Choose a reputable wallet app 

Ensure that you choose a reputable and trustworthy BTC wallet app that has a strong track record of security and reliability.  

Enable two-factor authentication (2FA) 

Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security to your BTC wallet by requiring a second factor, such as a code or fingerprint 

Use a strong and unique password 

Use a strong and unique password for your BTC wallet that is difficult for others to guess. Avoid using the same password for multiple accounts. 

Backup your wallet 

Backup your wallet regularly and store the backup in a secure location that is not easily accessible to others. 

Keep your wallet software up-to-date 

Ensure that you always use the latest version of your BTC wallet app and keep your device's operating system and security software up-to-date. 

Use a hardware wallet 

Consider using a hardware wallet for your BTC holdings, which is a physical device that stores your private keys and provides an extra layer of security. 

Keep your private keys safe 

Your private keys are the key to your BTC holdings, so make sure to keep them safe and secure. Do not share your private keys with anyone 

Use a VPN 

Consider using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) when accessing your BTC wallet app to encrypt your connection and protect your privacy. 

Be cautious of phishing scams 

Beware of phishing scams that attempt to trick you into revealing your login credentials or private keys. 

Don't store large amounts on your mobile wallet 

Consider using a more secure hardware wallet or a cold storage solution for storing large amounts of BTC.