Poloniex, one of the longest-running US cryptocurrency exchanges, announced it has launched the first and only officially supported mobile application for iOS and Android. Clients of Poloniex who wish to use the app must generate an API key on the desktop site to trade on their mobile.

However, mobile trading is only available for owners of Apple devices, as per a blog post of Circle, the mobile payments application that acquired Poloniex several months ago.

For now, the owners of Android devices can only view real-time ticker updates on all markets, create alerts for price changes, view charts in different time intervals and designate and manage their favorite coins. Our check revealed that some Android users are already requesting the enabling of the trading option in the comments section in the Google Play store. Others are complaining that the app does not work at all for Indian users.

Despite Circle saying it has “big plans for this app” and to “to deliver the best possible experience across all platforms”, it is not yet clear when trading will be enabled for Android users. Instead, the company says it will focus its efforts on upgrading the mobile verification process.

So far, there have been only unofficial mobile applications that supported Poloniex released by third-party developers, such as Blockfolio, which also allows trading.

Poloniex, which was established in 2014, supports a portfolio of over 100 cryptocurrencies that can be traded against BTC, ETH, XMR or USDT, but not against fiat currencies. This February the Goldman Sachs-backed mobile payments application Circle acquired Poloniex for an undisclosed sum.