd recommend

Bitcoin Wallet for Android

The app also does not imply any trust in single servers, as it manages the block chain on-device.

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so how much space does it take up when it has to download the bitcoin block chain data to get synchronized? – duckx Aug 27 '13 at 18:47
For future searchers: I installed the app, resynchronized and it didn't seem to take more than 200MB. I think it's only downloading 6 weeks worth of transactions. – Mendhak Oct 6 '14 at 18:10

I consider the Wallet Android App the best one on the market. It's no true client but an e-wallet but you can manage your own true wallets and addresses and your private keys are stored encrypted. The decryption happens on your phone.

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There are various factors that matter.

If you wish to use the same EWallet account from both the web as well as from the mobile, then mobile-only wallets would be excluded.

Also, since an EWallet service requires service from a back-end, availability can be a concern as well.

Here's a list of options:

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