Bridge Wallet is a non-custodial Bitcoin and Ethereum wallet. It lists by default the most common assets of these two blockchains, however you can manually add any ERC-20 token that you wish to the Currencies and Assets tabs. This guide shows you how.
If not done yet, download Bridge Wallet, install it on your phone and then launch it.
Once you are on the app's main screen, click on "Add a Currency" in the Currencies tab or "Add an Asset" in the Assets tab. You are free to choose in which tab you want to add a token.
You will need to find the contract address of the token by going to its etherscan.io page. In this example, we find Uniswap's UNI token contract address.
Always double check that you are on the correct token page and not on a fake one by ensuring that the contract address is the same as the one shown on the token issuer's website.
Paste or scan the contract address, then click the Add button.
You will now see the token appear in your wallet with your current balance. You can now use Bridge Wallet to send, receive and exchange that token from your cellphone.
You can remove tokens that you have manually added at any time.